Walk - The city is so small that it can be covered on foot and is probably the best way to get around and explore. Ride in the horse-drawn carriages especially in the Hoheweg Street for a more romantic holiday.
Car - Hiring a car from a good car rental agency will be helpful since most of the attractions are at a distance from the city. You can also rent cycles, motorbikes or mountain bikes for an adventurous ride. Hiring a taxi is also a good option to travel around the city.
Trains/Buses - Public transport consists of local trains and buses which are well connected to places in and around the city.
Interlaken has no airport of its own. The Bern Airport located at Berne is situated at about 45 minutes drive from Interlaken.
It is also well-connected to other Swiss cities through buses. One can also drive in to Interlaken as there is a well maintained highway/autobahn that connects the city with all major Swiss and European cities.
It has 2 main railway stations, Interlaken West and Interlaken East (Ost). Both of them are well connected with trains from all major cities of Switzerland. There are also trains from Paris, Frankfurt, Milan, Vienna and Salzburg to Interlaken.
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