My husband and I didn’t plan to go to Augst at all. Because of the new crown virus, Switzerland’s tourism, catering, and entertainment industries are all related. We were on Sunday, and it was the 17th wedding anniversary. We just wanted to ride a bicycle to fly, and then we rode to August. Because there are no tourists, all familiar sights become so special. We just order one by one. It’s very relaxing, very economical (no place to eat and drink coffee harms money), and very carefree (if no one is in front of you, you can easily bring yourself into what was 2500 years ago. Scenes). In the amphitheater, a pair of young men and women playing rock music and doing physical exercises are really hilarious; in front of the school square in the old town, watching the mother white stork working hard on the tree top to feed its three babies (local residents) I installed a camera on the tree and put it on the TV in the big window of the village and township next to it), so the family carnival on the tree is live broadcast 24/7; then walk to the Rhine River to find the history that has completely passed away and look at the opposite The German camping site is deserted. In short, this is a one-day trip that saves money, fitness, and knowledge.
A nice place, it used to be a city, now it is a museum!
The Roman culture that exists in Switzerland This trip in Switzerland left the deepest impression on me and my girlfriends in the Roman city of Auguste. It has a local Roman flavor, just like walking into the Colosseum. same. On the third day in Switzerland, my girlfriend told me that there is a ruins of Roman architecture nearby and asked me if I want to see it. I think it’s okay. Anyway, after visiting Switzerland for so many days, I can see things from other countries! Then we came here in private, not far from the city, it takes about 10 to 15 minutes by car. When we came, we also ran into a group of children from Switzerland who were doing popular science tours here! When I first came here, I was shocked. Just like when I came to Rome, I checked on the Internet before. It turns out that this is a Roman architectural site. Although it looks relatively shabby, it doesn’t boast the local characteristics of Rome at all. I also saw a few children performing fighting beasts there holding shields! It's interesting. It's still an open-air museum, and you can buy an explanation device at the door, as well as an explanation in Chinese! I find it very caring. I have been shopping here for a long time and almost forgot that I am in Switzerland. In general, it is still worth visiting! TIPS1. Attraction address: Auguste, Basel, Switzerland 2. Opening hours: Open all day