The Parliament Building
The national government building. You can even go inside and I think it's free, but you need to make a reservation/booking.
“Finn, Björk and Ursina are three brown bears that have been leaving in this park along the bank of Aare river since 2009. You will see them playing, climbing, catching fish or just relaxing and rolling in the grass.”
“Only a few minutes with the bus nr.10 from Viktoriaplatz to Paul Klee Zentrum. They have intresting exhabitations if you like expressionism and surrealism.”
“for a nice walk along the river Aare - if you walk against the current you will end up in wonderful nature... If you walk with the current you'll arrive at the "Bärengraben" (yes, Bern has bears).”
“About a half of the Dählhölzli is freely accessible or visible, for example the enclosures along the Aare river, the childrens' zoo and the lynx park, the wisent forest, and also the grouse and flamingo enclosures are all free. But if you wish to see more animals or if you feel like a walk over the footbridge into the forest, you will have to pay to get into the Dählholzli zoo at the entrance to the vivarium. ”