Barrier-Free Bern

Whether you’re on foot, pushing a stroller, or in a wheelchair, many things in Bern offer barrier-free accessibility. According to a study, Bern is one of the top five European cities that are particularly suitable for barrier-free travel! Here are our tips for a relaxed and enjoyable stay in Bern.

On the Go in Bern

The majority of the buses and streetcars operated by Bernmobil are low-floor vehicles. The upcoming stops are all communicated visually and orally. Find more information here.

SBB trains and the entire main train station in Bern are also barrier-free. The SBB website provides all the information you need for travel planning, ticket purchases and autonomous travel.

Activities and Attractions

Many impressive sights and attractions are accessible to everyone without any barriers to mobility. Here is our selection:

Eating and Drinking

Looking for a cozy pub, gourmet restaurant or chic eatery? It’s never easy to make up your mind in this city of connoisseurs. Here are some options for you. 


From backpacker hostels to luxury hotels, you’ll be spoiled for choice if you want to stay overnight in Bern. These accommodations offer wheelchair-accessible rooms.

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Practical Information and Useful Links

City Map

A tactile city map is available from Tourist Information at the main train station for people with a visual impairment. 

Useful Links

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