Interlaken holiday region
Jura & Three-Lakes
Mountains for excursions
Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe
Gantrisch Nature Park
Diemtigtal Nature Park
Chasseral Nature Park
Skiing & snowboarding
Winter hiking & snowshoeing
Top4 – The Bernese ski pass
The Bernese bear’s best holiday tips
Summer & Autumn
Summer and autumn offers
Food & drink
Art & culture
Social programmes & incentives
Plan your trip
Arrivals & transport
Public transport offers and travel passes
Operating hours of mountain railways in winter
Sustainability in the Region of Bern
Every day, Bern attracts thousands of visitors. But Biel and Thun can easily keep up with the capital – from watches and castles to art. There is plenty to explore.
The Parliament Building, the Aare and the BearPark: This is Bern. The Swiss capital, however, has so much more to offer than the usual sights.
Tradition, modernity and nature in the capital of the Swiss watchmaking industry.
Surrounded by castles and close to the lake, more than 40,000 people call Thun their home. Due to the mixture of culture, shopping and indulgence in a small area, Thun is well loved by its inhabitants.
Impressive vistas in all directions: nestled between mountain peaks, vineyards and a lake with beautiful bays, Spiez excites with a mild climate and many sunny days.
Heli-skiing, skydiving, bungee jumping and paragliding: Interlaken, with its wide range of thrilling activities, is not only the ideal destination for extreme athletes, but it also caters for families.
In 1899, Europe’s first fully electrified railway line led through Burgdorf. Today, the municipality in the Emmental offers its visitors even more: exciting events, excursions and cultural diversity.