Stade de Suisse
Zentrum Paul Klee
Bern’s answer to the Guggenheim, Renzo Piano’s architecturally bold 150m-long wave-like edifice houses an exhibition space that...
A popular etymological theory is that Bern got its name from the bear (Bär in German), when the city’s founder, Berthold V, duke of...
Beside the Bärenpark tourist office, this 20-minute multimedia show (available in five languages) traces Bern’s history.
Panoramically perched on a hilltop adjacent to Bern's rose garden, this restaurant is nicest in warm weather, when you can enjoy the...
Stade de Suisse information
Home to the local Young Boys team, Bern’s 32,000-seat stadium was built over the demolished Wankdorf Stadium, which hosted the 1954 World Cup final.