Date & Time

April – October 8.30 – 17.00

Pick up & Drop off

your hotel Interlaken region

Who?

Everybody / Wheelchair

What to bring?

good shoes, jacket, camera

Including:

Transport, multilingual Swiss Driver/Guide, tickets and entry fees as above mentioned, Swiss Snacks & water,

Excluding:

Lunch, optional boat ride

Best of Interlaken and the Jungfrau Region. On this magical tour we present you the dream of Switzerland: picturesque lakes, traditional villages, stunning waterfalls, incredible gorges, chalets and cow paddocks

Details:

We leave Interlaken in the morning. First we reach Iseltwald. A traditional small village where the world seems to stand still at the picturesque lake of Brienz. We stroll around and take pictures of the great view and enjoy Switzerland off the beaten path.

Our second stop are the the famous Giessbach waterfalls above the lake of Brienz, where you’ll get impressed by the 14 waterfalls. Go for a walk “under the waterfall”, visit the “magical place museum” or simply relax at the terrace of the Swiss historic Grand-hotel Giessbach and enjoy the great view over the waterfalls and the turquoise green-blue lake of Brienz.

From the Grandhotel you have the option to ride with Europe’s oldest funicular down to the lake from where you’ll take a boat to cross the lake to Brienz, where we’ll pick you up if you prefer a boat ride instead of the car transfer. Brienz is a charming cute village and invites you to stay.

After lunch, we’ll discover the traditional chalet houses, stroll around the wonderful lake promenade and fter all you’ll get some typical cow souvenirs from the local wood manufacturer.

In the afternoon, after a short drive, we’ll reach Meiringen and the Aare Gorge. This hidden treasures. The Aare Gorge presents you the power of water and nature welcomes you to a different world: this amazing Gorge can be visited by just stepping a few meters  into the gorge or hiking 45 minutes through and get out in the next valley. From November – March the Aare Gorge is closed and you’ll visit instead the picturesque Lauterbrunnen valley.

Our last stop is the lake of Thoune. At the Neuhaus, harbour of Interlaken. Enjoy the last beautiful view point and relaxing place before returning back to the  buzzling tourist town Interlaken.

The tour is guided by your local personal Swiss guide Sibylle or her partner who are happy to include your wishes in the itinerary to create you a custom tailored, unique, unforgettable Swiss experience.

Perfect tour for you?

Highlights

  • Lake of Brienz
  • Giessbach waterfall
  • Iseltwald
  • Brienz village
  • Aaregorge
  • Lake of Thoune

Date & Time

April – October 8.30 – 17.00

Pick up & Drop off

your hotel Interlaken region

Who?

Everybody / Wheelchair

What to bring?

good shoes, jacket, camera

Including:

Transport, multilingual Swiss Driver/Guide, tickets and entry fees as above mentioned, Swiss Snacks & water,

Excluding:

Lunch, optional boat ride

Sue, Burbank, California, USA / April 18

Sibi Sibi Sibi…The best tour guide in Switzerland!

Hi! We spent 7 fabulous days with Sibi. She’s super easy-going and just wants to please AND give suggestions along the way. I liked when she’d occasionally drop us off at a site and say, “OK, I’ll meet you later in 1 or 2 hours. We were free to wander 🙂 Then she’d pick us up and we’d go to another wonderful place… maybe she’d stay with us this time to give us the insights of the area. She drove us all over Switzerland, from Zurich to Interlaken, to Geneva and even across the Italian Alps to Milan! We always felt safe and in capable hands. We took the train up to Jungfrau and spent the day at the top of the mountain… don’t miss this! She took us to a young couple’s home where the cow bells were ringing in the hills and they made cheese in their barn. Sibi always does her homework and has everything you want to do planned out so things run smoothly. If you don’t know what you want to do, she’s spontaneous and makes great suggestions. Sibi is funny and will share her insights into the Swiss history and culture. I hightly recommend Sibi and Pure Switzerland. We’ll be going back to do the things we didn’t get a chance to do, with Sibi as our guide, of course!