International Club of Berne

Swiss Castle Day

Sunday, 7th October 2018 (all day)

Location: various

This event is in the past.

See the Comments for suggestions of where and when to go somewhere!
Graham

On 7 October, 20 castles and fortresses across Switzerland will be rolling out the red carpet for the 3rd Castle Day organised by THE SWISS CASTLES association!

The motto this time round is “Look and see!” and the dominant theme is Cultural Heritage Year 2018. Previously unknown, hidden treasures will be on show, giving a unique insight into castle life from days gone by. And there’s a full programme of events for all ages to join in, with guided tours, games, fun activities and, of course, lots of delicious local foods to enjoy. Join us on a journey of discovery through Switzerland – country of castles and fortresses!

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Graham wrote
at 10:48pm on Thursday, 4th October 2018
Saturday 6 Oktober a tough hike
Hike from Rütli to Niderbauen Chulm via Stollenloch (T4)
https://www.meetup.com/Meetup-Bern/events/255261003/

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Saturday 6 Oktober - an easy walk
Geneva walking tour
https://www.meetup.com/Meetup-Bern/events/255232941/

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Sunday 7 October - an easy hike
Fafleralp - Anenhütte T2 hike
https://www.meetup.com/Meetup-Bern/events/255241359/
Graham wrote
at 1:47pm on Thursday, 4th October 2018
http://www.dieschweizerschloesser.ch/fileadmin/user_upload/Schloessertag_Programme_2018_Alle_Schloesser.pdf
Graham wrote
at 1:47pm on Thursday, 4th October 2018
We went last year to Waldegg - great entertainment. And first, with a visit to the Verena Gorge.

This year we visited Jegensdorf already. And we go yearly to Oberehofen to see the Shakespeare theater or other events.

So perhaps Thun or Spiez. Or further afield? Proposals are wanted.

Graham

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