Bonsoir

As the sun sets behind the Swiss Alps and the moon takes over the firmament, a concierge turns on the lights at Club Bonsoir. International DJs, musicians and artistes fill the air with splendid beats and sounds that will stir you to get up and dance. Enjoy a wide range of fine drinks served by... more

Chillon

Heiliggeistkirche (Holy Spirit Church)

The Heiliggeistkirche was built by Niklaus Schiltknecht, the town's master mason, and inaugurated in 1729. It is located on the site of what was... more

Heiliggeistkirche (Holy Spirit Church)
MySouvenir

MySouvenir

In their work, Dominik Stauch and Paul Le Grand hark back to the colours of the vedute of yesteryear - the precursor to the postcard. Those who are... more

Bonsoir

As the sun sets behind the Swiss Alps and the moon takes over the firmament, a concierge turns on the lights at Club Bonsoir. International DJs, musicians and artistes fill the air with splendid beats and sounds that will stir you to get up and dance. Enjoy a wide range of fine drinks served by our friendly staff at two well-appointed club bars, whilst a secluded lounge bar offers friends old and new the time and space to talk.

International club scene in Bern. Club Bonsoir offers a cozy interior, a unique bar atmosphere and a diverse music program.

Heiliggeistkirche (Holy Spirit Church)

The Heiliggeistkirche was built by Niklaus Schiltknecht, the town's master mason, and inaugurated in 1729. It is located on the site of what was previously known as the hospital church. The Heiliggeistkirche is considered to be the most beautiful Protestant baroque church in Switzerland. Richly furnished, the interior is dominated by fourteen freestanding sandstone columns and the pulpit in the northern part of the nave.

MySouvenir

In their work, Dominik Stauch and Paul Le Grand hark back to the colours of the vedute of yesteryear - the precursor to the postcard. Those who are interested may go to the website and compose a souvenir of their own and print it.

In their work, Dominik Stauch and Paul Le Grand hark back to the colours of the vedute of yesteryear - the precursor to the postcard. Those who are interested may go to the website and compose a souvenir of their own and print it.