The border triangle between Switzerland, France and Germany offers a temporary home for connoisseurs.
In the greater Weil am Rhein area, you can live comfortably in our furnished properties in
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The Vitra Design Museum celebrates the history of design and its connection to architecture, art and everyday culture. Another impressive venue is the VitraHaus, a spectacular building designed by Herzog and de Meuron, which today operates as a flagship store with café. Also on campus, interested visitors can discover the "Landscape Formation One" building by Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid. A completely different architectural charm can be found at the former gravel works, where artists live and work.
“If the Campus is all that comes to mind when you think of architecture in Weil am Rhein, you should definitely visit the gravel works. It's a thoroughly inspiring place with a fantastic design.”
Living and working in Weil am Rhein also means becoming part of people’s everyday lives with an emphasis on a natural cross-border flexibility. Several thousand people live in one country and work in another — the vision of a connected Europe is a reality here. The Dreiländerbrücke (Three Countries Bridge) is well worth seeing and takes you directly to France.
As part of the Basel metropolitan region, Weil am Rhein is an ideal location for international companies and their employees. Key features include well-developed commercial areas and a good connection to the important European north-south axis for freight traffic. The Rheinhafen container terminal handles around one million tonnes of goods per year. Business travellers will appreciate the Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg airport, which can be reached in a few minutes by car or train from Weil am Rhein.
"The Weinweg wine trail means you can hike via Lörrach to Riehen in Switzerland. Along the way, you’ll explore the local landscape and learn a lot about wine and the everyday life of the winegrowers."
Four grape varieties are particularly important in the wine-growing region near Weil am Rhein: Chasselas, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Noir. The local wine can be enjoyed in the area’s restaurants, where it goes particularly well with regional Baden delicacies.
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