Biel or Bienne (depending on whether you're speaking Swiss German or French) is a small town near Bern and Neuchatel. The town hosts an annual Parade first month of July so I'm told by a friend who lives there.
I spent one evening there visiting my friend, as I was in the neighbouring town of Neuchatel (15 mins by train, or 30 mins if you're unlucky enough to catch the slow train).
The highlight is the Old City, which has a nice Cathedral, good restaurants/cafes, and apparently hosts a nice market every weekend.
"In this wonderful pavillion the future of Switzerl"
These people think that the official language will be Russian in the future. Here on this map you see the Lake Thun Region, but all names are written in Russian...
And the news in the TV sounds like: "30 years ago there weren´t hardly any bears in Switzerland and these days they are everywhere! It´s kind of a plague and the rangers have a lot of trouble to keep them out of the villages......."
In another part of this pavillion short films are shown how life in the cities may be in 2027, and how the cities will look like...
Sure, as the polar ice is melting, around 2030 you will only be able to visit the Swiss Islands. These will be the changed signs for the Swiss cantons.
A map of the Islands. In this last room there are a lot of little TV spots about Swiss destinations and how they look like in the future! I really makes you smile!