The medieval streets of the city are still a reminder of Berne's glorious past from the 14th to the 16th century. Berne city's medieval façade, created during that period, still remains largely unchanged today.
The Zytglockenturm clock tower, the Münster cathedral, the bear pit and the breath-taking view from the rose garden are some of the lasting impressions which visitors to Berne can take home with them. Berne also has a number of cultural attractions; tidy sum of museums, a varied range of theatrical entertainment and an animated nightlife.
Bern Youth Hostel nestles up to the slope below the Swiss Parliament building, and it's only a ten-minute walk from the train station and the hustle and bustle of Bern's streets. A few meters away, alongside the river Aare, lies the "Marzili", Bern's most popular riverside swimming pool with a view of the Parliament and the Münster Bern Cathedral.
The location is not too far from the center of town, but it's a steep uphill climb ne stairs and an incline which get to the main part of old town with a cable-car for a fee. It has the advantage of being close to the free swimming pools. The hostel has a large indoor eating area with tables, an upstairs area with TV and Internet, and a large outdoor area with tables and a giant chess set
The rooms are cosy and the big common room is populated with travelers from all over the world.
Whether traveling individually, with family or in a group, Bern Youth Hostel offers space for everyone. 150 - max. 190 beds divided in doubles, 4-, 6-, or more bedded dormitories
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