Bern travel information

The Bern Historical Museum-Einstein Museum

The Bern Historical Museum-Einstein Museum One of Switzerland’s most important historical and cultural museums, the Bern Historical Museum houses a collection of over 500,000 objects, as well as the Einstein Museum. The integrated Einstein Museum is a powerful audio-visual presentation into the life and work of Albert Einstein. The Bern Historical Museum (Bernisches Historisches Museum) …

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Rose Garden

Rose Garden Bern’s Rose Garden is home to over 200 species of roses. It is a paradise for flower enthusiasts and provides stunning views of the Old Town and the Aare River along with the beautiful bridges across it. The Rose Garden (Rosengarten) in Bern, Switzerland, is a delightful oasis that offers stunning views of …

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Bern Bear Park

Bern Bear Park This 6000 sq. m. park along the Aare river is home to Bern’s most famous residents, a family of bears! It gives visitors an opportunity to observe the bears frolicking playfully and enjoying their day. Bern Bear Park (BärenPark) is a unique and humane enclosure located within the heart of Bern, Switzerland. …

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The Kambly Experience

The Kambly Experience The scenic village of Trubschachen, 47 minutes from Bern by train, houses the famous Kambly Biscuit factory. Here, visitors can learn about its history and biscuit-making process, as well as sample delicious treats, take part in biscuit-making workshops and buy biscuits at a discounted price The Kambly Experience is a unique attraction …

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Old Town of Bern

Old Town of Bern Bern’s Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In between the picturesque rooftops and  fountains, as well as the iconic Parliament House, Zytglogge Clock Tower and Bern Cathedral. The 6 km long arcades also provide visitors with the longest weathersheltered shopping promenade in Europe. The Old Town of Bern (Altstadt …

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