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Bern-Belp Airport

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Opening hours

Mo-Fr 0730-1800
Sa 0730-1300
Su closed
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Flughafen, 3123

Telephone: +41 31 318 21 60

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Hertz at Bern-Belp Airport

Located within the canton of the same name, Bern in Switzerland is regarded as one of the best places to live across the globe. Known as the “city of fountains” due to the sheer number that the city is home to, the de facto capital of Switzerland is a good place to begin your holiday in the country.

If you hire a car from Bern Airport you can take a trip to explore the Zytglogge, an ornate clock tower located in the Old Town. The House of Parliament building is also worth visiting due to the incredible architecture and stature of the construction. Guided tours are available if you want explore the inside.

The Old Town of Bern is an absolute must-see when in the Swiss capital. It's a beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site that dates back 800 years and contains some of the most stunning historic architecture in Europe.

Hire a car from Bern Airport and take the short drive to the Einsteinhaus (Einstein House). As per it's name, this house was occupied by Albert Einstein from 1903 to 1905, and has since been converted into a museum with some fascinating exhibitions and insight into the great inventor's life.