Several ATMs are located outside the Volkshaus entrance (PostFinance, UBS, Credit Suisse, BKB) within a 1 min. walk.
The City of Basel
Basel is an inspiration: located at the Swiss–German–French border, it is a welcoming, active, and enterprising city of open-minded citizens, who excel in business and the arts. Thanks to its manageable size and excellent public transport, it is quick and easy to get around the city.
Basel is also known as the culture capital of Switzerland. And not without reason: art can be seen wherever you go, whether strolling through the beautiful Old Town or when visiting one of the almost 40 museums.
The Basel Card
Every hotel guest in Basel receives the BaselCard when checking in. It can be used to travel free of charge on public transport, to access the free guest WiFi and to benefit from attractive cultural and leisure activities. www.basel.com/en/BaselCard
All official prices are indicated in Swiss Francs (CHF), which is the official currency of Switzerland. All major credit cards are accepted in most hotels, restaurants, and shops.
The congress organisers cannot accept liability for personal injuries sustained, or for loss or damage of property belonging to congress participants, either during, or as a result of the meeting. Please check the coverage of your own insurance.
The congress language is English. No simultaneous translation is provided. The official language of Basel is Swiss German. French and English are widely spoken.
Lunch and coffee
Lunch will be served on both conference days. Coffee and other non-alcoholic beverages are available throughout the conference.
Basel offers both a wide range of international restaurants (Italian, Chinese, Japanese, French, etc.) and typical Swiss cuisine. The Volkshaus itself includes a Brasserie with excellent lunch and dinner choices. Ask us for more recommendations!
Free Wi-Fi is available at the Volkshaus.
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