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Worb
Trans Swiss Trail
Trans Swiss Trail
Stage 11, Worb–Lützelflüh
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Trans Swiss Trail
Trans Swiss Trail
Stage 10, Bern–Worb
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Cycling in

Worb
Mittelländer Hügelroute
Mittelländer Hügelroute
Stage 1, Thun, Heimberg–Langenthal
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Lötschberg–Jura
Lötschberg–Jura
Stage 2, Thun–Biel/Bienne
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Herzroute
Herzroute
Stage 5, Langnau–Burgdorf
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L'Areuse–Emme–Sihl
L'Areuse–Emme–Sihl
Stage 3, Bern–Huttwil
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Bern-Süd-Route
Bern-Süd-Route
Route 37, Bern–Schwarzenburg (Rüschegg)
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Grünes Band Bern
Grünes Band Bern
Route 888, Belp, Flughafen–Belp, Flughafen
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Worb
Worb

Worb

As so many other municipalities on the edge of a city, in recent years Worb has increasingly become an agglomeration municipality: modern, of its time and functional - but losing some of its atmosphere in the process.
Worb’s real landmark is its castle, standing exposed above the village and catching the eye with its defiant keep. First mentioned in 1130, it was rebuilt in 1535 after a fire. It is privately owned and not open to visitors.

A great hit with younger bathing guests because of its long slide is the centrally-placed Worb Freibad (lido), also ideal to freshen up after a summer cycling tour.

The commuter stream into the capital has made the once unhurried, one-meter-gauge line via Gümligen and Bolligen-Worblaufen to Bern into an efficient tram and train service, to the benefit of all those wanting to take the train for a detour into the capital city.

The Stiftung Rüttihubelbad, four kilometres outside Worb in an extremely scenic setting, offers a hotel, restaurant and conference centre as well as the Sensorium, a permanent exhibition on sensory perception und laws of nature phenomena, with around 40 experience stations - stimulating experiences for all ages.

Highlights

  • Dentenberg (740m) - close to Worb with views of the Bernese Alps, popular for walks or easy cycling tours.
  • Sensorium, Rüttihubelbad - permanent experience exhibition on sensory perception and the laws of nature.
As so many other municipalities on the edge of a city, in recent years Worb has increasingly become an agglomeration municipality: modern, of its time and functional - but losing some of its atmosphere in the process.
Worb’s real landmark is its castle, standing exposed above the village and catching the eye with its defiant keep. First mentioned in 1130, it was rebuilt in 1535 after a fire. It is privately owned and not open to visitors.

A great hit with younger bathing guests because of its long slide is the centrally-placed Worb Freibad (lido), also ideal to freshen up after a summer cycling tour.

The commuter stream into the capital has made the once unhurried, one-meter-gauge line via Gümligen and Bolligen-Worblaufen to Bern into an efficient tram and train service, to the benefit of all those wanting to take the train for a detour into the capital city.

The Stiftung Rüttihubelbad, four kilometres outside Worb in an extremely scenic setting, offers a hotel, restaurant and conference centre as well as the Sensorium, a permanent exhibition on sensory perception und laws of nature phenomena, with around 40 experience stations - stimulating experiences for all ages.

Highlights

  • Dentenberg (740m) - close to Worb with views of the Bernese Alps, popular for walks or easy cycling tours.
  • Sensorium, Rüttihubelbad - permanent experience exhibition on sensory perception and the laws of nature.

Arrival and return Worb

Adresse

Bern Tourismus
Tourist Information
Bahnhofplatz 10a
3011 Bern
Tel. +41 (0)31 328 12 12
info@bern.com
www.bern.com

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Hiking in

Worb
Trans Swiss Trail
Trans Swiss Trail
Stage 11, Worb–Lützelflüh
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Trans Swiss Trail
Trans Swiss Trail
Stage 10, Bern–Worb
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Cycling in

Worb
Mittelländer Hügelroute
Mittelländer Hügelroute
Stage 1, Thun, Heimberg–Langenthal
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Lötschberg–Jura
Lötschberg–Jura
Stage 2, Thun–Biel/Bienne
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Herzroute
Herzroute
Stage 5, Langnau–Burgdorf
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L'Areuse–Emme–Sihl
L'Areuse–Emme–Sihl
Stage 3, Bern–Huttwil
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Bern-Süd-Route
Bern-Süd-Route
Route 37, Bern–Schwarzenburg (Rüschegg)
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Grünes Band Bern
Grünes Band Bern
Route 888, Belp, Flughafen–Belp, Flughafen
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Mountain biking in

Worb
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