Every country has fairs, but what is the Herbstmesse Autumn Fair like in Basel?
Basel’s Autumn Fair has grown and grown and now takes in five different locations across the city, each with a different flavour and rhythm. Back in 2003 and 2004 we reviewed each of the locations for you to give you an idea [...]
Posted: November 2nd, 2008 under Child Friendly, Eating Out, Entertainment, Information, Things To Do.
Tags: Barfusserplatz, Food, Herbstmesse, Kaserne, Messeplatz, Munsterplatz, Petersplatz
Tonight, Friday 19th September from 4pm until late, Basel University opens its doors with lots of free events along the lines of Museums Nacht, only with University and student involvement - which means live music too! Here are some highlights…
This article first appeared on 21st November 2004.
The Gundeldingen area of Basel (more usually know as the Gundeli) is, in my humble opinion, a great area to live in, but it’s possibly not for everyone. The area itself lies roughly between the Bahnhof SBB and rail lines to the North, Margarethen Park to the [...]
Posted: September 11th, 2008 under Neighbourhoods, Sport, Things To Do.
Tags: Bahnhof, Basel, Bowling, Dance, Eating Out, Food, Gundeli, Running, Shopping, Sport, St Jakob, Take Away, Tennis, Zoo
This article was originally published on 24th November 2004.
Basel Expats is nothing if not a community, and I am very grateful to two of our readers who have provided me with the basis for this article between them. Camilla Flowitt-Hill lives in Breite proper, while David Bergin lives further up the River Birs closer to [...]
Posted: September 10th, 2008 under Neighbourhoods.
Tags: Apartments, Basel, Breite, Food, Freies Gymnasium, Gellert, Ice Skating, ISB, Pizza, Restaurants, Rhine, River Birs, Shopping, St Jakob, Swimming, Thai