The Swiss capital of Bern was my first stop in the country, and I had the chance to stay with a friend I made in Nepal for two of my three nights.
I found the relatively small city full of curiosities, like the numerous water fountains, some of which are hundreds of years old.
The River Aare runs through Bern
One of the many city fountains, some of which date back to the 16th century
View from atop the cathedral
Will this sign really stop mischievous kids?
The city's town clock in action
A distant view of the city clock
Flea market under a graffiti'd bridge
A sign of Switzerland's medieval past
The building housing the Einstein Museum
Dave is the Founder and Editor in Chief of Go Backpacking and Feastio. He's been to 66 countries and lived in Colombia and Peru. Read the full story of how he became a travel blogger.
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