BERNER OBERLAND

AMIDST THE ALPS

 
Over 800 lakes, international World Cup ski races, culinary splendours, breath-taking panoramas, untouched nature, lively Swiss traditions, and impressive mountains that offer peerless views crowned by the top of Europe – Jungfraujoch. Being one of Switzerland’s most varied and exciting regions, the Bernese Alps dazzle guests with unforgettable experiences in both summer and winter.

Sights & attractions

JUNGFRAU REGION - this UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Swiss
Alps offers the Jungfrau Railway that takes visitors directly through the
north face of the Eiger to the Jungfrau Joch with a magnificent view of
the Aletsch Glacier, as well as countless hiking paths.


INTERLAKEN - located between the Lakes of Thun and Brienz is the
starting point for many tours. This city offers a myriad of opportunities
for shopping, sports and entertainment in both summer in winter.


ISELTWALD - on the opposite side of Florens Resorts & Suites at
Lake Brienz, you can find this traditional fishing village with countless
opportunities for being active. Fishing, rowing, swimming, folklore and
musical performances are just some of the entertainment offerings for
tourists and guests.



THE SWISS OPEN AIR MUSEUM BALLENBERG - located between
Haslital, Meiringen-Hasliberg and Interlaken - provides insight into the
daily life of historic rural Switzerland.


MEIRINGEN - famous for the nearby Reichenbach Falls, a spectacular
waterfall that formed the backdrop for the last showdown between Sir
Arthur Conan Doyle’s fictitious detective Sherlock Holmes and his archenemy,
Professor Moriarty. The village is also known for its claim of being
the birthplace of the meringue.


Breathtaking views, impressive mountain panoramas, untouched nature,
sparkling lakes and authentic hospitality – the best of Switzerland !
The Bernese Oberland and the Bern region are worth a visit during any
season.