The Jungfrau in the background, flanked by the immense panorama of the Bernese Alps, at the foot of the spectacular Lauterbrunnen valley: Wengen offers a pure mountain experience. In the car-free Lauberhorn village, which is only accessible by the Wengernalp Railway, relaxation is guaranteed, whether hiking or taking in the sun on the terraces of hotels and restaurants.

Getting to Wengen

By rail
Via Bern or Lucerne to Interlaken-Ost. Change to the Bernese Oberland Railway to Lauterbrunnen. Change to the Wengernalp Railway to Wengen.

By car (Wengen is car-free)
Via Bern or Lucerne to Interlaken. Or from the south via the Grimsel Pass (summer only) or the Simplon Pass and the Lötschberg car-transport train to Interlaken. Then follow the signs to Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen. Parking is available in the car park at the railway station. With the Wengernalp Railway to Wengen. Wengen is car-free.


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