You can reach Aeschi by post bus with lines 61 and 62 every half hour from Spiez. Line 62 runs every hour to Aeschiried. The last bus to Aeschiried leaves around 7:30 p.m.
From July to October at the weekends and on public holidays there is a post bus operating to Suldtal. This bus is financed by a sponsorship and is not an official Postbus route. For this reason, a special tariff applies. Regular season tickets (GA, Half-Fare Card, etc.) are not valid. With the PanoramaCard (guest card) you travel for free on this line.
You can access the online timetable here:
Coming from the north, use the autobahn via Basel (A2), Zurich (A1) or Geneva (A1) to Bern. From Bern, follow the A6 motorway to Thun/Spiez (exit no. 19). After another 5 km on a well-made main road you will reach your holiday destination of Aeschi. When arriving from the south, use the Simplon Pass and then the car transport on the Lötschberg (www.bls.ch/autoverlad).
|Departure point||Distance||Travelling time|
|Zürich||171 km||2 h|
|Basel||136 km||1 h 40 min|
|Genf||202 km||2 h 25 min|
|Bern||43 km||45 min|
Parking in Aeschi
There are numerous paid parking spaces available in Aeschi, Aeschiried and in the Suldtal. The central parking meter allows payment with coins and with the apps Twint, Parkingpay and Easypark.
You can park for free for the first hour in the carparks in Aeschi and Aeschiried. Buy a parking ticket anyway and leave it clearly visible behind the windshield or start your parking process with one of the apps. The parking checks in Aeschi are strict and take place twice a day.
In the Suldtal you pay for your parking space from the first hour. A central parking meter is located at the entrance to the Suldtal and at the Merstaffelgraben car park. Please note that mobile phone reception in the Suldtal is not always optimal and payment via app may not be possible. We would also like to ask you to park exclusively in the marked parking spaces.
All information about parking in Aeschi can be found in the following link Dorfleben Aeschi.