Switzerland has been a top destination for noted film stars and celebrities to ring in the Christmas – New Year holiday season. Now, South Indian diva Kajal Aggarwal, who is currently enjoying vacation in the country has been dropping dreamy pictures from the beautiful Swiss town of Interlaken, on her social media page. In one of the pictures, the actress is seen enjoying coffee from the balcony of her hotel. However, what caught the attention of the netizens was the background where rows of snow-laden mountain ranges could be seen. Interlaken is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Bernese Oberland region in the Swiss Alps. This is the entrance to all the major mountain ranges and lakes in the region. The Brienz Lake flows through the eastern border of the scintillating town while Lake Thun is on the west.
Situated 1,857 feet above sea level, the Swiss resort town of Interlaken has been luring tourists since the beginning of the nineteenth century. Interestingly, the iconic Unspunnen Fest played a pivotal role in bringing tourists from around the globe to Interlaken. Since the town became famous for its mountain air spas, hotels, and transportation facilities developed rapidly, making Interlaken a vibrant tourist destination.
The Jungfraujoch saddle connecting the Jungfrau and Monch peaks is a major tourist attraction, drawing millions of visitors every year during the season. Moreover, the Jungfraujoch summit is the highest point in Europe which is accessible by train. Besides, train services are available to Harderkulm in the north and Shinijplat in the southern part of the town.
The visitors could enjoy boating in the calm waters of Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. Interestingly, the iconic Brienz Rothorn Railway which is the only remaining steam locomotive in Switzerland starts at Brienz. Interlaken is also the favourite destination of backpackers. Tourists could enjoy guided adventure activities like sky diving, cannoning, hang gliding, paragliding, and skiing here. Interlaken has lots of hotels and companies that are backpacker-friendly.