What to do | BASEL

TRANSPORTATION

To get around the city with public transportation you can use:

BVB (Basler Verkehrs-Betriebe) – Basel public transportation
the website provides time tables and connections available to get around the city and you can also buy tickets on the website if needed (mobile Android & iOS)

Uber is also available in Switzerland

FOOD

Basel Cheap Eats on TripAdvisor.

Our personal favourite tibits

Best kebap in town (open till late hours) Star Grill

Namamen – Japanese Ramenbar – Namamen Website (19-25CHF for a delicious! big bowl of noodle soup with veggies and meat/fish/tofu)
http://namamen.ch/index.de.html
Cheap (for Switzerland) and european taste asian food (big portion main dish starts around CHF13)

http://www.misterwong.ch/filialen/basel.php
Such a great choice. Have been there for lunch during the week, not yet on a Saturday. Some Food stalls are open on Saturday evening, therefore check opening hours before going!

http://www.altemarkthalle.ch/anbieter/
(the one’s I have tasted food and coffee from are: Vegiman, Fish&Chips, Cool Beans Bäckerei)

Two favourites for sushi (also vegetarian sushi!):
http://www.yoojis.com/menukarte (around 12.90 to 25 CHF to have eaten enough)
https://www.negishi.ch/ (around 17-31 CHF per portion, depends on how luxurious a dish you order)

Quick Subway-Sandwiches with lots of stuff inside, a bit pricey:
http://www.sandwiches-basel.ch/de/produktuebersicht

Great option for lunch during the week, might be a bit pricier in the evening, lunch is around 18-25CHF, mainly spanish/mexican/argentine dishes:
http://tapadera.ch/restaurant-tapadera

Food ok-ish, lots of space in the restaurant:
http://www.ziczac.ch/ (Burgers 20.90-28.50 CHF, Main courses 16.60-37.50 CHF)

THINGS TO DO IN BASEL

https://www.lonelyplanet.com/switzerland/basel/top-things-to-do/a/poi/360825

ALL FOR FREE

http://www.express.co.uk/travel/shortbreaks/572202/Top-10-free-things-to-do-Basel