We had to change trains three times with three kids and two strollers to get to Berne, the capital city of Switzerland. It was worth it.
The train from Bienne to Berne had a second floor. We happily pulled the kids and strollers up a flight of stairs just for the view. It was wonderful. The kids were beside themselves with excitement.
There was a street market in Berne.
The famous Zytglogge tower at the entrace to the medieval section of the city of Berne.
In the old town there are 6 kilometers of arcades which makes it one of the longest covered shopping promenades in all of Europe. Under the arches on each side of the street in this picture shows the arcades.
Münster of Berne is the cathedral of Berne. Construction on this magnificant Gothic cathedral begain in 1421 and was completed in 1893.