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Central Railroad Station, Bern
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Gain access to other parts of Switzerland, France, Germany and Italy via Central Railroad Station, a historic station constructed between 1858 and 1860 and rebuilt and renovated several times. Operated by Swiss Federal Railways, the country's second-largest train station offers tourist information as well as other services like ticketing and currency exchange. Its large glass exterior stands out, and the inside resembles an airport terminal with modern amenities. In addition to transportation options, the station is known for its shopping center, featuring more than 70 shops that are open daily, even after other shops in the station have closed. Put Central Railroad Station at the forefront of your travel plans using our Bern trip builder.
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Propre, fluide, des commerces pour dépanner. Mais pas de charme particulier . A proximité du centre à piedsClean, fluid, shops to help out. But no particular charm. Near the Center on footshow original
La gran estación central de Berna, también conocida como Bern Bahnohf, está en plena actividad a todas horas del día. Los trenes entran y salen procedentes y con destino a prácticamente toda Suiza. Es... read more »The Grand central station of Bern, also known as Bern Bahnohf, is in full swing at all hours of the day. Trains enter and depart from and bound to almost all Switzerland. It is a real shopping center distributed on three floors where it is possible to admire archaeological, buy clothes, food and even pharmacy items and fashion accessories... There are various Migros and Coop (supermarket) with longer hours than in those who are outside the station. The outputs are well indicated as well as trams and buses that we find in each one of themshow original
This is a bustling place and not just due to the amazing mass transit. It's an underground mall although there are more eateries than anything else. Fabulous breads, pastries, even a grocery store. Pe... read more »
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