As the days grow shorter and the nights grow longer, and as the aroma of gingerbread fills the air and those first tentative snowflakes are falling, it’s the time for the Christmas markets to open.
In the capital, two places invite you to take a romantic stroll in front of the unique backdrop of historic buildings. While the Waisenhausplatz is mainly used to sell common market articles, the Christmas market on Münsterplatz focuses on arts and crafts. From mouth-blown Christmas tree baubles to exquisite wood carvings, everyone will find a suitable gift for under the Christmas tree. Christmas markets in Bern
Interlaken holiday region
The Interlaken holiday region is home to countless Christmas markets, all just waiting to be discovered. No matter whether it's a large or small market, you'll always find something your heart desires. Whether it's something home-made, delicious regional specialities or simply a pleasurable mulled wine. The pretty little houses, the snow-covered fir trees and the festive lighting will put you in the Christmas mood and make you look forward to the festivities even more. Interlaken is enchanting this year with a very special Christmas market. There will be one market house at six locations, where local market traders will offer their Christmas presents and decorations. Christmas markets in the Interlaken holiday region
At the foot of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, small and fine festivities are enchanting this year. Discover the mulled wine festival in Wengen, the beautifully decorated Advent windows in Mürren and Innertkirchen or treat yourself to a fine St. Nicholas soup on 5 December in Lauterbrunnen. So come along and enjoy the winter magic!
The biggest Christmas market in the Biel Seeland region takes place in the heart of the city of Biel. Visitors can browse the mainly homemade products on sale at around 80 festively decorated stalls. The beautiful Christmas lights shining in the narrow alleyways create a truly special atmosphere. Christmas market Biel