Bern in 24 hours
In the morning
A Visit to the Einstein House
Albert Einstein spent part of his life in Bern. He came to the Swiss capital in 1902 and took up a post at the federal patent office. In 1903, he and his wife, Mileva, moved into an apartment in the third floor of Kramgasse 49, in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Photo Stop at the Rose Garden
The Rose Garden is one of Bern’s most beautiful parks, offering an unrivaled view of the Old Town and Aare Loop. When the weather is clear, the view extends far beyond the city. Not only is the Rose Garden a welcoming recreational area, it’s also a popular spot for taking memorable photos.
In the afternoon
In the evening
Convivial Evening at the Matte Brennerei & Cocktail Bar
Surrounded by old sandstone walls, visitors can enjoy a pleasant game of billiards and round off the day with jazz, swing, blues, and a traditional cocktail. Hunger pangs can be sated with delicious platters of charcuterie, cheese, or various baked breads.