This beautiful promenade extends along the River Aare, from the old town of Thun to Hünibach. The Aare quay and Brahms quay, which are open to pedestrians and cyclists, offer stunning views of the peaks of the Bernese Oberland.
The promenade along the River Aare is around 2 km in length. Walk from Mühleplatz towards Oberherrenhaus and the Thunerhof, where children can run around in a playground. Farther along the Aare is the Brahms quay. Relax on the lawn by the fountain of the Three Graces, and see the Brahms monument beneath a giant redwood tree. Walk to the Hünibach landing stage, from where a solar boat shuttle service runs between Schadau Park, the lido and the Hofstetten jetty on summer weekends. Combine your stroll along the Aare quay with a boat trip on Lake Thun by starting your walk from the Hünibach landing stage. As you walk towards Mühleplatz, attractive views of the old town of Thun open up.
Your highlights at a glance
- Promenade for pedestrians and cyclists extending from Mühleplatz to the Hünibach landing stage
- Brahms quay with monument below a redwood tree
- Fountain of the Three Graces, lawn and benches with mountain views
- Environmentally friendly solar boat runs from the Aare quay to Schadau Park or the lido
- Combine your walk with a boat trip to or from the Hünibach landing stage
To ensure that your trip is perfect in every way, please note
Personal tip"I love to wander along the Aare quay in spring, and admire the blossoming flowers on the beautiful promenade."
- Cyclists should give pedestrians right of way
- Allow 30 minutes to walk from Mühleplatz to the Hünibach landing stage
- The Aare quay is around 2 km in length
- Check the seasonal boat timetable from Hünibach
- The solar boat runs on Saturdays and Sundays from June to October