There is hardly a summit that you can’t reach by mountain train or cable car in the Bernese Oberland ... Drive up and walk down (or vice versa). Or, if you’re looking for something more thrilling, then why not ride back into the valley on a trottibike (Niederhorn & First), toboggan (Heimwehfluh & Pfingstegg) or Mountaincart (First). There are also many different and attractive multi-day offers available (Regional Pass, Jungfrau Travelpass, etc.).

If you're travelling with your family, then we recommended that you purchase the "Junior Card" for CHF 30 .—, which offers free travel for all children accompanied by a paying adult (bus, train, boat).


The Jungfrau Railways network covers a large part of the Jungfrau Region from Grindelwald to Lauterbrunnen. A visit to the world-famous Jungfraujoch, Europe's highest railway station, is one of the highlights of any holiday in the Interlaken region.

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Where once James Bond saved the world from the evil Dr. No, you can now enjoy a fantastic 360-degree view of the Alpine panorama from the Piz Gloria restaurant. The newly opened “Bond World” offers a look into the making of this iconic piece of film history.

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A world-renowned ski and snowboard area in the winter and a hiking paradise for the whole family in the summer. Here, against the backdrop of the mighty Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau mountains, you can experience the unique beauty of the alpine meadows and maybe even see some marmots ...

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Harder Kulm

If you would like to see beautiful mountain views but don’t have much time, then a visit to Interlaken’s house mountain, the Harder Kulm, is just the thing. The red funicular will take you up to the summit in only 8 minutes. Make sure to walk out onto the Two Lakes Bridge observation deck, from where you can enjoy breathtaking views of Lake Thun and Lake Brienz, the "Bödeli", and the Bernese Alps.

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Sit back, relax, and let the wild-romantic landscape with its mountains, picturesque villages, alpine pastures, castles, and vineyards pass by. A cruise with one of the nostalgic paddle steamers is a special experience, particularly for children. The Lake Thun boat dock is right next to the hotel. Hotel guests can use their guest cards for free boat travel to Interlaken West.

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No matter which one of the over 120 km of hiking and mountain trails you choose, the spectacular view of the Lake Thun and the peaks of the Bernese Alps will always be with you.

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St. Beatus CAVES

Explore the magical world of stalactites and stalagmites on a series of well-paved, illuminated pathways.

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The Ballenberg Swiss open-air museum in Hofstetten by Brienz offers an insight into the rural life of days gone by. Located on 66 hectares of farmland, you can see traditional crafts being made or make friends with one of over 250 farm animals ... a fun experience for the whole family.

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The mighty pyramid of the Niesen mountain thrones over Lake Thun like a picture postcard. It’s a sight that you can’t miss during your stay at the Hotel Restaurant neuhaus zum see. A funicular will take you to the summit, from where there are spectacular view over Lake Thun and the Bernese Mittelland. Alternatively, you could register for the annual "longest stair climb in the world" race and climb the 11764 steps to the top on foot.

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