Why not take some time to explore more of Switzerland and its most attractive regions. Right now you could plan an excursion leaving from Bern, as the Swiss capital city’s central location makes it the ideal starting point for all sorts of trips: nature and culture, sport and leisure – Switzerland has something for every - one.
The Tropic House Frutigen
Tropenhaus Frutigen: Geniessen - Entdecken - Verstehen.
Three Lakes Region
Enjoy a boat trip along the Aare river, a tour on Lake Biel, or a Three Lakes cruise across Lakes Biel, Neuchâtel and Murten.
Little Zähringer Town of Murten
Dating from the Zähringen dynasty, the township of Murten, with its picturesque arcades and walkable town walls, and the winegrowing and walker’s paradise of Vully welcome you.
What better way to spend the evening hours than out on the lake? Enjoy the sunset with drinks on deck, surrounded by the breathtaking mountain panorama. A delicious dinner from the ship’s galley lends the final touch to your perfect evening.
St. Beatus Caves
The ultimate Swiss cave experience!
Leaving daily at 30-minute intervals, RBS trains will whisk you to Solothurn, Switzerland’s most picturesque baroque town, in only 37 minutes.
Demonstration Cheese Dairy
Barely one hour from Bern, all the secrets associated with the manufacture of Gruyère AOC can be discovered.
Unique moated castle with furniture and paintings dating from the 17th century, in a picturesque parkland setting with many watercourses. The integrated museum of hunting in Switzerland and exhibits important special collections.
This originally medieval castle (rebuilt in 1720) near Bern is situated in a beautiful park and houses the Museum of Bernese Home Décor. On display are interiors furnished in typical Bernese style as well as paintings, clocks and stoves of the 17th–19th century.
Castles of Lake Thun
The medieval Spiez Castle is one of the most impressive witnesses of Bernese history on Lake Thun.
Winter boats Lake Thun
An unforgettable winter experience
The Baroque castle grounds let you experience the living environment of the patrician family von Effinger, from the elegant surroundings to the organic farm.
The aromatic Alpine air, car-free views of the Great Aletsch Glacier, the charm of the Valais region, welcome to the Aletsch Arena.
Grindelwald – First
The only one of its kind in all Europe. Experience an intoxicating trip on the «First Flieger».
Schilthorn – Piz Gloria
Experience the gorgeous mountains from the 2,970-meter-high Schilthorn with its 360-degree panoramic view of more than 200 peaks. Follow the tracks of James Bond 007.
Gornergrat near Zermatt
Thanks to the Lötschberg Base Tunnel, the Gornergrat is now no more than three hours and two changes away from Bern.
Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe
After passing through Kleine Scheidegg, you’ll reach the Jungfraujoch, Europe’s highest railway station at 3,454 m.
The Niederhorn and Stockhorn cable cars and the Niesen funicular offer spectacular views while transporting visitors up the different mountains.
The nostalgic cog railway will transport you up from Wilderswil to the Schynige Platte in 52 minutes, from where incomparable and breathtaking views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau abound.
With a maximum gradient of 106 %, the Gelmerbahn is the steepest funicular in Europe.
Lötschberger circular tour
Discover the beautiful and rapid route to the Valais. The Lötschberger RegioExpress train takes you from Bern to Brig, over the traditional, almost 100 year old mountain route.
Exhibition: «From the Mediterranean to the North Sea».A trip back in time over 50,000 years, from the Renaissance to Neanderthal Man.
Museum Franz Gertsch
The museum is dedicated to the work of Swiss artist Franz Gertsch.
Take a stroll through the eras and regions of art, discovering valuable historical fabrics. Marvel at the numerous masterpieces of textile art, including a 2000-year-old children’s shirt and a luxurious housecoat from the 18th century.
Centre Müller is a museum that transports the public back in time to around the year 1900.Numerous machines of all kinds are displayed in reconstructed workshops.