The region around lake Thun offers a variety of activities.
We have assembled some propositions for you below.
The museum is dedicated to the Historicism and Jugendstil movements and gives the impression that time has stood still since 1900. Only 5 walking minutes from the hotel. www.schlosshuenegg.ch
The Beatenberg and the Niederhorn cable car
attract you with fantastic views and offroad-scooter fun. Don’t forget to check out the longest village of Europe.
The Beatus caves
with the legend of the holy Saint Beatus and the dragons, are an experience for everybody. Come here when it’s hot outside and enjoy the fresh and damp depths of the mountains. www.beatushoehlen.ch
Lake Thun and Lake Brienz
with their emerald-blueish waters are magnificent. They look even better on a boat trip. The different boats on the lakes invite you to enjoy their waters, the beautiful view with coffee and rolls. www.bls.ch
Top of Europe, Jungfraujoch
The most elevated train station of Europe offers a view like no other. Glistening snow fields all year through and an ice palace are just a few highlights making this place so indescribable. www.jungfrau.ch
Tropical House Frutigen
Surrounded by mountains the Tropical House in Frutigen opens the door to an exotic world. Visit their own sturgeon farm, which produces Switzerland’s only caviar.
The Schilthorn & Piz Gloria
came to fame with James Bond. But you will also remember it by it’s turning peak restaurant, which turns around 360° in two hours and offers a spectacular view over the alps. www.schilthorn.ch
The Niesen, the pyramid of lake Thun
is always worth a visit. For hiking, a coffee break at the summit or for a spin with a paraglider, there’s an experience for every desire. www.niesen.ch
The city of Thun
Whether to learn more of its history on a sightseeing-tour, visit one of the many expositions at the castle or just to enjoy looking at the emerald Aare river: Thun amazes you with its diversity. www.thunersee.ch
Berne, the capital, is only a half-hour train ride away. Great to shop in the historic city, a walk along the Aare or a visit to one of the many museums. And there’s so much more to do for you in our capital city.
Interlaken, the city-in-between-lakes, is always worth a short-trip. A little stroll around the “Höhematte” or Jungfraupark, a hike or cable car ride to Heimwehfluh or Harder: Interlaken enchants you with its natural charm. www.interlaken.ch
Lucerne with its well known Swiss museum of transport, the world-famous Kappelbridge and the water tower are breathtaking. If you’re not in a hurry, take the panorama train to Brünig and watch some wildlife while getting there. www.luzern.com