On the carnival tour, you can immerse yourself in the history of the Solothurn carnival. Because the foolish goings-on in Solothurn have a long tradition. Chesslete, Schnitzelbänke, the parade, and the taps are just a few of the highlights. Why does the Solothurn carnival begin on 13 January and not on 11 November? Experience the Solothurn carnival, if only on a guided tour, and enjoy a fortifying flour soup in the Brasserie Fédérale.
St. Ursus Stair
Tour ending point
Can be booked online or purchased at the Tourist Office at Hautgasse 69 in Solothurn. The number of participants is limited.
Solothurn Tourism members (on presentation of their membership card) and children up to 16 years of age benefit from free participation on a guided tour of the Old Town of Solothurn. A discount of CHF 10.00 is granted on themed tours.
The cancellation conditions of the sales outlet, which can be found at www.solothurn-city.ch/gtc apply. Purchased tickets are non-refundable.