We meet at the city's commercial core, the Main Station, where we introduce ourselves and adapt the program according to your expectations and needs, walking through traditional Berner streets, passing the Federal Palace, the Clock Tower, the Albert Einstein's Home, the Cathedral of St. Vincent, in Münsterplatz, and The Bärengraben" (The Bear Pits) directly in the "Old Town. Nearby we make a stop for a delicious lunch in a tipical swiss restaurant, where you can try the local cuisine and taste some Swiss wines.
We meet at the Main Station the new magnificient "Baldachin" glass roof, we introduce ourselves and adapt the program according to your expectations and needs.
As we walk the traditional Berner streets that goes direct to the "Old Town", is the Prison Gate called the "Käfigturm" this gate dates from the 1200s and now shelters a tiny museum.
Nearby is the "Bundeshaus" seat of Swiss democracy.
Walking further is the Clock Tower, also called "Zytgloggeturm Continuing along the street we find Albert Einstein's Home, where he wrote his "theory of relativity"
Near his Home we stop for a delicious lunch in a tipical restaurant, where you can try the local cuisine and taste some Swiss wines.
Afterwards, continuing along the street, we come to "The Bärengraben"-Bear Park.
To the left is the Cathedral of St. Vincent, the cathedral's first stone was laid in 1421. From the tower you'll get a panoramic view of Bern.
following the street we reach again the Parliament and from here we can go shopping or finish the tour