The famous village of Wengen is located in the Bernese Oberland at an altitude of approx. 1,274 m, and offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the surrounding 4,000-metre mountains. Since 1893, Wengen is accessible only by the Wengernalp railway from Lauterbrunnen.
The village doesn't have a direct connection to the road network and is free from cars. Not only the nostalgic wooden houses, cabins and shops, but also the outstanding location - which guarantees an above average number of sunshine hours - make Wengen an
exceptional holiday destination.
Every high season, a number of cultural events, such as concerts, choir- and yodeling performances, take place in the village centre. But the charming mountain village also impresses in the field of winter sports: in January every year, the Lauberhorn ski competition
takes place. This slope counts as one of the most challenging in the Alpine Ski World Cup. Cross-country skiers and winter hikers also get their money's worth here. With a total of approx. 100 km of hiking trails in the Jungfrau region, you will be more than
impressed by the unique mountain landscape!