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The photo shows a group of people walking through an indoor area with various shops and restaurants. They are part of the Berner Biertour. The architecture includes interesting features such as a gallery level and a skylight. To the right of the picture is an elegantly covered restaurant area, and to the left appears to be a bar or café. The ambience is lively and culturally diverse.
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City tour "(Guilty) Pleasure - served with an after-work beer"

Fancy a city tour with that certain something? We thought so! That's why the legendary tour "Lust and vice - on the trail of the seven deadly sins" now comes with "Fübis" (after-work beer) and a small snack.

Private tour

This tour can only be booked by telephone on +41 31 328 12 12 or by e-mail to

Public tour

from CHF 35.00

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  • Language
  • City of Bern

The federal city is particularly famous for the Zytglogge (clock tower), the imposing Bundeshaus and the Bärenpark with its shaggy inhabitants. But eerie stories and legends lurk in the alleyways and behind the baroque façades. Rummaging through Bern's past brings to light exciting and astonishing facts that you won't find in the history books.

During this city tour, participants learn what the Unesco World Heritage Site has in common with the seven deadly sins, why the executioner had a very special kind of curler at the ready and why some people used binoculars to observe the Marzilibad from the Monbijou Bridge. Shortly after the start, participants are given an after-work beer each at Café Florian at the railway station (non-alcoholic if desired). At the halfway point, the second Fübi is collected from Café Fédéral on Bärenplatz and the first appetite can be satisfied with a home-made pretzel.

At the end of the tour, the city guides will be happy to give you tips on how to continue the evening with culinary delights. So be sure to ask!

Guided tours and language offers

Private tour
Spring and summer
Meeting point
Number of participants
Maximum 20 people per group
This tour can only be booked by telephone on +41 31 328 12 12 or by e-mail to

Meeting point

City Tours Bern
Bahnhofplatz 10a
3011 Bern

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