Programma serale

Mercoledì 3 luglio Aperitivo offerto da SDL, con le presentazioni di poster da parte di studenti di master, nel centro ABZ

Come durante l’ultima edizione 2017, quattro studenti presenteranno il loro lavoro di ricerca. Abbiamo pubblicato un avviso per la presentazione di candidature presso tre scuole di traduzione in Svizzera. Se desiderate partecipare in qualità di studenti, potete scrivere a Claudio La Rosa e/o Valérie Lopez.

Quest’anno SDL si unisce all’università estiva e sponsorizza il tradizionale aperitivo del mercoledì. Potrete porre tutte le vostre domande ai membri del team che terranno uno stand di presentazione il giovedì 4 luglio.

Giovedì 4 luglio – Crociera con cena sul Lago di Thun

Partiremo da Spiez alle 19:00 sull’MS Schilthorn e torneremo verso le 22:00.
L’ASTTI coprirà parte del prezzo per i partecipanti alla conferenza (per i quali il prezzo sarà di 98.- CHF anziché 120.-). Non sarà proposto alcun altro pasto serale il giovedì 4 luglio. Il prezzo comprende la crociera e la cena
Menù vegetariano disponibile. Si prega di specificare nei commenti durante la registrazione o successivamente per e-mail: astti@astti.ch


ABZ Centre

Ausbildungszentrum für die Schweizer Fleischwirtschaft
Schachenstrasse 43
Postfach 422
CH-3700 Spiez
Tel. +41 (0)33 650 81 81
Fax +41 (0)33 654 41 94
info@abzspiez.ch

By train:

1. Spiez is on the Basel/Zurich-Bern-Thun-Spiez-Lötschberg-Brig rail line.
2. Golden-Pass-Panorama (Interlaken-Montreux) trains also stop at Spiez
https://www.sbb.ch

Walking from the station to the ABZ

  1. Leave the station on the ticket office side (Bahnhofstrasse)
  2. Follow the road signs to Interlaken as far as the Migros, then turn on to Schlösslistrasse (heading downhill)
  3. After approx. 250 metres, cross Oberlandstrasse and head down on to Belvédèrestrasse, towards the lake
  4. Remain on Belvédèrestrasse, pass the church on your left and continue to the Belvedere Hotel (approx. 300 m)
  5. The ABZ Centre is located uphill, just after the Belvedere Hotel
  6. Total distance is approx. 800 m / 10 minutes’ walk

Taxi service:
Dorf-taxi Spiez: 033 650 15 15

By car:
Highway A6, Bern-Thun-Interlaken, exit 19 Spiez


SPIEZ

Nestled between hills and vineyards and dominated by a magnificent castle, Spiez on Lake Thun is an inviting destination indeed.
Above the lake the Niederhorn Range stretches as far as the Bernese Alps and forms a magnificent panorama. With a high quality of life induced by the mild climate and abundance of sunny days, Spiez is an ideal starting point for exploring a wide range of popular destinations in the Bernese Oberland and the Valais.

A visit to the Spiez Outdoor Pool and Lake-Shore Swimming Cove, a cruise on Lake Thun or maybe just a stroll along the beautiful lake promenade all make for hours of relaxation. And for the more energetic holiday maker there’s no shortage of fun either – options include kilometres of hiking and biking trails, tennis, mini golf, a fitness course, fishing, a skating rink, windsurfing and sailing.

Culture vultures will be transported back to days of old on a visit to the medieval castle with its thousand-year-old castle church. The art and history of winemaking in Spiez are featured in the museum of viticulture and local history. And to finish up your day of culture try visiting one of the many cultural events on offer, including concerts and the theatre.
Highlights
• A holiday atmosphere in Spiez Bay – sometimes described as the most beautiful bay in Europe.
Cruises on Lake Thun – comfortable saloon motor vessels and, as the crowning glory, the magnificently restored “Blümlisalp” paddlewheel steamship ferry passengers from Thun to Interlaken the whole year round.
Spiez Castle with its thousand-year-old castle church – the castle reflects the change from a medieval castle to a patrician residence.
• Gastronomy – fish speciality dishes and fine Spiez wine served at a lakeside restaurant.
• Circular hiking trail – 14 km Spiez circular hiking trail with shore path to Faulensee.
Local history and winegrowing museum – presentation of a farming household, a complete cooper’s workshop, a “Trüel” wine press and an exhibition about the work in the vineyard and cellar.
Spiezer Zügli – the popular little blue train runs between the station and the pier.
Niesen – amazing panoramic views from the Niesen summit, which rises in pyramid form as viewed on the shores of Lake Thun.

Accommodation
Gastronomie
Culture
Nature
Excursions