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Museums and parks
Berne Historical Museum has prehistoric collections which depict the history of this city. Bundeshaus was built in the 19th century and is the city's Parliament building. Einsteinhaus is the flat that Albert Einstein had rented in Swiss. You will find Einstein's writing desk, and this is the place where he invented the theory of relativity and numerous other works.
Invasion of Berne is a tour of space invasion. Kunstmuseum is a museum of fine arts that display collections of Picasso, and many other renowned artists. Swiss Alpine Museum showcases a variety of Swiss mountains. Tierpark Dählhölzli is a zoo near the Aare River.
Zytglogge is a clock tower built in the 13th century. This is the clock that tells time, the zodiac sign of the month, and phases of the moon. The Bear Park is open all day. Bear was the first animal caught at this park. The Gurten is a hill that lays outside the city and gives a panoramic view of the Alps mountain. At this park, you can play balls, enjoy barbecues, stumble upon some cows, and take a walk around. Many open air music festivals are conducted at this park.
Rosengarten gives a splendid view of the Old Town. Swimming is one activity that you can enjoy in the Aare River.
Shopping, local festivals, and sightseeing
Festivals, dining out, shopping, and drinking. This is a small city that can be covered by foot. A hub for artists and musicians, this is a city that attracts creative souls. When in Bern enjoy their cuisine, art, music, and local festivals.
You will love strolling on the cobblestone streets, get a view of the clock tower and arcades that are beautifully preserved since the 14th century. Enjoy the artistic works of Paul Klee at the Zentrum. You can go shopping for artisan chocolates, couture fashion, and decor items.
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Swiss Travel Guides: Bern and the Bernese Oberland No. 1 by Martin Fisher