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A general overview of the economic and transportation aspects of Bern, Switzerland. 

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Economic Overview:

  1. Diversified Economy: Bern is the de facto capital of Switzerland and serves as the headquarters for many national and international companies. The city has a diversified economy, with significant contributions from sectors like finance, information technology, pharmaceuticals, and public administration.
  2. Financial Sector: Bern is home to several banks, insurance companies, and financial institutions. The Swiss financial sector, known for its stability and confidentiality, plays a crucial role in the city’s economy.
  3. Government and Public Administration: Being the capital, Bern houses many government offices and administrative functions, contributing to the economy through public services.
  4. Research and Education: The city hosts universities and research institutions, fostering innovation and contributing to the knowledge economy. The University of Bern is a prominent institution in this regard.
  5. Tourism: Tourism is an essential component of the Bernese economy. The city’s well-preserved medieval old town, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and cultural attractions draw tourists from around the world.


  1. Public Transportation:
    • Trains: Bern has an efficient and well-connected railway system. The main train station, Bern Hauptbahnhof, is a major transportation hub with connections to domestic and international destinations.
    • Buses and Trams: The city has an extensive network of buses and trams operated by Bernmobil, providing convenient and reliable public transportation within the city.
  2. Road Network:
    • Highways: Bern is well-connected to the Swiss highway system. The A1 and A6 motorways intersect near the city, facilitating easy access by road.
  3. Air Transportation:
    • Airport: While Bern does not have its own international airport, the Bern Airport (Bern-Belp) serves as a regional airport offering connections to some European destinations. Most international travelers use Zurich Airport, which is about an hour and a half away by train.
  4. Biking and Walking:
    • Bern is a pedestrian-friendly city with a well-developed network of walking and biking paths. Many residents and visitors prefer cycling or walking to navigate the city due to its compact and picturesque layout.
  5. Taxis and Ride-Sharing:
    • Taxis and ride-sharing services are available for convenient and flexible transportation within the city.

It’s essential to check for any updates or changes to the economic or transportation landscape in Bern.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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