«Bedtime in Bern» – Family Stays in Bern
Family holiday coming up? There’s something to do and see for young and old in Switzerland’s capital city. And even better : from July 10 to the end of August 2020 children up to the age of sixteen stay for free in their parents’ rooms – breakfast is included of course.
Top 12: Our Tips for Summer Holidays in BernSummer is coming and Bern – a City known for its chilled atmosphere and sociability – helps you create your ultimate holiday feeling! Find inspiration here for activities, recreational moments or “instagrammable” experiences that you must not miss this summer!Top 12: Our Tips for Summer Holidays in BernMore
Panoramas Galore: The Best Eight Views in the Bern RegionA view of the beautiful Gantrisch range, the federal city, or the world-famous mountain triumvirate Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau in the Bernese Oberland – there are great spots with spectacular views in the Bern region. Here are eight of our favourites.Panoramas Galore: The Best Eight Views in the Bern RegionMore
Fun FactsHistoric events, world records, spooky myths and weird stories ... Here are some (more or less) useful facts and fun bits of information for you to bring up at your next happy hour video call. Will make for some grade-A smalltalk!Fun FactsMore
Top 5: Our Favourite Spots for Fantastic Views in BernWhere can I find a beautiful view in Bern to take souvenir photos or enjoy the sunset? We know the five best spots for breathtaking panoramic views of the city’s rooftops and the peaks of the Bernese Oberland.Top 5: Our Favourite Spots for Fantastic Views in BernMore
Learning interesting facts from local beer pros and dreaming of a swim in our favourite river while staying safe and sound on your balcony – our video portraits will bring a little bit of Bern to you.
Stories of the Aare
From a popular double bassist who balances out the hectic life of a musician by also working as a ferryman to a young school teacher who makes his own surfboards for the Aare river. In a series of enthralling video portraits, five Bernese locals share their personal story of the Aare river.