Restaurant Kornhauskeller in Bern

Restaurant Kornhauskeller in Bern

One of Switzerland's finest cellar restaurants! The dimensions of this room alone are sure to impress you. The centre and side aisles, which resemble church architecture, lend the Kornhauskeller a sacred grace. With restaurant, vinotheque, gallery with bar, lounges and humidor, there is ample to...more

Einstein House

Einstein House

Albert Einstein lived in Bern from 1903 to 1905 and developed his Theory...more

With

With "Heavy...

She really has many stories to tell: the tower warden Marie-Therese...more

Restaurant Kornhauskeller in Bern

One of Switzerland's finest cellar restaurants! The dimensions of this room alone are sure to impress you. The centre and side aisles, which resemble church architecture, lend the Kornhauskeller a sacred grace. With restaurant, vinotheque, gallery with bar, lounges and humidor, there is ample to experience and enjoy here.

The Kornhauskeller is one of the most magnificent dining room of Switzerland and the dimensions of the room are an impressive experience. The center and side aisles, which resemble church architecture, lend the Kornhauskeller a sacred grace. A unique room, which invites you to enjoy the atmosphere in the restaurant, the vinotheque, the gallery with bar, lounges and humidor.

Schwellenmätteli fondue chalet

The terrace, the most beautiful place in the Schwellenmätteli, in winter houses Bern’s cosiest fondue chalet.

Einstein House

Albert Einstein lived in Bern from 1903 to 1905 and developed his Theory of Relativity here. The Einstein House gives visitors a chance to see where the great physicist completely revolutionized our understanding of space and time.

Albert Einstein lived in Bern from 1903 to 1905 and developed his Theory of Relativity here. The Einstein House gives visitors a chance to see where the great physicist completely revolutionized our understanding of space and time.

With "Heavy Susanna" in the tower

She really has many stories to tell: the tower warden Marie-Therese Lauper leads her guests up 254 steps to the highest church steeple in Switzerland, that of the Münster of Bern. However, she does take a break: There is a pause in the bell chamber, where "Heavy Susanna", the heaviest bell in Switzerland, sets the tone. And finally enjoy a breathtaking view over the rooftops of Bern at the top of the 101 meter high tower with a glass of hot spiced wine.