Schilthorn Piz Gloria /Mürren
Located the Jungfrau Region, you can combine your visit to Lauterbrunnen/Mürren and the Mount Schilthorn Piz Gloria (2970m), «On Her Majesty’s Secret Service» James Bond 007 film location.
-Skyline View Platform: Amazing view of the mountains Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau (UNESCO World Heritage) and on more than 200 other summits.
-360º Restaurant Piz Gloria: Panoramic Restaurant
-Bond World: Exhibition with all about the film and the world of James Bond.
-Bond Cinema Schilthorn
-007 Walk of Fame
-Lilly’s magic Kidsslope
Allmendhubel Flower Parc
Near to the Schilthorn, there is a Special Family Fun offer at the Allmendhubel (1907m), where Kids can explore the Flower Parc and Flower Trail. The package for 2 adults and a maximum of 4 children includes Allmendhubel round trip (from Mürren) and tasty Allmiboden macaroni pasta with ham, cheese and apple sauce, 3 dl soft drink in the panorama restaurant Allmendhubel.
Mürren is a typical dream Swiss Alp Village, only accessible by Train/Cablecar. Just about 15min from Lauterbrunnen, first you take the Cablecar with a Panoramic view of Lauterbrunnen and the mountains Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau (UNESCO World Heritage) to Grütschalp, and from there the train to the village. Mürren offers many family attractions such as the Alpines Sportzentrum Mürren, with activities like Outdoor Whirlpool, Alpine Spa, Kidsparadise, Massage & Beauty, and Fitness. Another attraction is the Show Window Museum in Mürren and the Via Ferrata Mürren – Gimmelwald. We choose the Bellevue Hotel Mürren for our dinner, the food was delicious and the view of the mountains incredible!
A form to explore the Jungfrau Region on a budget is the Jungfrau Travel Pass. Valid for unlimited travel on 3-8 consecutive days and a special price for the trip to Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe (Fr.61/Fr.74 adult). Take a look at the price list online, click here.
Is it worth it if I have the Swiss Travel Pass? It depends if you will stay in the Jungfrau Region and want to explore all around, definitely yes. My advice is, depending on the age of the children, it can be exhausting going up to the mountains on consecutive days.
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