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Interlaken: Funicular Ticket to Harder Kulm

1. Interlaken: Funicular Ticket to Harder Kulm

If Interlaken had a king, he would reside on the Harder Kulm. Take a short walk from the Interlaken-Ost railway station to the Harder Kulm Railway valley station. From there, hop on the funicular in Interlaken and climb up the mountainside. Enjoy stunning views of the scenic mountain landscape. Once you ride to the top, check out the viewing platform which is 1,322 meters (!) above sea level. Marvel at the snowy peaks of the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau. Enjoy the spectacular view from the “Two-Lakes- Bridge,” where you can see the sapphire-blue lakes Brienz and Thun. Feel the thrill of standing on top of a glass-bottomed viewing platform. If you look down, you’ll really get to see what 1,322 meters look like. Visit the restaurant on top of the Harder Kulm. Although the restaurant looks like a castle, you won’t need to be a king to enjoy royal service. Relax as you admire the magnificent view of the sun setting behind the mountains. Choose when you want to make your descent down the mountain. Trains leave every 30 minutes and the last departure is at 9:40 pm.

Jungfraujoch: Roundtrip to the Top of Europe by Train

2. Jungfraujoch: Roundtrip to the Top of Europe by Train

Admire Europe from the Jungfraujoch railway station at 3,454 meters above sea level. Marvel at the Alps from Europe's highest railway station and relax on a scenic ride to and from the station. The view and adventure platform at 3454 meters above sea level unites in a place that fascinates people of the Alps: a majestic backdrop of ice, snow and rock with breathtaking far-sightedness. Once at the top, simply follow the signs to the tour and you will not miss any highlights. To do the tour it takes you aproximately 1 to 2 hours. There are also restaurants on the Top of Europe and even a Snow Fun Park in summer, so calculate 6 to 8 hours for the whole trip.

Jungfrau: Unlimited Transportation Pass

3. Jungfrau: Unlimited Transportation Pass

Get the Jungfrau region travel pass and enjoy unlimited travel on all included routes for 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 days. Take in the views at Schynige Platte, adventure at Grindelwald First, or if you prefer, watch the sunset over Harder Kulm. The Jungfrau Travel Pass offers 3 to 8 days of travel to all destinations and a special price for the trip to Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe. Your pass includes the following routes:• Interlaken - Harder Kulm - Top of Adventure• Kleine Scheidegg• Schynige Platte - Top of Swiss Tradition• Grindelwald - First - Top of Adventure• Grütschalp - Top of Family• Männlichen Mountain• Grosse Scheidegg and Bussalp by bus

Grindelwald: Glacier Canyon Entrance Ticket

4. Grindelwald: Glacier Canyon Entrance Ticket

Visit an impressive masterpiece formed by nature millions of years ago. The Lower Grindelwald Glacier carved its way through the rock over time, creating a canyon, which has now become a popular attraction in this area. Now thriving as a popular destination for a unique discovery walk through exposed rock galleries and tunnels, the glacier canyon awaits you. Visit this impressive place, where the roaring River Lütschine, the reflections of light along the steep walls, changing temperatures and cool winds will stimulate your senses in a very special way. The whole area has been divided into 6 themed worlds that can be visited - coincidence, formation, water, glacier, geology, and mysticism. A trip to the canyon is a unique experience for both - adults as well as children. So bring your family too, the glacier canyon is an easy-to-reach destination, suitable for all ages and accessible in every weather.

Swiss Travel Pass: Unlimited Travel on Train, Bus & Boat

5. Swiss Travel Pass: Unlimited Travel on Train, Bus & Boat

The Swiss Travel Pass is a must-have for any traveler to Switzerland. You can enjoy unlimited access by public train, bus, and boat to over 90 cities and towns and benefit from free entrance to 500+ museums, discounted city tours, and access to private and scenic trains with a pre-requisite seat reservation. There are two broad types of Swiss Travel Pass: Continuous and Flexi, with an option to choose from 3, 4, 8, and 15 days. Apart from it being an ‘all-in-one’ pass which allows a traveler to access all modes of public transportation within the country, it also offers numerous other benefits on the mountain excursions. Trips up to Stoos, Brunni, Klewenalp, Stanserhorn and Rigi are included in the Pass. A 50% reduction is offered on most other mountain and cableways (Gornergrat, Titlis, etc). Enjoy free entrance to museums like the the FIFA World Football Museum in Zurich, the National History Museum of Bern, the Paul Klee Center in Bern, and the Natural history museum in Geneva. Explore with access to the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Château de Chillon, and the Ballenberg Swiss Open-Air Museum. So be it the adventurous, the avid or the leisure traveler, you will have the chance to make the most of your Switzerland Travel Pass.

From Wilderswil: Schynige Platte Railway Round Trip and More

6. From Wilderswil: Schynige Platte Railway Round Trip and More

Take the traditional cogwheel train with open windows up to Schynige Platte, almost 2000 meters in altitude. Relax and enjoy the breathtaking views of Lake Thun and the impressive mountains of Eiger, Monch, and Jungfrau during the 50-minute ride. Enjoy the sounds of the alpenhorn, the Swiss traditional instrument, with a free live concert daily from 11 AM-2 PM. See the famous edelweiss flowers at close range at the Schynige Platte Alpine Garden where they grow along with the black lobelia, the paradise lily and around 650 other species in an easily accessible environment. Relax on the terrace of the restaurant and take in the amazing views. Enjoy a short stroll or try a 6-hour mountain tour. For children, the wooden cow Lily and her friends invite the little ones to play at the new playground right next to the mountain hotel. Parents can make themselves comfortable at the playground and be enchanted by the stunning mountain panorama.

Grindelwald First: Cable Car Ticket with Cliff Walk

7. Grindelwald First: Cable Car Ticket with Cliff Walk

Enjoy the stunning panoramic views of the Swiss Alps with a cable car ticket from Grindelwald Village to Grindelwald First. Get access to the First Cliff Walk to the summit. Take a seat in the aerial gondola and let it take you to the local mountain in a famous alpine area. Marvel at the beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and landscapes. Continue your journey to the summit of First by taking the First Cliff Walk. Walk through the spectacular suspension bridge and admire the breathtaking views of the Eiger North Face.

Rope Park Interlaken: Climbing Adventure with Entry Ticket

8. Rope Park Interlaken: Climbing Adventure with Entry Ticket

Spend a few hours enjoying a high ropes course suitable for beginners and adventure-seekers alike at Rope Park Interlaken (also known as Seilpark Interlaken). Have fun in the treetops enjoying Tarzan swings and more in the great outdoors on your own, as a family, or with your friends. Meet your instructor at the park, get kitted out in all the safety gear, and listen to the safety briefing before setting off into the trees to tackle the nine courses. Swing through the trees like Tarzan, cross wooden bridges, and master challenges in the treetops. To take full advantage of everything on offer at the park, set aside 2.5-3 hours. Toddlers can enjoy the Snowli courses with assistance, while older kids can do between seven and nine of the courses, depending on their height. Leave having enjoyed a great day out bonding as a family.

Interlaken: Harder Kulm Round-Trip Funicular Ticket

9. Interlaken: Harder Kulm Round-Trip Funicular Ticket

Board the Harder Kulm funicular and ride up the mountain to reach the Top of Interlaken. Step onto the glass-bottom viewing platform and take in unbeatable views of the surrounding countryside from 1,322 meters above sea level. Skip the line and board the funicular through a separate entrance. Then, get ready to ride to the summit station of Harder Kulm. Enjoy the thrill of the steep ride and admire the picturesque landscape as you travel. Once at the summit, take a short walk to visit the Two Lakes Bridge, a viewing platform with a glass floor. Stop at the summit restaurant and purchase a refreshing drink or a tasty meal before heading back down the mountain with your round-trip funicular ticket.

Interlaken: Lauterbrunnen & Mürren Village Small Group Tour

10. Interlaken: Lauterbrunnen & Mürren Village Small Group Tour

Explore the Swiss Alps and see the rocky cliffs of Lauterbrunnen, home to the spectacular Staubbach Falls. Ride a cable car to Mürren and admire the chalets. Marvel at the peaks of Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau. Explore the village on your own and go for a hike. Arrive at the meeting point to start the tour. Then, visit the village of Lauterbrunnen, known for its rocky cliffs and Staubbach Falls, a spectacular waterfall which is 974 feet (297 meters) high. After this, travel by cable care to Mürren, an alpine village that is not accessible by road. Take in the view of three spectacular alpine mountains, Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau. Admire the wooden chalets and meadows of this village, which was famously featured in a James Bond film. Enjoy 2 hours walking around in the village, and go for a fun hike on the trails if you like. Afterward, return back, and choose to split from the group at Lauterbrunnen to visit the Trümmelbach waterfalls.

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What people are saying about Interlaken

The best investment to get to know Switzerland. The 4-day pass is valid from 00:00 on the first day and ends at 05:00 on the fifth day. So it gives a good margin. You don't have to activate anything, just show the pass to the conductor or at the museum ticket office.

This is a must when traveling to Switzerland. Easy to use. Bought it last October so I got the 30% off. The ticket with QR code (SBB) will be sent to your email after few minutes once paid.

We made use of the Swiss Travel Pass. It was amazing. The ticket arrived right and fast. And great value. I recommend

It was a great experience! The ticket had an open schedule so we could organize our other tours

Worth a 2-week journey as we used the trains a lot. Also it works as a museum pass as well.