The main bus station in Basel is located at Basel SBB, a large railway station in the city. The station is central to Basel and so easily accessible from any location in the city. There are tram lines connecting the station (10, 2 or 8), and you can also reach the station by bus (30, 36, 48, 80 or 81) or light rail (ICE, IR36, S1, S3 or S6). The station is also easily reachable from the city centre by foot in about 15 minutes. There is a secondary train station located in the north of the city, called Basel Badischer, which offers bus services to European cities and is accessible by tram (2 or 6), bus (30, 36 or 81) or train (S6). Travel between the stations is possible via train route 6, Basel ICE Sprinter, tram service 2 or bus route 30.
The bus station is located at SBB, which offers left-luggage services, cash machines and wifi. There are also food and drink outlets in the station, from sit-down restaurants to fast-food options. There are a couple of supermarkets located around the station and a beer & wine shop located inside. There are three hotels opposite the station, catering for different budget options: Hotel Victoria, Hotel Euler and the cheaper Hotel Schweizerhof. Basel Badischer (Basel Bad Bf) is a smaller station. It is still central, hosts a couple of food and drink outlets and is next to many more, has a left luggage service and step-free access.
International buses Flixbus and BlaBlaBus, operating from Basel SBB and Basel Badischer, offer room for various types of luggage depending on your bus price. Flixbus gives passengers room for one hand luggage item (15.5 lb, 11.8 x 7 x 16.5 inches) and two check-in bags (44lb, 20 x 66 x 31.5 inches). They allow equipment such as bikes, musical instruments, pushchairs and wheelchairs for free (but you must contact the service a few days before boarding with a pushchair or wheelchair). BlaBlaBus service offers two carry-on items, which must fit above or below the seat, with your bus ticket. One free item is also allowed in the hold, with maximum dimensions (50.7lb, 78.7 inches). With both operators, additional luggage can be purchased for a fee. You are able to take pets and bikes on local bus services around Basel as well.
International buses departing from Basel SBB and Basel Badischer offer some onboard comforts for their passengers. Flixbus offers free Wifi, extra leg room, power sockets, luggage room and snacks are available to buy. With BlaBlaBus, depending on which service you opt for, you can expect free Wifi, onboard restrooms, air conditioning and power sockets. Both bus services offer long-haul buses throughout Europe, which can be booked through momondo and combined with Interrail travel.
If you're travelling on an international bus service, it is usually cheaper, more convenient and sometimes a necessity to book tickets in advance. For Flixbus, passengers may book their tickets online, through the app, at the designated sales point in the station or even through google assistant. It is possible to book your ticket with the driver for no extra fees, but this may not guarantee you a seat. If you book online, through the app or google assistant, you will receive your ticket confirmation via email, which they must show to their driver upon boarding. When booking through BlaBlaBus, you can book online and store tickets in the 'Your Rides' section of the site. Passengers will also receive a booking confirmation via email with a QR code, and printed tickets are also accepted. For international travel, passengers must also take their passport and travel documents.
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For £83 one-way on average, you can catch a bus ride to Basel EuroAirport Swiss. Overall, prices are generally stable for the next 3 months or so. Search availability for a coach to Basel EuroAirport Swiss from your area and be on your way in no time.