Chessu

Chessu

The gasworks site with its dome covered in graffiti has been a symbol of autonomy and self-determination since the youth movement in the 70s.more

Gambrinus Loungeria

Gambrinus Loungeria

The Gambrinus Loungeria is neither bar nor lounge nor even trattoria, but rather a fusion of all of these. It is an overall concept with a little something special that never fails to impress on any day of the week. Enjoy relaxing evenings,...more

Going with the flow – naturally

Going with the...

The Aare is the longest river lying entirely within Switzerland. Between...more

Pile dwellings

Pile dwellings

The prehistoric pile dwellings around the Alps were officially...more

Chessu

The gasworks site with its dome covered in graffiti has been a symbol of autonomy and self-determination since the youth movement in the 70s.

The gasworks site with its dome covered in graffiti has been a symbol of autonomy and self-determination since the youth movement in the 70s.

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Gambrinus Loungeria

The Gambrinus Loungeria is neither bar nor lounge nor even trattoria, but rather a fusion of all of these. It is an overall concept with a little something special that never fails to impress on any day of the week. Enjoy relaxing evenings, Mediterranean delicacies or live concerts against a background of modern architecture with skilfully coloured accents.

The Gambrinus is located in the trendiest part of Biel. With our extensive cocktail menu there is something to delight every connoisseur.

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Going with the flow – naturally

The Aare is the longest river lying entirely within Switzerland. Between Biel and Solothurn, it offers perfect conditions for canoeists.

The Aare is the longest river lying entirely within Switzerland. Between Biel and Solothurn, it offers perfect conditions for canoeists.

Going with the flow – naturally
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Pile dwellings

The prehistoric pile dwellings around the Alps were officially recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010.

The prehistoric pile dwellings around the Alps were officially recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010.

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