How To Do The Swiss Alps | 2019 Travel Guide | Jungfrau Region

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  • Oh my goodness. I hate commenting on your videos because there is so much to talk about. I can’t write a book on this one. So just, that reservoir water!? WHAT?

    Ok but last thing why isn’t this sponsored. This vid will crack a million over its lifetime. All the brands missed out. All of them.

  • Airtime Paragliding says:

    I'm so glad you had a great time flying with us! Great video – come back to Lauterbrunnen soon 🙂

  • Anil Goorahoo says:

    I've NEVER commented on anything before but hands down, this is unquestionably THE BEST 'How to do the Swiss Alps' videos I've come across. It's great that you highlight the magnificent scenery and give INVALUABLE details on how to use the transit system to get there. This video is going to help my family tremendously when we visit the region in a couple of weeks. Thank you so much. I'm taking this video with me for guidance.

  • Wow this place is magical…. I really love your videos, you’re the only person I’ve seen who has been able to make truly remarkable content with children included…. 👨‍👩‍👦‍👦

  • Anthony Vollono says:

    Very cool video. I’m heading there next month and I appreciate your ideas. I’m an older guy with wobbly knees so I’ll be staying off the mountains ledges to hike but it seems relatively tame. Awesome video. Thank you for it..

  • Miguel Jurado says:

    THAAAANNNK YOUUUU! thank you for infecting us with this views… I'll do this definitely. "the more trains… THE BETTER"

  • Ugh this is beautiful! Grindelwald is my second home and it’s wonderful to see such a well put together video. I wish I had the money for a drone I so want to make an aesthetic video

  • for those planning on hiking: map.geo.admin.ch is the official map system of switzerland provided by the government. it's also available as an app ("Swiss Maps"). The app will let you download map tiles for offline use.

    You can also draw and measure tracks including hight profiles in the app as well as online.

    Feel free to ask any questions – I'm a swiss scout..

  • Amazing footage, nice editing, humorous. Kudos to you for traveling with such small children. I know how hard it can be. Big thumbs up from me.

  • Beautiful, but….next time try ❤️💛 ITALIAN TIROL 💙💚 More beautiful and cheapest in comparation with Switzerland!

  • This video inspired me to travel to the swiss alps! Can't thank you enough for the tips you provided. Ended up staying in Lauterbrunnen my entire trip and I instantly fell in love. Already planning to go back someday 🙂

  • Excellent vídeo!!! I know some of the places you visited…i wanna come back soon… greetings from Costa Rica!!!

  • Love your S wiss video… great approach… keeps me interested from A-z… // normally I can't watch a Y-vid this long…// camera work is creative, simple, beautiful…only wish you guys made more on Switz…. just subscribed… love your work…

  • It’s a very well made video, thanks! I love Switzerland, we normally go every summer riding through the Alps on our motorbikes.

  • Not many that have that original sense of humor… love it!
    How to improve? Do not wear jeans for hiking :-D… there is specific hiking trousers/pants for that, much more comfortable!

  • Flourish Ever After says:

    Gorgeous!!! What month did you go in? We are heading there this September and wondering what clothing to pack for comparison.

  • Wow … so I hv just done this whole trip in the swiss alps in may 2019. . but ur vdo showed me how much i missed soaking it up. Will definitely be doing another round .. and will bike n hike more this time around .. way to go .. love the way you hv made ur vlog 👍🏻

  • You literally plan the itinerary so well that it makes it so much easier for me to plan. this video is so amazing and so detailed!

  • Nicholas Jones says:

    Hi, I enjoy your video. I'm curious to know in which month you traveled to the Alps. The weather looked pretty great.

  • Planning a trip to Switzerland with my sisters and this is helping us so much!!!!!! Thanks for making such a beautiful vid. Your fam is so cute!

  • Love your videos, I just got back from a week in Wengen, and did all those things plus 2 times Paragliding, once with Airtime and one in Interlaken. Unbelievably beautiful and COOP is awesome. I watched your Lisbon videos and went there back in April, great tips for Sintra.

  • Okay, I`m from Switzerland and i loved it!!! You did everything right and understood how to discover Switzerland. 🙂 p.s almost everyone in Switzerland buy the food in a grocery store for a picnic 😉

  • Richgine Valmonquez says:

    O my gosh! This is at the top of my bucketlist! Thank you for sharing your videos. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

    Do you mind if I ask you how much you spent(per person) for the 7 days?

  • We stayed at the Staubbach Hotel to the left of where you were sitting at the church. We hiked from Grutschalp to Murren to Gimmelwald. We went up to Jungfrau (pronounced yoong frow). Hiked down from Klein Scheidegg to Wengen. Incredible area!!

  • I live in Switzerland and I just went to lauterbrunnen for my summer holiday, and i realized how touristy it is there. if you want to see proper Switzerland, the Jungfrau region isn't the best place. But is still beautiful.

  • J. R. R. Tolkien visited in 1911 the Lauterbrunnental. Rivendell from "The Lords of the Ring" looks like the Lauterbrunnental.
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rivendell
    Greetings from Switzerland

  • I am from Switzerland and I really liked the video. Plus i found it really funny how you pronounced the names expecially COOP

  • I've been back to the Lauterbrunen Valley many times. I stay at the Baren Hotel in Wilderswil. Love it there because it has old world charm and I think dates back to the 1700s. Loved going to top of Europe. Love taking a cable car to the top of an alp then walking down. One time with friends, we took bottles of champagne with us, hid them in the snow, then came back an hour later for a champagne picnic by a waterfall. Take the boat ride on the lake. It goes from Interlaken to Spiez and beyond. But get off at Spiez and there is a train waiting for you at the station to take you back to Interlaken. All transportation in Switzerland runs with the precision of a Swiss watch.

  • tripack Onetooth says:

    I am glad you appreciated my country 🙂 And yes, you are right ! Switwerland is freaking expensive… That's why, as a disabled retiree, I do live overseas… Few people know that over 10% of the swiss population lives under the poverty line 🙁 You are perfectly right too, not to eat too often in restaurants… Unless you are going with locals who know the cheap addresses, you will get bankrupted very fast ! You have Coop and Migros supermarkets where you can buy a lot of quite good stuff, but you could also do some research about small farmers' cooperatives that often propose very fresh and cheaper alternatives for vegetables, meats, dairies… There is also a lot of wild foraging to do in Switzerland, wild blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, mushrooms, even "weeds" like the amazingly yummy young dandelion sprouts (in salad with some fried bacon and a poached egg) or many thistles that you "undress" to eat the heart (like you would do with artichokes) ! In many alpine grounds you will also find alpine "chalets" where farmers live for the summer with their cows or sheeps' herds. They quite all the time sell at a cheap price their productions, cheeses, smoked hams and sausages, air dried beef… I do hope that you will come again and visit some other parts of my country, like my home place which is Gruyeres surroundings in Freiburg state 🙂

  • Priyanka Khivasara says:

    Just curious, which drone did you use to shoot the aerial views? Were there any restrictions for drone flying?

  • This video has been so helpful. Drove to Lauterbrunnen and parked in the Train Station car park (cost CHF14 euros for the whole day). Then took train to Wengen… cable car to Mannlichen (so beautiful). Cable car to Grindlewald was closed for renovations so went back down to Wengen on cable car (you could take the bus from Mannlichen too) and took train to kleine Scheidegg and changed to Grindlewald. Had intended to then go up to First and do Go Karts but kids wanted to do mini golf in Grindlewald (CHF9 adults, CHF6 Kids). Which was a lot of fun. Spent so long that the First activities all booked up so took a train back to Lauterbrunnen (quicker train went towards Interlaken and the changed to Lauterbrunnen). We left Lauterbrunnen at around 9am and got back there around 4:30pm. Quite the full day.

    Used the Jungfrau Travel Pass. Which I think we got our money back in useage in this one day.

  • Loved this video! My wife and daughter will be traveling to Switzerland from Nov 1-8 this year and they may just follow your itinerary (weather permitting). I know you suggested to buy the Jungfrau pass- do you think they should buy the Swiss Travel Pass if they will spend most of their time in Jungfrau region? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!

  • What the best way to get to the Jungfrau Region from Zurich ? is there a direct train ? will the Jungfrau pass cover the train ride from Zurich to Jungfrau ?

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