Gasthof zur Sonne

Gasthof zur Sonne

This historic guest house in the pretty village of Grosshöchstetten is full of traditional charm. Dishes both flavourful and historic are individually prepared on the old wood-fired stove.more

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A visit to this Emmental bakery is fascinating as well as delicious. From a gallery you can watch the bakers making bread, pastries and chocolates...more

Landgasthof Bären

Landgasthof Bären

At our traditional country inn we treat our guests to a range of...more

Aare

Aare

At 291 km, the Aare is the longest wholly Swiss river. It originates...more

Gasthof zur Sonne

This historic guest house in the pretty village of Grosshöchstetten is full of traditional charm. Dishes both flavourful and historic are individually prepared on the old wood-fired stove.

Gasthof zur Sonne
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A visit to this Emmental bakery is fascinating as well as delicious. From a gallery you can watch the bakers making bread, pastries and chocolates before tasting their creations for yourself. The generous Sunday morning breakfast buffet is the perfect prelude to a hike either along the river Emme, or through the delightfully hilly countryside of the Emmental.

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Landgasthof Bären

At our traditional country inn we treat our guests to a range of Emmental specialities – we have it all, from the Zvieriplätli (afternoon platter) to our rustic and gourmet menus.

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Aare

At 291 km, 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.

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.

Aare
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