Trans Swiss Trail Emmental

Trans Swiss Trail Emmental

The "Trans Swiss Trail" is the first long distance hiking trail fully developed for tourism which traverses Switzerland from North to South.more

Lötschberg AOC

Lötschberg AOC

Original Swissdom does hype. Centrally located in the upper Old Town. With youthful open-mindedness, we will treat you to Swiss specialities in our...more

Altes Tramdepot

Altes Tramdepot

The restaurant with its integrated brewery is located right next to the...more

Ringgenberg

Ringgenberg

Sports, play and fun define bicycle riding on former railroad tracks.more

Trans Swiss Trail Emmental

The "Trans Swiss Trail" is the first long distance hiking trail fully developed for tourism which traverses Switzerland from North to South.

The "Trans Swiss Trail" is the first long distance hiking trail fully developed for tourism which traverses Switzerland from North to South. The section through the Emmental valley does not lead across high mountains, but through a landscape with gently rolling hills, magnificent farms and flower-bedecked meadows. Overnight stays and breakfast, luggage transport and hiking maps are included in the package.

Lötschberg AOC

Original Swissdom does hype. Centrally located in the upper Old Town. With youthful open-mindedness, we will treat you to Swiss specialities in our light, urban and stylish restaurant.

Original Swissdom does hype. Centrally located in the upper Old Town. With youthful open-mindedness, we will treat you to Swiss specialities in our light, urban and stylish restaurant.

Altes Tramdepot

The restaurant with its integrated brewery is located right next to the new BearPark and offers a fantastic view of Bern's Old Town and the Aare river.

The restaurant with its integrated brewery is located right next to the new BearPark and offers a fantastic view of Bern's Old Town and the Aare river.

Ringgenberg

Sports, play and fun define bicycle riding on former railroad tracks.

The nostalgic expedition starts in Laupen near the train station and leads on the former railroad route up to the turning point near the Gümmenen Train Station.