Steeped in tradition, with a unique character and atmosphere, Harmonie is one of Bern's oldest restaurants in the heart of the Old Town.
The Aare is the longest wholly Swiss river. It originates from the Oberaar glacier in the eastern Bernese Alps, flows through lakes Brienz and Thun, passes by the federal capital of Bern, is channelled into Lake Biel, follows the southern foot of the Jura range and finally flows into the Rhine at Koblenz, in north-western Switzerland. Passenger boats operate on the lakes as well as the river section from Biel to Solothurn.
In the middle of the city and yet far from the hustle and bustle, the Villa Lindenegg with its large garden with mature trees, flowering meadows, chirping birds and babbling fountain is an urban oasis and a place of enjoyment.
The Swiss Parliament House is the seat of one of the world’s first modern democracies and is located in the capital, Bern. Although the Bundeshaus is Switzerland’s seat of government, it also offers a range of entertainment and event opportunities for locals and visitors alike.