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Spiez, another idea of Switzerland

Bountiful vineyards, verdant hills, snowy mountains and the emerald Lake Thun attract nature lovers to the tiny Swiss town of Spiez. Take a gentle cruise on the lake, hike around the Bernese Highlands or take a peek inside Spiez Castle’s 13th-18th-century rooms.

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Go for a 14 kilometres hike on the coastal footpath which leads to Faulensee or get on the "Spiezer Zügli", the little train of Spiez, to appreciate a relaxing tour.

You can also discover the art and the history of the viticulture in Spiez in the homeland and vine Museum located in a charming old house. The sport lovers will feel like home here: in winter you can reach the most attractive ski resorts in the region and in summer you can try your hand at cycling, fishing or windsurfing.

Finally, let yourself be tempted by the fish specialities and a glass of local wine in a restaurant facing the lake.

Train station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Spiez can be found.

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Customer reviews

  • Value for money
    Spiez to Stressa | Robert m. | 2014/10/27
    "Easy ride had to ask backpackers to move from our seats but once again an easy journey "

  • Value for money
    Great way to see the country | Jennifer t. | 2014/09/03
    "The seats were comfortable, there was adequate luggage space and large windows enabled a good view of the countryside. Information screens in each carriage were helpful. "

  • Value for money
    The trip from hell | Robert s. | 2014/02/18
    "We had booked 2nd class seats on the train several months earlier. We are from Australia and had spent Christmas in Switzerland and were catching the train to Florence. My wife and I each had a 20kg bag and a small cabin bag. When we got on the train, the luggage area was so packed with people and luggage that it was impossible to get to our seats. We got out at the next stop and took our luggage to get on at the other end of the carriage thinking this might be less crowded but it wasnt. I sent my wife to find out seats and I stayed in the crowded vestibule standing over the exit steps trying to hang onto our luggage. At each stop, more people got on with their luggage which made things worse. It seemed that more tickets had been sold than seats were available. Also, I didnt see any train staff members the whole trip and was unable to have my duty free forms processed. This was the worst train trip I have had. I know it was a busy time of year but this was ridiculous. "

  • Value for money
    Good | Seungho c. | 2013/09/17
    "Would recommend trains over planes or buses "