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Lauterbrunnen - How to get there and travel around the area

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Train from Wilderswil to Zweilütschinen

Train of the ’Berner Oberland Bahn’ (BOB) between Wilderswil and Zweilütschinen.
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How to reach Lauterbrunnen and how to get around

Lauterbrunnen can be reached by train and by car. The area can be explored by train, cableway and on foot. Most of the region is car-free.

How to reach Lauterbrunnen

Lauterbrunnen can be reached by train and by car. It takes 20 minutes by train to get there from Interlaken.

There is a paid parking garage next to the train station, but most hotels have parking lots for their guests. The garage is mainly used by people going up to car-free Wengen or Mürren. Come by train if you can. Even though there's a road to Lauterbrunnen, most of the area is car-free.

How to get around the area

There's a cableway up to Mürren and the Schilthorn. A cogwheel train takes you to Wengen, Kleine Scheidegg and eventually Jungfraujoch. There's also the train to Interlaken, and from there you can continue to other parts of the Bernese Oberland and Switzerland. Grindelwald can be reached by train as well. There's a bus to Stechelberg, farther up in the Lauterbrunnen valley.

You can reach Interlaken, Grindelwald and Stechelberg by car. The rest of the area is car-free.


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