Is Interlaken expensive?
A vacation to Interlaken for one week usually costs around Sfr1,184 for one person. So, a trip to Interlaken for two people costs around Sfr2,369 for one week. A trip for two weeks for two people costs Sfr4,737 in Interlaken.
Does Swiss Pass cover Harder Kulm?
The transport to Harder Kulm is not a cable car, it's a funicular railway. You get a flat 50% discount on the trip . The swiss pass works for Harder Klum so you pay 50% of ticket.
How many days do you need in Interlaken Switzerland?
However, as a minimum, try to plan 3 days in the area: 1 day for Interlaken town and one of the lakes, 1 day for a trip to Jungfraujoch in combination with Wengen and Lauterbrunnen, and 1 day for visiting Grindelwald and the Grindelwald-First area.
To maintain and secure the railway and the buildings is expensive and is getting even more expensive due to the climate change and the thawing of permafrost soil which makes the rockets unstable and so the station.
Cost of Living in Interlaken
|Rent Per Month||Edit|
|Apartment (1 bedroom) in City Centre||850.00Fr.|
|Apartment (1 bedroom) Outside of Centre||800.00Fr.|
|Apartment (3 bedrooms) in City Centre||1,250.00Fr.|
Interlaken, town, Bern canton, central Switzerland. It lies along the Aare River, in the Bernese Highlands. Its name is derived from its position on the flat plain (Bödeli), 1,864 feet (568 m) above sea level, between Lakes (inter lacus) Brienz to the east and Thun to the west.
Lucerne is a small, picturesque town with a waterfront, shops, and mountains nearby. Interlaken, on the other hand, is less charming but is a better location or transport hub for most trips to the mountains. Lucerne will be a better base if you want to visit the Central Switzerland and the Lake Lucerne Region.
Interlaken is worth visiting for one day. You can easily stroll the city within one hour. It is located between two lakes, hence is the name. It takes 30 min to walk from one lake to another.