Lake Thun Festival

Thun’s lake stage has been in existence since 2003. Already with its first five productions, "Evita", "Anatevka" (“Fiddler on the Roof”), "Miss Saigon", "Elisabeth" and "Les Misérables", the Lake Thun Festival has established itself in Switzerland and in the neighboring countries. more

Chillon

Dampfschiff

The listed Dampfschiff is one of the finest restaurants on Lake Thun and pampers guests with homemade and seasonal dishes. The setting is unique –... more

Dampfschiff
Thun Castle

Thun Castle

The medieval castle above the town of Thun is a striking focal point at the entrance to the Bernese Oberland region. This almost completely... more

Lake Thun Festival

Thun’s lake stage has been in existence since 2003. Already with its first five productions, "Evita", "Anatevka" (“Fiddler on the Roof”), "Miss Saigon", "Elisabeth" and "Les Misérables", the Lake Thun Festival has established itself in Switzerland and in the neighboring countries.

Thun’s lake stage has been in existence since 2003. Already with its first five productions, "Evita", "Anatevka" (“Fiddler on the Roof”), "Miss Saigon", "Elisabeth" and "Les Misérables", the Lake Thun Festival has established itself in Switzerland and in the neighboring countries.

Dampfschiff

The listed Dampfschiff is one of the finest restaurants on Lake Thun and pampers guests with homemade and seasonal dishes. The setting is unique – right on the waterfront with views of the Alps.

The listed Dampfschiff is one of the finest restaurants on Lake Thun and pampers guests with homemade and seasonal dishes. The setting is unique – right on the waterfront with views of the Alps.

Thun Castle

The medieval castle above the town of Thun is a striking focal point at the entrance to the Bernese Oberland region. This almost completely preserved symbol of power contains the Knights' Hall, one of the few surviving halls of its type from the Middle Ages.

The medieval castle above the town of Thun is a striking focal point at the entrance to the Bernese Oberland region. This almost completely preserved symbol of power contains the Knights' Hall, one of the few surviving halls of its type from the Middle Ages.