Top Places To Visit in Interlaken
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As it was our last day in Swiss so we wanted to get max out it. From Zurich Hb we took a train to Brienz through golden pass line. From Brienz take a boat ride till interlaken since this is the most beutiful route to see. In the starting of ride you can see waterfalls and roaming over blue waters gives you the feeling of nothing less than heaven. This journey offers breathtaking views of swiss alps with beautiful picture scenaries around. Interlaken is a small town but hub for paragliding site. You can find various indian restaurants around. If you are fan of watches then this is the place to be. Do take horse cart ride that takes you around complete town around in 1 hour. Our next stop was Bern which is treated as capital of Switzerland. We couldnt spend much time here but it was great to have a glimpse of this city. Swizerland is kids friendly so if you are travelling with kids carry your stroller. I loved the transport system here. The only word that come in my mind after visiting siwtzerland is just WOW. Day 5: It was time to go back to India with beautiful memories and some really nice swiss chocolates.
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Although I was very amused by the name for some inexplicable reason, Harder Kulm is a paradise for hikers and those looking to have a grand view of the Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau as well as the town of Interlaken flanked by the lakes Thun and Brienz. 1322 meters above sea level, a 10 minute long funicular on the Harder Railway from the Interlaken Ost station gets you to Harder Kulm. There is a playground in order to keep children and even adults occupied and a restaurant that serves delicious local fare. 30 CHF should be enough to get you to and back from Interlaken's home mountain.
Also full of touristy shopping, I bought a whole bunch of souvenirs here. There are other interesting attractions in Interlaken, like the Mystery Park, a paranormal-based theme park, and a daily chocolate show performed by the famous Schuh chocolatier, in which one can see first-hand how truffles, pralines and other delicious chocolates are created. A 'sweet' experience indeed, as one can ask for unlimited free tastings! Before leaving, I bought myself a pack of some famous Lindt chocolates.