Minotel Alfa

Address: Hauptstrasse 15, Basel, Basel, 4127, Switzerland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Hauptstrasse 15, Basel, is near Niesen.
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Travel Blogs from Basel

Basel, Switzerland

A travel blog entry by kansonthego on Oct 24, 2014

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... to Basel about 6 hours after our original arrival time. The good thing about this whole thing is that we managed to nap a little in the train, while watching rolling country sides. Since we are just staying two nights here, we decided to just go out and hit Marksplatz and Freie Strasse which is pretty much the market square. It is Friday afternoon and people are leaving work so the different trams and busses were pretty crowded. In Marksplatz we saw the City Hall, an ...

Switzerland, Basel and stotties

A travel blog entry by issywiz on May 29, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... with an English landlord and John had a pint of London Pride. The English connection would not stop there as at the station John bought a stottie cake.

We were impressed with the city which bordered 3 countries so very closely. There are not many places you can travel to 3 countries so easily in one day.

Switzerland accepts Euro notes but change is given in Swiss Francs. We returned to the station where we used up our change of ...

A day around Switzerland, literally!

A travel blog entry by laurenmcwilliam on Aug 10, 2013

We woke up this morning and got ready. Carlotta's dad took us to the train station where we got on and went to Lucerne, our first stop. It is the place which some people might have seen on postcards with the pretty bridge covered in flowers. It was really nice and we got lots of nice photos of the bridge, river and the swans which occupy the water. After that we had a little walk though there and caught a steam boat down the river and got off ...

Basel and Bern

A travel blog entry by alcambetsy on Oct 17, 2012

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... local delights. Basel bordering both France and Germany yield a town centre that is multilingual and when you approach a stall you don't know what language you are going to be greeted in. To get a feel for the town we randomly hop on a few of the trams and ride it to its terminus In absence of city tours this is not a bad way to see the city. As we are leaving Basle heading towards the Bahnof (train station) Camille spots ...


A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Sep 02, 2012

1 comment, 55 photos

... around. We then wandered up the street towards the lion monument. The guidebook said that it was a must see, if only because everyone would ask us if we had seen it when we said we’d been to Lucerne. So we headed up towards it and met several tour groups also making their way towards the statue. The lion is carved in to the side of the rock and is 22 feet long and 20 feet tall. The lion represents the Swiss mercenaries who were ...