Bern in Winter
Currently, in the canton of Berne events are only allowed with a maximum of 15 participants. Also, many facilities that are open to the public will remain closed. These include museums, theatres, cinemas, bars and sports centres. Detailed information on the cantonal measures is published on the website of the Canton of Berne. The nationwide measures can be found on the website of the Federal Office of Public Health.
“Christmas. Nothing beats Bern.”
When Bern’s alleys are filled with the smell of mulled wine, cinnamon and anise and there’s a golden shimmer over the federal city, it's Christmastime. Things might be a bit different this year, but we’re still looking forward to visiting the Christmas markets with our sweetheart and eating roasted chestnuts.
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