Bernese Oberland, Switzerland, Wengen
A free daily packed lunch and daily afternoon tea and biscuits are included for all Inghams guests!
The Belvedere is a popular hotel with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Enjoying a quiet location overlooking the Lauterbrunnen valley, it is just 5 minutes walk from the village centre.
Board basis options available
This property caters for the following special dietary requirements
Wengen lies on a sunny, sheltered terrace below the Jungfrau, Mönch and Eiger mountains and has spectacular views across the Lauterbrunnen valley. Everyone arrives in this charming village by mountain train as it is virtually traffic-free, and a variety of small shops, cafés and bars line the main street. Our hotels in Wengen offer you a great choice of accommodation. There are many delightful walks around and above the village, meandering through pine forests and flower-filled meadows. The excellent network of mountain railways and cable-cars makes Wengen the perfect base from which to explore the entire Jungfrau region and its fabulous walking. Don’t miss a trip to the top of the Jungfraujoch or Männlichen cable-car for magnificient views!
There are many delightful walks around and above the village, meandering through pine forests and flower-filled meadows. The excellent network of mountain railways and cable-cars gives those on holidays in Wengen easy access to endless excursion possibilities - why not take the highest mountain railway in the world to the top of the Jungfraujoch, or the cable-car up to Männlichen for stunning views of the Eiger? Walkers should take the opportunity to travel across the valley to Mürren, and Interlaken and its lakes are also within easy reach. Wengen is the perfect base from which to explore the entire Jungfrau region.
For more information on travel and transport visit our Wengen page
Return journey to picturesque traffic-free village of Mürren, which sits on a sunny terrace above the Lauterbrunnen valley.
A trip up the famous Schilthorn, set of film ‘Her Majesty’s Secret Service’, for fantastic views of the surrounding snow-clad peaks.
A ‘must-see’ for all visitors is the ultimate rail journey through the Eiger, and up to Europe’s highest railway station at 3,454m, for breathtaking views including the 14km-long Aletsch glacier and the ‘Ice Palace’.
For boat trips on Lakes Thun and Brienz or Harder Kulm funicular.
Return journey to the neighbouring classic ‘Eiger Village’.
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