Bern's Renaissance-style Bundeshaus Parliament building remains on the edge of the high ground over the Aare River.
The domed focal square contains the two assemblies of the Swiss Parliament, the gathering spots of the National Council, and the Council of States; in the east wing and west wings are different government offices and the elected library.
The whole place is available to guests. Access is somewhat confined when Parliament is in session. From the Bundesterrasse, which lays on enormous holding dividers, there are amazing perspectives of the stream Aare underneath and the Alps past.
Simply outside the Bundeshaus is the Bundesplatz where an amazing vegetable and blossom showcase happens on Tuesday and Saturday mornings.
All around the square are bistros, shops, and Renaissance-style structures and additionally the Banknote Museum. Just past is the Little Redoubt, a famous perspective in Bern, with an introductory outline of imperative destinations.
Beside this old structure are the patio nurseries and a landmark to Oskar Bider, who made the principal flight over the Alps in 1913.
The Theaterplatz, toward the east of the Bundesplatz, is the place you will discover the Hôtel de Musique, the Assembly and Concert Hall, and the Municipal and University Library.