Interlaken Points of Interest and Places to Visit


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Jungfrau Glacier

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The Jungfrau, a sky-high saddle in the Swiss Alps and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers jaw-dropping views of the Bernese Oberland’s massive glaciers and ...  Read more

Aletsch Glacier

Recognized as the largest glacier in the Swiss Alps, Altesch glacier stretches across nearly 50 square miles of protected mountain terrain. While visitors ...  Read more

Ballenberg Open-Air Museum

Acting as a microcosm of Swiss rural tradition and history, Ballenberg Open-Air Museum covers 66 hectares in area and displays a collection of around 100 ...  Read more

Brienzersee (Lake Brienz)

Tucked between the alpine villages of Brienz and Bönigen, the pristine Lake Brienz makes a prime photo candidate with its backdrop of forested ...  Read more


First is a summit at roughly 2,200 meters above sea level near Grindelwald and Interlaken in Switzerland’s Bernese Oberland region. It’s most well known for ...  Read more

Grimsel Pass

Locals know that Grimsel Pass has a sacred place in Swiss history, as traders once rode donkeys along the dangerous paths of Grimsel to transport local cheese ...  Read more

Harder Kulm

Interlaken’s nearest mountain, sandwiched between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz, Harder Kulm is the easiest way to get a taste of the Bernese Alps without having ...  Read more

Jungfraujoch Sphinx Observatory

Named for the rocky crag it perches upon, the Jungfraujoch Sphinx Observatory was built in 1937 and stands 384 ft (117 m) above the Jungfraujoch–Top of Europe ...  Read more


Nicknamed the “Mountain of Mountains,” the Matterhorn is one of the highest peaks in Europe, reaching a mighty 14,692 feet (4,478 meters). Known for its ...  Read more


Often called the Town of Roses, Rapperswil’s beauty comes from more than just its 15,000 rose plants. Medieval alleyways, towering old structures, scenic wood ...  Read more

Rhone Glacier

The Rhone glacier in the Swiss Alps has several claims to fame. It is the source of the Rhone River, the largest glacier in the Urner Alps, and it contributes ...  Read more

Schynige Platte

Embrace the past with a trip up to the Schynige Platte on the historic 100-year-old cogwheel railway, taking just under an hour to chug along the 7km track ...  Read more

Seilpark Interlaken

Seilpark Interlaken provides adrenaline-pumping forest adventures in the scenic foothills of the Swiss Alps, with nine different courses of varying difficulty ...  Read more

St Beatus Caves (St Beatus Hohlen)

Legend has it that some 2,000 years ago, the St. Beatus caves were inhabited by a troublesome dragon, who terrified local villagers for decades until the Irish ...  Read more

Thunersee (Lake of Thun)

With freshwater swimming, waterfront beaches and a snowcapped mountain backdrop so striking it’s become the poster child for alpine getaways, it’s easy to see ...  Read more

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