Postcard from Basel // Switzerland 🇨🇭


Switzerland is a country of four languages, great watches, phenomenal chocolate and delicatessen cheeses,  beautiful landscapes, medieval cities, urban culture and art. But also very interesting colorful carnivals and amazing museums. Not to forget the beautiful Alps and lakes and the breathtaking nature. This country is one of the most developed and richest countries in Europe  and there are many interesting things to visit, visit and to try.
 My favorite destination in Switzerland is the third Swiss city - Basel. Although it lacks the gilding and splendor of Zurich, the magic of Geneva, in many ways Basel is more sophisticated than these cities and very interesting. A pocket-sized metropolis has a lot to offer. The combination of a vibrant city center with narrow cobbled streets in a romantic old town, world-class museums, historic buildings and splendid modern architecture skillfully blended into historic frames and outlines will not leave you indifferent. A city that you can walk on foot enjoying the old streets or quay along the Rhine River, finding surprises around every corner has well-regulated city transport so you can easily and effortlessly go from every corner to end of town and take a peek everywhere. Basel is home  of the pharmaceutical industry, the titans Novartis and Roche are situated here as well as many universities, this city is considered to be Switzerland's oldest university city (the university was opened in 1460).
Charming Basel is located in the Swiss territory between Germany and France on the Rhine (Dreiländereck) and hosts about 40 museums, including the Kunstmuseum globally known, the Beiler Foundation and the Tingueli Museum and Vitra Campus. Some settlements and parts of Basel also extend to the territories of these neighboring countries. Highlighted by the history and typical Swiss ambience of the order, if you scratch the surface you will find that this city is very interesting and fun because it is a multicultural and creative city, which makes it exciting for a wide range of travelers and everyone can find a sphere of interest for themselves. Thousands of art and architecture enthusiasts visit the world-renowned Art Basel Festival each year and enjoy art, exhibitions and workshops. And this January, the Museum Night marked a successful 20 years in Basel. Great art scene, watch and jewelry fairs (Basel World), art retrospectives as well as various other exhibitions and settings in the distinctive modern Basel fairgrounds (Basel Messe work by architects Herzog and de Meroa), fantastic food markets, the best theaters in Switzerland and the biggest carnival Fasnacht and sweet crunchy and  biscuits that can only be found in Basel (Basler Lackerli) are just some of the reasons why you should visit this city, and have made this city into the international tourist and artistic scene of the world. 
 Residents of Basel know how to celebrate the New Year with colorful fireworks rising every year from the banks of the Rhine while them are toasting to a fresh start with champagne. And then there are the traditional Christmas markets placed under lamps and decoration that looks like it came out of some fairytale or Disney movie. And you can try making a candles or buy some of the art piece for Christmas tree decorations. Amazing sight and a special experience.
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