Add dates

LauterbrunnenBus & minivan tours

Our most recommended Lauterbrunnen Bus & minivan tours

Private Tour from Zurich to Jungfraujoch - The Top of Europe

1. Private Tour from Zurich to Jungfraujoch - The Top of Europe

During this excursion, witness the tallest point in Europe with your own eyes – the fascinating Jungfraujoch Mountain, which has been acknowledged as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The private journey will begin right from your hotel or any desired location in Zurich. Upon arrival at Grindelwald and after having a short break, ride the cogwheel train through the Swiss mountains to the Jungfraujoch train station, also known as Europe‘s highest station, which lies 3,500 meters above sea level. From this point on, dive into a Swiss snowy wonderland. Admire Aletsch - the longest glacier of the Alps, breathe in the fresh cool air and take some photographs of the captivating scenery. You can occasionally drink warm beverages or dine at one of the panoramic restaurants.  On the descending journey, admire the charming Alpine village of Lauterbrunnen, where 72 mesmerizing waterfalls and colorful Alpine meadows are located. Finally, enjoy your private return transfer to the initial meeting point in Zurich.

Montreux Private Tour: Waterfalls Valley&Aareschlucht Gorge

2. Montreux Private Tour: Waterfalls Valley&Aareschlucht Gorge

We will greet you at the lobby of your accommodation in Montreux. On a comfortable SUV or Minivan, we will make an unforgettable day trip to the heart of Switzerland - the valley of waterfalls. For all its splendor, Lauterbrunnen itself is quite small: its length is about eight kilometers, and its width does not exceed a thousand meters. But in this small area, there are as many as 72 waterfalls falling down from sheer cliffs. The most famous and most visited of them are Staubbach and Trummelbach. Both of these waterfalls plunge into the valley from a dizzying height of over 300 meters. It was previously thought that Staubbach was taller than Trummelbach, but more recently, after careful measurements, the opposite has been proven. However, everyone who visits Lauterbrunnen should definitely see both of these waterfalls, as well as other beauties of the fabulous valley. The Reichenbach Waterfalls in Meiringen is one of the most famous waterfalls in Switzerland. Opened in 1899, the funicular will take you 244 meters high into the mountains. Visitors from all around the world come to see the place where the famous detective Sherlock Holmes fought to his death with Professor Moriarty in 1891. The Aareschlucht is a section of the river Aare that carves through a limestone ridge near the town of Meiringen, in the Bernese Oberland region of Switzerland. The gorge is an indirect product of glaciation; 10,000 years ago, just as the Ice Age was coming to an end, torrential runoff water from melting glaciers eroded a deep, narrow chasm through the limestone barrier. Although barely 1,4 kilometers long, this passage is bordered by sheer cliffs up to 50 m high on either side. The gorge varies in width from some 30 meters at its widest to just 1 meter at its narrowest.

Available activities

2 activities found
Sort by:

You might also like...

Frequently asked questions about Lauterbrunnen Bus & minivan tours

What are other things to do than Bus & minivan tours that are worth visiting in Lauterbrunnen?

The other unmissable things to do in Lauterbrunnen are:

What are the best Lauterbrunnen Bus & minivan tours?

Other Sightseeing Options in Lauterbrunnen

Want to discover all there is to do in Lauterbrunnen? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Lauterbrunnen

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 362 reviews

Our tour guide was very punctual, gave us good instructions how to go to the top of the mountain. Great views, highly recommended.