Trip from Turin
to Interlaken

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Departure from Turin
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Estimated arrival to Interlaken
13:44h

Trip duration: 284min

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Chillon Castle
Switzerland

90 min

Considering its romantic location, its long history and well preserved buildings, it doesn’t surprise that Chillon Castle is the most visited historic monument in Switzerland.... The Romans were the first to use this location for their fortification, but current looks of the castle originates from the 11th century. Castle complex comprises of 25 buildings with well maintained subterranean vaults, parade halls, and noble bedroom and of special value are the paintings from the 14th century. Booking in advance is recommended at https://www.chillon.ch/en/Z5066/guided-tours

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Thun
Switzerland

75 min

Thun is fascinating for its picturesque architecture, rich history, numerous riverside cafes and exceptional boutiques. This lovely town is settled on the banks of the... incredibly aquamarine Aare River and dominated by the Gothic castle that dates back to the 12th century. In the castle visitors can visit the historical museum and learn about the region's history. The castle also hosts temporary exhibitions, concerts and other public events in the marvelously restored Knight's Hall.

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Fenis Castle
Italy

105 min

This imposing Fenis Castle is without a doubt the most visited attraction in Valle d’Aosta. Unlike most of the castles that were built on top... of a hill, Fenis Castle has no natural defenses, but has double crenellated surrounding walls that enclose the central building and the towers. It is actually a combination of a fortified stronghold and the aristocratic, majestic home. Visitors are free to explore the extraordinary architecture while the interior can be visited through a guided tour that includes armory, dining room, pantry, kitchen, study, counts’ chambers as well as the splendid chapel. To check the castle opening hours and book the tickets in advance, please visit: http://www.lovevda.it/en/database/8/castles-and-towers/fenis/fenis-castle/979

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Aosta
Italy

75 min

Aosta, the capital of the Valle d’Aosta, not only has some amazing Roman ruins, but these ruins have been incorporated into the city and many... buildings are built on Roman foundations. Sights not to be missed in Aosta are Amphitheater which could hold up to 20,000 people; Roman Bridge, a perfectly preserved bridge which is still used today even though the river no longer runs under it; and Augustus' Arch built in 25 BC to mark Rome's victory over the Celtic Salassi tribe.

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Bern
Switzerland

135 min

Bern’s Old Town was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 for its well-preserved medieval buildings dating back to 1191, when the city was... founded by the Duke of Zähringer. Although it was destroyed by a huge fire in 1405, half-timbered houses and the characteristic sandstone buildings were gradually rebuilt. The city’s landmarks are the Clock Tower, the Prison Tower, the sculptural fountains from the Renaissance and the Gothic Cathedral which is the tallest in Switzerland and offers the best views of the Old Town. Many bustling street cafes, cultural venues and specialty shops welcome visitors in the capital of Switzerland.

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Fort Bard
Italy

105 min

With its ominous and sever look Fort Bard dominates the town of Bard and represents the most impressive example of military architecture. It was neglected... for many years but luckily restored and reopened for tourists in 2006. Today it attracts thousands of visitors a year. How unconquerable this fortress really is proves the fact that the castle’s garrison of 400 people was able to hold back 40,000 French troops for full 2 weeks. Besides the stunning views, visitors can learn more about the fortress through a guided tour and at the Museum of the Alps.