Take the cogwheel mountain railway to Jungfraujoch and visit the Top of Europe, an alpine attraction with viewing platforms, restaurants, and even a Lindt Swiss chocolate shop. With your ticket, you’ll travel up through the mountain valleys, enjoying alpine views as you go. As the towns slip out of view, you’ll be greeted with soaring mountain vistas of the Mittelland, Vosges peaks, and the Aletsch Glacier. Departures are available from the stations at Interlaken Ost, Lauterbrunnen, Grindelwald, Wilderswil and Wengen
Explore the best of the Swiss Alps and discover top attractions with ease with this 3-, 4-, 5-, 6-, 7- or 8-day Jungfrau region travel pass. Explore by boat, bus, gondola and railway, and enjoy hassle-free travel around Interlaken, Grindelwald, Lauterbrunnen, Kleine Scheidegg, Harder Kulm and the Alps beyond. Follow winding hiking trails beneath the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau peaks, and marvel at the plunging valleys and rolling hillsides of the beautiful the Bernese Oberland. With your travel pass to hand, customize your itinerary and explore at your own pace.
Ascend high into the Swiss Alps with a ticket to the Matterhorn Glacier Paradise from Zermatt. Ride the luxurious 3S cableway to Europe’s highest mountain station at 12,739 feet (3,882 meters) and absorb the panoramic views and mountain air. Visit the viewing deck for 360-degree views across 38 Alpine peaks, and enjoy snow tubing, a cinema lounge, and admission to the Glacier Palace, a wonderland of ice beneath the glacier.
With an altitude of 7,109 feet (2,168 meters), Mt. First lies within the Bernese Oberland in Switzerland, offering some of the region’s most impressive Alpine views. With this admission ticket, take the cable-car from the glacier village of Grindelwald to the top of Mt. First and enjoy free time to explore at your leisure. Follow hiking trails to Lake Bachalpsee, rent a scooter, or simply relax and soak up the Bernese Oberland scenery.
Ascend to the summit of the Schilthorn with a gondola ticket that also includes admission to the mountain’s Thrill Walk, Bond World exhibition, and entry to the 360° Restaurant Piz Gloria — an eatery that rotates as you eat. Use your time at the top to visit the alpine attractions and soak up views of the Eiger, Monch, and Jungfrau peaks. Just show your voucher at the Stechelberg valley station for a relaxing mountain day out.
Explore the mountain top of Karder Kulm, looming over Interlaken, on this half-day trip. From 4,337 feet (1,322 meters) above sea level, get views of Lake Brienz, Lake Thun, Jungfrau, Mönch, and Eiger. Cable car ticket included.
Catch the funicular from Zermatt up to the mountain paradise of Sunnegga, which literally translates to "sunny corner." With this return ticket, ride the funicular up through the mountain to the sunny terrace and enjoy the stunning vistas. This family-friendly adventure is enjoyable all year round and offers beautiful views of the Matterhorn.
Book in advance to visit Schynige Platte by vintage cogwheel train. While the mountain ridge is spectacular, the journey to get there is the main draw and this option makes it easy for you. With your prebooked ticket, you’ll board the historic train at Wilderswil at a convenient time for you, then relax as the train climbs through the rugged landscapes of the Bernese Alps. Hike, soak up the views, and try Swiss specialities at the summit level restaurant before your descent.
See the Matterhorn and the Valais Alps from the Rothorn peak in Zermatt. With a round-trip ticket to the summit, you’ll travel on the fast Sunnega funicular, an 8-man gondola, and a cable car, enjoying sweeping alpine views as you go. Once at the top, how you spend your time is up to you. Hike along the Peak Collection trail to see its alpine sculptures, check out the flower trail from Blauherd, or just sit and soak up the Matterhorn views.
Explore the Glacier Canyon Grindelwald at Gletscherschlucht with a sensory walk through the canyon’s naturally formed tunnels and rock galleries. Great for lovers of nature, the walk takes 1-2 hours to complete and covers a distance of roughly 0.6 miles (1km) with interactive experiences along the way. You’ll also take in views of the waterfalls, abseiling cliff climbers, and, of course, the roaring glacial river itself.
Recognized worldwide for its exhibitions
of famous artists, such as
that Picasso, Gauguin, Manet, Degas, Modigliani or Van
Gogh, the Pierre Gianadda Foundation presents
also permanently the Gallo-Roman Museum,
the Museum of the Automobile, the Park of
sculptures: a real journey of the twentieth century: Rodin,
Brancusi, Miro, Calder, Niki of St. Phalle, etc.
The Foundation programs many concerts where occur
Internationally renowned artists: Cecilia Bartoli, Renaud Capuçon,
I Solisiti Veneti, Michel Corboz, etc.
Visit the Ecomuseum “Alter Gasthof” in Simplon village to learn about the development of the wider Simplon area. The museum’s permanent exhibition is centered around the Alter Gasthof, or old inn, which was built between the 14th and 18th centuries. Explore at your leisure, and learn about the history of the roads and transport networks around the Simplon region.