Central Railroad Station, Bern

Shopping Mall · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
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. Plan my day in Bern using traveler tips and tourist information provided by Inspirock.
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  • The station has a big construction site, which makes a lot of dirt and noise. Not smoke free. Where our train stopped, we had to walk about ten minutes to the exit. The station square is not...  more »
  • It attract the travelers and the worst of the society. Very efficient for travel, transit and shopping on Sundays, but as all the stations in Europe, a place to avoid alone in late hours of the night  more »
  • That’s right- I visited this place. For me, it’s the transfer point from Zurich, where I arrive, to the Berner Oberland, where I hike. I’ve transferred here a number of times. It is a bit tricky...  more »

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