Interlaken in Switzerland has an enviable geographic location. It lies on a plain between two picturesque lakes – Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. Also, it is bounded by the three soaring peaks of the Eiger, Monch, and Jungfrau. 

There are more than 45 mountain railways, in addition to cable cars and chair lifts, so any place from the highest point to the lowest point is easily accessible. 

Interlaken is also located right on the Golden Pass panorama route, which begins at Montreux on Lake Geneva, goes on to the resort of Gstaad then Interlaken, and across the Brunig Pass before ending at Lucerne. If you want to learn more about what ideas to create in Interlaken, then search the browser.

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Here are some of the main attractions of this popular tourist destination.

Natural wonders

Interlaken translates to "between lakes" in English. Lakes Thun and Brienz give this region postcard-perfect beauty as well as a host of summer and winter activities, including cruises on beautifully restored steamers. 

Soaring above the pristine waters are three mountains, of which the Jungfrau is the more prominent. This peak is a part of the Swiss Alps and provides a dramatic backdrop for the views from any of the Interlaken hotels.

Railway rides

Not to be missed is a journey by rack railway to what is the highest railway station in Europe. Another tourist favorite is a trip by the cable car to the Piz Gloria revolving restaurant. These are among the two best mountain top experiences in Interlaken.

The St. Beatus Caves

A place of ethereal beauty, the St. Beatus Caves feature one entire kilometer of beautifully lit limestone caves. Here tourists can feast their eyes on large rock halls filled with stalagmites and waterfalls. The caves are accessible by car, bus, or boat.