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Priding themselves on being the sunniest city in Germany, Freiburg has more hours of sun annually than any other city in Germany.
EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg (IATA: BSL) is the only airport in Europe that is jointly operated by three countries. It is located entirely on French soil, but has excellent connections to Basel (in fact, much better than to farther-away Mulhouse and Freiburg).
Although the airport is on French soil, there is a special Swiss customs area connected to Basel by a border road.
The airport receives flights from all major European airports, a few intercontinental flights and numerous smaller cities in Europe. Easyjet flies to/from Berlin, London, Porto, Alicante, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Bordeaux, Cagliari, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Istanbul, Lisbon, Madrid, Málaga, Marrakech, Naples, Nice, Olbia, Palma de Mallorca and Rome. Places served further away include Algiers, Montreal, Istanbul and Reykjavik, though most cities are located in central, western and southern Europe.
The airports connects to the A3 Motorway. Basel's BVB bus No. 50 connects the Swiss sector of the airport to the Bahnhof SBB, which is the main Swiss and French railway station in Basel. French Distribus bus No. 11 connects the French sector of the airport to the Saint-Louis railway station.
The Black Forest Hostel offers the most reasonable lodging in the city, however, you may end up in a mixed dorm with 20 other people so ask around before deciding to stay here.
|Hotel - Landgasthof Rebstock||Hotel - Landgasthof Rebstock Wirtstrasse 2||Hotel||87|
|Hotel Classic||Gundelfinger Straße 27a||hotel||-|
|Hotel Paradies||Mathildenstr.28 Friedrich-ebert-platz||hotel||-|
|Hotel Schwarzwälder Hof||Herrenstrasse 43||Hotel||-|
|Hotel Sonne Freiburg||Basler Str. 58||Hotel||77|
See also: International Telephone Calls
Germany's postal system is very efficient, their logistics branch DHL is one of the best companies in this field world-wide, with domestic post or within a radius of 400 kilometres, send within a day. The website of Deutsche Post has an online calculator for postage fees as well as a post office finder. Within Germany, sending postcards costs €0.45 and standard letters €0.55, within Europe it is €0.65 for a postcard, standard letters to places in Europe cost €0.70. Outside Europe, the prices for sending a postcard or standard letter are €1 and €1.70 respectively. Although you will find the old post offices (mainly in the city centre), most of the smaller neighbourhood post offices are part of a small tobacco shop or grocery store.
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