With its busy old town, overlooked by the imposing castle, Thun is rightly known as the gateway to the Bernese Oberland.
The River Aare meanders through the delightful old town and the castle towers high above the historic buildings. Meanwhile, the famous 4,000- metre-high peaks draw your gaze into the distance and the lake is always within reach. In Thun – the Alpine city with a distinctive flair – there’s always something going on. You can explore the city in a variety of ways.
Thun is a place that offers plenty to see all year round.
Public guided tour of the Old Town
Sat 14.00−15.30 hours (May to November)
Wed 14.00−15.30 hours (July to August)
FoodtrailSat 10.00–14.00 hours
Tue–Fri 09.00–12.15 / 13.30–14.30 hours
- From CHF 15.00 Public guided tour
- Free of charge Children’s town map
- CHF 49.00 FoodTrail
Prices in CHF incl. VAT / Prices and products subject to alteration
Public guided tours
A public guided tour of Thun’s old town including a visit to the Schlossberg (the “castle hill”). Guided tours on other topics are also available, such as “Food and drink”, “Anna Maria Wocher and the Thun panorama”, and “Thun’s hidden treasures”.
Children’s town map
On the FoodTrail in Thun, visitors can sample six well-known specialities to eat or drink. Along the way, you also learn some fascinating facts about the town and its history. You’re sure to feel you’ve eaten and drunk well on the FoodTrail, in fact.
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