Discover Switzerland’s capital during a private and guided walking tour.
Stroll through the medieval city center and admire Switzerland’s tallest cathedral, the gothic Berner Münster, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Marvel at the 15th-century arcades and the 16th-century fountains, which were restored in the 18th century maintaining their original character. See the “Black Quarter” and learn more about the origins of such a dark name. Admire the Reformed Nydeggkirche, or "Lower corner" church, built where the city was founded in 1191, and find out more about the legend of Duke Berchtold of Zähringen and the bear that named this city.
See the Zähringerbrunnen fountain, another UNESCO World Heritage Site of the 16th century, and find out more about its importance. Get a glimpse at the 13th-century Zytglogge clock tower, one of Bern’s most recognizable symbols. Have a look at the gruesome Kindlifresserbrunnen, which translates to "Child Eater Fountain'' or "Ogre Fountain”, representing a folklore figure that scares disobedient children
Immerse yourself in this very multifaceted city that has something to reveal around every corner.