Parkhotel Gunten

Seestrasse 90, Gunten, Bern, 3654, Switzerland | Hotel
Prices starting from $245.00

Travel Blogs from Gunten

Leg 9

A travel blog entry by yailyn.ortiz


... Schnitzel" first appeared in the end of the 19th century, with the first known mention in a cookbook from 1831. In the popular ...


A travel blog entry by tedji

... knife that you can twist around and chuck it on your bag/pocket. Also they have amazing sets collections of rings, necklaces, watches (kids), hand bags and so on! YEP I've been there, stuck with mummys for a legit 5 hours stuck in the same shop full of tourists.

Moving on,
My dad and I decided to see what Switzerland is really like in winter since we never really been there in winter season...So here we go!



Premanon to Interlaken

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan


... their way through the lush grass. It was fantastic. On our way again, we passed the border from France into Switzerland and stopped in a town called St Cergue. We popped into the local shop to buy some water and the boys enjoyed looking at the many Swiss cow souvenirs and we managed to walk out still with only water. As we left the town we watched 3 sheep running down the road being guided by a young man, it seemed they were not meant to be there. We also watched ...

Tour De Switzerland

A travel blog entry by gatormark


When we woke up this morning we still wanted to experience more nature, reading the brochures in the hostel, we knew we had slim pickings. Sky diving, bungee jumping, and rock climbing where all instantly out. So what'd we do? bikes. Even though not the most thrilling, our ride through the lower Jungfrau valley was filled with great views, ice cold mountain water, and the occasional picture break. Today was not as hot as our last few, making it a perfect ...

Chocolate Box Country

A travel blog entry by kaizen


... in case it was just Aldi but No! I have found none to date. So of course what am I craving? Yep! I think there could be a good business opportunity here, after all Switzerland is renowned for its chocolate and they do have licorice - although I suspect it is that nasty Dutch variety, toxic enough to strip your tongue after a big night out.
When I returned to my room I had room mates, a mother and daughter from the US - Dianne & Breeanna. Bree had just finished 3 months study ...

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