Home of the Swiss Federal Assembly, the Bundeshäuser, built in Florentine style in 1902, contain statues of the nation’s founding...
Uphill from the bear pit is the fragrant Rosengarten (rose garden), probably known more for its stupendous view over town than its...
Scenic bike paths on the riverside and in the Bernese hills are plentiful; free bike hire is available.
Plum by the water in the increasingly hip Matte quarter, Bern’s monumental 19th-century corn house throbs with mainstream hits and a...
Paul Klee was here in 1890; expect wholly traditional fare and a local vibe.
Lonely Planet review
Buzzing with quick-snack action, this covered market arcade is packed with global cheap eats: curries, vegetarian, wok stir-fries, noodles, pizza, southern Indian, Middle Eastern. To be eaten standing at bars or around plastic tables, till around midnight.