The timetable is basically exactly the same on all days of every week and throughout summer and winter. You first need to catch the train from Berne to Interlaken Ost (do not get off at Interlaken West which you stop at before Interlaken Ost). Trains on this line run about every half hour from early morning to late at night and journey takes 2 hours 3 minutes via Thun and Spiez.
On arrival at Interlaken Ost trains from there leave every half hour for Lauterbrunnen via Wilderswll and Zwellutschinen, and this journey takes 22 minutes.
As an example say you get the train departing from Berneat 0906 that will arrive at Interlaken Ost at 1003. You then can catch the next train from Interlaken Ost which departs at 1020 and you arrive at Lauterbrunnen at 1040.
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It is probably a Swiss Verterli c. 1870-80 ~41 cal. I'm told about $250. Google will bring up additional info.
There are four official languages in Switzerland. German, French, Italian and Romansch. In the case of German, Standard German is only used as the written language and in communication with strangers. The spoken language is Swiss German. There is no one 'Swiss' language. You did not say which language you wanted to use. Swiss German is spoken by about two thirds of Swiss, but it also has strong regional dialects. So in Swiss German, your question would be similar to one of these forms:
Wiä gat's Inä? Wiä gat's? Wiä häsch äs?
Did you mean: " ... which city has the most inhabitants?" That's Zurich in the north-east (ca. 300'000). Or: " ... what's the population of its capital?" That's Berne in the west (central) (ca. 180'000). About 7 million
The largest city in Switzerland by population is Zürich, then comes Geneva (French: Genève), Basel, Bern (the capital), and then Lausanne.
Bern is further east than Paris.
You have to go north to Milan, then follow the directions for the Simplon Pass (near Domodossola), when you are in Switzerland, you have to follow the directions for Berne
Or you have to go north to Turin, then north in Valle d'Aosta and follow the directions for the Grand St. Bernard Pass to Switzerland, when you are in Switzerland you have to follow the directions for Berne
or you can take a flight
or you can take a train (journey time varies between 7 and 9 1/2 hours)
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Every point on Earth has a different set of latitude/longitude coordinates, and there are
a huge number of different points in Bern.
The center-peak of the dome on top of the Federal Palace (Bundeshaus) of Switzerland in
Bern, which houses the Swiss Federal Assembly and the Federal Council, is located at ...
46.94654Â° north latitude
7.44424Â° east longitude.
Other spots around town have somewhat different coordinates.
No, you're confusing Sweden and Switzerland.
Bern is the capital of Switzerland.
The co-ordinates of the city are 46°57′N 7°27′E.
Berne is situated within the River Aare.
Sweden, where they have numbered accounts.
Bern is the capital city of Switzerland.
The answer to your question is, pastetli. Which is a meat pie type dish.
46degrees north and 7degrees east.
46'n and 7'e
Bern is the official spelling.
You sometimes see 'Berne', but that is the French spelling, Bern is in German-speaking Switzerland.
There are 57.192 miles between Zurich and Interlaken.
46°57'08"N and 7°27'00"E and 46°57'08"N and 7°26'45"E