Tonja is a fashion boutique owned by Tonja Dimov. It was opened to be a women’s clothing store but gradually, it introduced accessories and other products. Some of the brands found here include Guess, Repeat, DTLM, Seventh Sense and Marco Polo. Its exquisite jewelry designs, are sure to make you pick more than one. The store maintains only high quality products that are going to suit your needs.
SET&SEKT is a clothing and accessory store founded in the year 2007. It has a careful selection of the best products by well-known fashion designers. All its products are of high-quality that guarantees durability. The ambiance of the store is stylish that gives you a modern and a classy feel. So whether it is jewelry, leather goods, books, magazines, formal wear or informal wear, they have it all.
Bally is a name to be reckoned with for its leather shoes, upscale clothing, bags and accessories. Their range for men and women features the latest collection as well as classics that will bowl you over. Each item displayed is unique and has a class to it that has made this Swiss label a popular one among fashionistas. Designer bags, belts, sneakers, belts and more showcase utmost craftsmanship.
The Basler Market along the Marktplatz is open 6 days a week and a great place to spend a day if you would like to sample some authentic Swiss fare like croissants, steaming hot chocolate, roast chicken and of course red wine. The vendors bring out all they have for sale: clothes, boots, souvenirs, frangipaani, scented flowers, marinated olives, blue cheese, honey, fresh organic produce and even home ware. Even if you don't want to pick up anything, come here for the sheer experience as the atmosphere is matchless and truly local!
Freie Strasse is a shopping street that means Free Street in English. This place has a number of shops where you can buy some trendy items for yourself or your loved ones. This street also has quite a few restaurants where you can relax after spending a whole day shopping. During the Middle Ages, people were allowed to transport goods on this street for free. Today, it has become a well-known shopping destination. The street leads to Aeschenvorstadt, Gerbergasse and Marktplatz.