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About Switzerland

Getting there You can get to Bern from Berlin, Zurich and Geneva. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 04:35 HK$605
From Milan 02:58 HK$280
From Frankfurt 03:52 HK$254
From Berlin 08:34 HK$1,823
From Zurich 00:56 HK$351
From Geneva 01:41 HK$324
From Interlaken 00:47 HK$193
From Basel 00:56 HK$254
From Lucerne 01:00 HK$263
From Dijon 02:58 HK$421
From Lausanne 01:06 HK$228
From Freiburg 01:54 HK$543
From Mannheim 03:20 HK$894
From Karlsruhe 02:56 HK$789
From Stresa 02:02 HK$280
From St Gallen 02:17 HK$631
From Baden Baden 02:42 HK$719
From Brig 01:03 HK$438
From Spiez 00:29 HK$140
From Olten 00:25 HK$193
From Biel 00:25 HK$105
From Fribourg 00:22 HK$96
From Langnau 00:33 HK$114
From Neuchatel (loc) 00:34 HK$131
From Thun 00:18 HK$105
From Visp 00:55 HK$438
From Frutigen 00:41 HK$254
From Winterthur 01:30 HK$447

Getting around From Bern, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Thun 00:18 HK$105
To Fribourg 00:21 HK$96
To Spiez 00:31 HK$140
To Neuchatel (loc) 00:50 HK$131
To Olten 00:52 HK$193
To Interlaken 00:54 HK$193
To Visp 00:57 HK$359
To Langnau 00:57 HK$114
To Lausanne 01:11 HK$228
To Basel 01:14 HK$254
To Brig 01:27 HK$359
To Winterthur 01:33 HK$447
To Lucerne 01:34 HK$263
To Domodossola 01:38 HK$280
To Zurich 01:39 HK$351
To Biel 01:50 HK$105
To Geneva 02:01 HK$324
To Stresa 02:04 HK$280
To Frutigen 02:20 HK$175
To Kandersteg 02:37 HK$228
To Frasne 02:40 HK$280
To Montreux 02:41 HK$280
To Goppenstein 02:50 HK$272
To St Gallen 02:53 HK$631
To Milan 03:01 HK$622
To Baden Baden 03:23 HK$719
To Dijon 03:59 HK$421
To Freiburg 04:15 HK$543
To Dole 04:24 HK$561
To Karlsruhe 05:22 HK$789
To Frankfurt 06:04 HK$254
To Mannheim 06:25 HK$894
To Paris 06:35 HK$605
To Bologna 10:48 HK$850
To Berlin 11:15 HK$587
To Barcelona 11:30
To Hamburg 11:32 HK$587
To Florence 12:46 HK$1,060

While you're there

Bern, the capital of Switzerland

Bern is the capital city of the Swiss Confederation and the fourth most populous city in Switzerland. Bern is surrounded on three sides by the river Aare, and is located just west of the centre of Switzerland and north of the Bernese Alps. The magnificent countryside around Bern was formed by glaciers during the Ice Age. The historic old town of Bern, is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The Old Town will delight you with its covered arcades, cobbled streets and decorated façades. Discover the local wonders such as the Das Berner Münster (Cathedral of Bern), the Zeitglockenturm (Clock Tower) and the Federal Palace. The Clock Tower is one of Bern’s most important sights.

Enjoy the view across the city and the snow-capped Bernese mountains when you are at the top of the Cathedral’s tower, Switzerland’s highest church tower! The Cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The Federal Palace, also known as the Parliament Building or the Bundeshaus is an impressive and beautiful building has two wings and a 64 metre high dome. In front, is found the Parliament Square, which serves as a gathering point for inhabitants and as a market place every weekend.

Try local specialities such as the Bernerplatte (slabs of salt pork, beef tongue, smoked bacon, pork ribs, and mild pork sausage cooked down in broth) or Berner Rösti (shredded potatoes fried with onions, butter, and chunks of bacon).

Bern has one of Europe’s longest shopping promenades, with some 6 km of arcades home to trendy boutiques, jewellery shops, shopping malls and traditional markets.

Bern Tourist office
Bahnhofplatz 10a, 3011 Bern
Tel. +41 (0)31 328 12 12

The city’s tourist office has a helpful personnel, insider information and tips as well as handy maps and brochures. The city’s tourist office also arranges tours and excursions and is a focal point for local accommodation.

Train station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Bern can be found.

Bern railway station(s)

Bern Train Station

Bern Train Station

Address: Bahnhofplatz 10a CH-3011 Bern

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday: 6am to 12am

Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, InterCity trains
Rail agents, Assistance for disabled persons and junior travellers, Lost and found, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.

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Customer reviews

  • "Enjou our trip!"    
    We as a family enjoy our trip a lot! The only problem we experienced was that there was not enough space for all the people's lugguage. No complaints further.  
  • "Exploring Switzerland"    
    We had a wonderful time, exploring Switzerland by going from place to place by train. The trains were punctual, clean, comfortable and we would do it again. We took the train from London to Paris and then from Paris to Berne. We then travelled to Lucerne, St Moritz, Zermat and then to Geneva to fly back to London.  
  • "Euro Train is prefect"    
    Euro train is prefect, highly recommand taken by train as travelling Euro  
  • "Fantastic"    
    Everything perfect as expected  
  • "Bern-Milano"    
    Wonderful train, wonderful service, very comfortable and convenient...worth of paid money  
  • "Kind of a pain"    
    Had to get off the train, board a bus, then back on the train. No reason given why. Entered a very long tunnel and windows were left open and the diesel fumes were unbearable.  
  • "Excellent service"    
    Puts UK train travel in a bad light! This was quiet, comfortable and very well organised. Slight delay due to signal problem was unavoidable.  
  • "Bien"    
  • "Average"    
    The anticipated train has been annulled. The substitutive convoy was uncomfortable and not very comforting.  
  • "Slightly disappointed"    
    I travelled in TGV lyria for the second time in 3 years. The first time was in 2010 with my wife and children and we travelled from Rome to Florence and later from Florence to Venice. Though trains are still as punctual, the upholstry is now a little worn and the train looked more untidy. The W/C close to our seats was full and overflowing and on the way back dirty. The staff however was extremely helpful and courtious. All in all the experience wasnt quite upto the standards I had come to expect from my last trip.