Experience a true paradise on Earth in the scenic landscapes of Interlaken

From Interlaken, tourists can visit many unique mountain and lakeside towns, including the town of Spiez, which is known as the "most beautiful town in Switzerland". These towns can all be visited as day trips, but for interested tourists, choosing to stay overnight in a quiet town is also a good option.

Speicherstadt town

The Schmitten village, located by the Thun Lake, is known as the "most beautiful town in Switzerland". It is located between the Swiss capital Bern and Interlaken. The lake is clear, surrounded by mountains and the air is fresh. The most famous attraction in the village is the Schmitten Castle, which was built in 1200. Its exterior design is in the medieval Bernese style, and the interior decoration combines Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque art forms, elegant and simple. This is one of the few historical sites in Switzerland, where tourists can experience both history and a romantic atmosphere.

Lauterbrunnen

Lauterbrunnen is located slightly to the east of south of Interlaken and is a must-visit spot on the westward route in the Jungfrau mountain region. The steep rocks and towering cliffs in the valley to the north of this small village attract many hikers and cyclists. The entire valley is filled with the sound of cowbells, and every house looks as beautiful as a postcard. The German name "Lauterbrunnen" means "waterfall town", which suggests the grandeur of the scenery here. There are 72 waterfalls in the valley, and the most famous are the Staubbach Falls. These waterfalls, which cascade down from cliffs over 300 meters high, are one of the highest free-falling waterfall groups in Europe and are very awe-inspiring.

Grindewald

Grindelwald is a village located southeast of Interlaken, also known as the "Glacier Village", situated at the foot of the Jungfrau and other mountain ranges, and is a must-visit destination for those traveling to the Jungfrau. It is a famous ski resort in Switzerland, suitable for skiing beginners, experts and professionals. In addition, it is a great place for hiking and trekking, with over 100 kilometers of summer hiking trails and 120 kilometers of winter walking paths, offering panoramic views of the Alps at close range.

Tuen Castle

Thun is located at the northwest end of Lake Thun and is the gateway to the Bernese Highlands. This historic old town is about one kilometer from the lake and is located on the banks of the Aare River. The best way to get there is by boat, which takes about two hours one way, and visitors can enjoy the beautiful castle views along the shore. In the center of the old town is the Thun Castle built in the 12th century, situated on the steep mountain range overlooking Lake Thun. Built by the Duke of Zähringen, it played an important role in history as a transportation hub and is now a historical museum. The Thun Castle and the adjacent church are the most prominent and eye-catching buildings in the city!