Bus alpin im Regionalpark Chasseral

Highest altitude railway station in Europe.

Jungfrau Railways

A one-of-a kind trip is the rail journey with the Jungfraubahn to the Jungfraujoch-Top of Europe.

When asked why he felt the area was so popular, an American tourist said, “Interlaken and its surroundings are exactly how we imagined Switzerland would be.” The setting between the two lakes and the mountains means that its Swiss essence has been preserved.” A one-of-a kind trip is the rail journey with the Jungfraubahn to the Jungfraujoch-Top of Europe. A true pioneer of all mountain railways which is celebrating its centenary in 2012.

Mutta – Feldiser highlands

A truly spectacular journey – commencing at the Rhäzuns station en route to Engadine, the cable car traverses the Hinterrhein floodplain with views into Domleschg.

UNESCO world heritage site.

RhB’s Bernina Express train The UNESCO World Heritage recognition of the high-altitude engineering wonderland through Switzerland’s Engadin Valley honors on of the most spectacular, technically innovative and harmonious narrow-gauge railways.

At the end of the 19th century this spectacular and innovative, historic railroad engineering and nearly miraculous construction of tunnels, loops and bridges conquered mountains and connected villages. The meter-gauge (in order to enable hairpin turns) Rhaetian Railways (RhB) pioneered train travel with the longest narrow-gauge network in Europe.