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All about Camping in Bern
Why Should Visitors Choose a Camping Holiday in Bern?
Picturesque countryside to explore
Stunning waterfalls and lakes
Excellent water sports opportunities
Charming towns and villages to explore
Picturesque hiking trails to follow
Discover the Joy of Luxury Camping in Bern
Situated in the heart of Switzerland, this region of the country boasts richly varied scenery and interesting traditional towns and villages. This is the perfect place to stay for those who want to discover the true essence of Switzerland while staying in style in a luxury camping site.
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Set on the shores of Lake Thun, this luxury camping site makes the perfect place to use while exploring the area. The site provides plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy, while this is also a great place to stay for those who enjoy fishing and other types of water sports.
This premium VacanceSelect is a good place to stay for fans of winter sports as the site boasts its own ski lift as well as cross country skiing opportunities. People who book a mobile home here in the summer months will also be able to spend sunny days hiking and trekking through the surrounding valley.
Beaches, Nature and Attractions
Beaches and Nature in Bern
This part of Switzerland features a large number of lakes, with many of them boasting a stretch of sand on the shore where visitors can soak up the sun. The Canton of Bern also features some of the most impressive waterfalls in the whole of Europe including Staubbach Falls and Trümmelbach Falls, which is a series of glacial falls that are situated close to the town of Lauterbrunnen.
Attractions in Bern
Berne is the capital of this part of Switzerland and this enchanting city boasts a large number of impressive attractions such as the Federal Palace of Switzerland, the Swiss Alpine Museum and the Berne Historical Museum. Visitors will also want to take a trip to Unterseen, which is a traditional Swiss town that is steeped in history and surrounded by natural beauty.
Food, Drink and Culture
Visitors who explore this enchanting part of the country will find that Swiss chocolate is made fresh in many of the traditional shops. Visitors can sit and sit a cup of coffee and soak up the scenery while they wait for their chocolate to be made.
Swiss dishes such as raclette and fondue are also served in many of the restaurants in the area, while this is also a good place to try fresh fish that is caught in the region’s large lakes.