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Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe
Gantrisch Nature Park
Diemtigtal Nature Park
Chasseral Nature Park
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The Bernese bear’s best holiday tips
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Top4 - The Bernese ski pass
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Reflections of lakeside promenades, mountain panoramas, or majestic castles. Let yourself be captivated by the beautiful lakes in the Bernese Oberland and Seeland region.
On more than 47 km² and surrounded by castles, picturesque villages and imposing mountains, the “Riveria of Lake Thun” welcomes its guests.
Lake Brienz is not only the cleanest lake in Switzerland, it also offers a wide range of leisure activities. One of the favourites is an excursion on a cruise.
Lake Biel offers a glimpse of the past: Lake-dwellings from the Neolithic Age can still be seen at its shore. However, there is so much more to discover – whether by foot or by boat.
Many visitors fall in love with Lake Blausee at first sight. True to its name, it boasts a vibrant blue colour thanks to its water clarity.
With its moss-covered rocks, a magnificent view on the Bernese Alps and crystal-clear water, it doesn’t come as a surprise that the Lake Oeschinen is said to be one of Switzerland’s most beautiful lakes.
The idyllic lake Bachalpsee covers an area of eight hectares. Here at 2,265 metres above sea level, visitors enjoy fresh air, relaxation on the shore and the magnificent mountain scenery.
The Lake Lauenen is a popular excursion destination in the very heart of a nature reserve. In summer the idyllic mountain lake is the perfect spot to enjoy a swim.