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Basel: Adventure Tour City Quiz in German

1. Basel: Adventure Tour City Quiz in German

The 3-hour Adventure Tour City Quiz game begins at the main rail station in Basel. Game cards will guide you through the old town as you solve tricky questions. At each stop, listen to interesting background information and stop when you like to take a break. If you particularly like a café or attraction along the route, you can stop at any time. Decide how long to spend at any of the stops. The A5-size game cards are packaged in a handy tin and easily fit in a bag. You’ll find the route accessible and suitable for prams or bicycles. There are tips on how to avoid the few steps along the route as well.

From Basel: Private Mount Rigi Tour and Lake Lucerne Cruise

2. From Basel: Private Mount Rigi Tour and Lake Lucerne Cruise

Discover Mount Rigi on a private guided trip from Basel. The classic round tour from Lucerne starts with a boat ride on Lake Lucerne, followed by a ride on a cogwheel train to Rigi Kulm. Return via Arth-Goldau to Lucerne by train. Your personal tour guide for the day will accompany you from the starting point and will show you the changing landscape and answers your questions about the country and its people. Discover a few places away from the tourist flow with the help of your guide. The Rigi (or Mount Rigi; also known as Queen of the Mountains) is a mountain massif of the Alps located in Central Switzerland. The whole massif is almost entirely surrounded by the water of three different lakes and a stunning view of the Alps.

Zermatt and Mt.Gornergrat Private Tour from Basel

3. Zermatt and Mt.Gornergrat Private Tour from Basel

Visit the alpine village of Zermatt with its typical chalet-style, surrounded by high alpine peaks, the Matterhorn in the face all the time. With your guide, discover the old part of Zermatt and the Gornergrat mountain, from where you'll have scenic views of the Matterhorn. Start the tour by meeting your tour guide at your hotel then make your way together to the train station in Basel. From there, board an intercity train for 2 hours to south Switzerland and change onto the Matterhorn-Gotthard-Railway.  After 50 minutes of traveling through the valley, arrive in Zermatt and make your way to the historical part of the village. Stroll through the small streets and get information about the architecture of the wooden houses.  Stop at the best photo point as your tour guide tells you the story of the climbers at Mount Matterhorn. See the cemetery for climbers and missing mountaineers. According to your preferences, stop for lunch in Zermatt or board the cogwheel train to Gornergrat. Ride the train up to 2800 m above sea level and admire the fantastical aerial views. Follow your guide to the scenic platform, where you will have a 360 degrees panoramas of Mount Matterhorn, the glacier Monte Rosa, and the surrounding summits.  Enjoy time at the top to sit on the terraces and take in the views. According to your preferences, head back to Zermatt by train and discover the local museum. Gain an insight into life in Zermatt in the 19th-century.  See exhibition objects from the first ascent to Mount Matterhorn, local houses, and stories about life in the mountain area. After the 45-minute visit, board the train back to Basel.

From Basel: Glacier Express Day Tour with Private Guide

4. From Basel: Glacier Express Day Tour with Private Guide

Meet your tour guide at a pre-arranged time in the lobby of your hotel. Your guide will transfer you to the train station in Basel, where you will board an intercity train. This will take you via Zürich and along Lake Zürich to the south east of Switzerland.  When you arrive in Chur, the oldest town in Switzerland, you will have the opportunity for a short walk around, schedule times depending. Back at the train station, you will take your seat in the panoramic train. Pass through the famous Rhine gorge heading to Disentis, listening to audio comments on a headset. In Disentis, the train will start to climb to 2033m above sea level into a rough alpine landscape. After passing a lighthouse, the train will begin its descent on a steep track down to Andermatt, a village 1400m above sea level.  The train will stop in Andermatt for 15 minutes, which gives you the chance to stop, stretch your legs, and breathe in the fresh Swiss air. The journey will continue through the 15km long "Furka" base tunnel, constructed in 1982 to save travel time from Andermatt to Brig.  Your train will continue through the “Goms” valley in direction of Brig. This valley is known as a destination for summer hiking and winter sports. The time to Brig is approximately two hours. Once there, you will again have the opportunity to exit the train for a walk through the pedestrian zone and the palace "Stockalper".   Your guide will lead you to the right train in Brig, where you will board an intercity train. When your guide leaves you in Brig, they will hand over all necessary tickets and information to you so you can continue your journey back to your hotel. 

Lucerne City Tour with Lake Cruise Private Tour from Basel

5. Lucerne City Tour with Lake Cruise Private Tour from Basel

Explore one of the most famous Swiss cities, Lucerne on a half-day private and guided tour. Surrounded by mountains and at the end of Lake Lucerne, the city is the starting point for numerous excursions. The Lucerne cityscape is characterized by the covered, medieval Chapel Bridge, which, with its gable paintings, is one of the oldest covered wooden bridges in Europe. Another landmark of the city is the Musegg Wall, which has been preserved in its original fortified form with the exception of one tower. Historic houses decorated with frescoes line picturesque squares in the car-free old town, such as the Weinmarkt. Lucerne is a city of squares and churches. The Jesuit Church from the 17th century is considered the first sacred baroque building in Switzerland and the two towers of the Hofkirche are an integral part of the cityscape. The dying lion, which was carved into the rock to commemorate the heroic death of the Swiss who fell in the Tuileries in 1792, is one of the most famous monuments in Switzerland.

From Basel: Private Pilatus Golden Tour with Lake Cruise

6. From Basel: Private Pilatus Golden Tour with Lake Cruise

Start your tour with pickup at your accommodation and make your way to the train station in Basel. An intercity train will take you in 1 hour to central Lucerne, where you'll board a boat for a 1-hour cruise on Lake Lucerne. Enjoy the view of the surrounding mountains and and the waterfront of the city.  Arrive in Alpnachstad, where you'll switch to the cogwheel railway. The Pilatus railway operates between May and October and is the world's steepest cogwheel railway. The 35-minute journey takes you from 464 meters above sea level to the top of Mount Pilatus, at 2128 meters above sea level. At the top, your tour guide will show you some hidden military objects. Alternatively, you can climb up the stairs to the panoramic platform and enjoy the vast scenery. Your tour guide will take you through the gallery of dragons and tell you a myth about Mount Pilatus.  After the sightseeing tour, enjoy lunch in one of the two restaurants, where your tour guide will happily join you. Afterwards, take some free time to spend as you wish before you begin your descent. A panoramic gondola will take you down to Fräkmüntegg, where you will change to the 4-seat gondola. This section takes you above trees and meadows and down to the suburb Kriens. Head back to central Lucerne for your return trip back to Basel on an intercity train. Once back in Basel, your tour guide will accompany you to your accommodation. 

From Basel: Mount Titlis Glacier Excursion Private Day Tour

7. From Basel: Mount Titlis Glacier Excursion Private Day Tour

Take a day to explore Mount Titlis, by taking a train from Basel. Arrive at the base of the mountain, and ride a cable car that leads up and above the glacier. Make a visit to an illuminated glacier cave, and walk the Titlis Cliff Walk, with views across the Alps. Meet your guide and board the train from Basel, admiring the changing landscape and hearing about the country and its people along the way. Once at the base of Mount Titlis, get into the cable car and make your first stop at the illuminated cave. Next, discover the highest summit of the Northern range of Susten Pass, which lies between the Bernese Oberland and Central Switzerland. Now above the glacier, take the Titlis Cliff Walk, the highest elevation suspension bridge in Europe that offers views across the Alps.

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What people are saying about Canton Basel

We had one day in Basel to visit the Matterhorn and Abraham made sure we saw and did everything on our list. He picked us up at the hotel, negotiated the trains, gondolas from Zermatt to the Matterhorn Glacier Palace, enjoyed spectacular views at lunch, teenagers were able to walk in the snow, and still have time to shop in Zermatt before train back to Basel. Thank you Abraham for sharing your knowledge and making this a memorable day

Although the children (12, 14) were not very enthusiastic at first, their ambition and joy of discovery was quickly awakened and we were able to enjoy an interesting and varied tour through Basel.

Very good experience. The description is wrong, saying that they are complicated questions because they are not true. They're quite easy and you're going to remember the city so much.

Well done, you can get to almost every corner of Basel

You have to be good on foot, but otherwise just good. Small tip to the organizer, check the order of the cards

Super overview of many sights of Basel. Exciting history. We recommend.