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Tuesday,
23 October 2018.

Grindelwald, Switzerland

The charming village of Grindelwald lies in a wooded valley at the foot of one of mountaineering’s most famous attractions, the Eiger – a mountain that has made and ended the career of many a young climber. The village itself dates back many centuries and today its rustic charms draw a large cosmopolitan crowd year round.

In winter Grindelwald welcomes skiers and snowboarders and in summer climbers and mountaineers with whom it has been synonymous for many years. However, Grindelwald has much more to offer than these staples of the mountain sports menu. Paragliding, mini-golf, fishing and horse riding are just a few of the other activities available. Whether it is summer or winter there is plenty to do.

Accessible by road and rail Grindelwald is easily reached whatever ones preferred mode of transport. It’s also situated close to Interlaken, Wengen, Murren and Lauterbrunnen, just some of the Jungfrau regions’ most popular mountain resorts. This is a real bonus for travellers that like to tour by foot or bike when on holiday or those that like to visit somewhere different each day.

Grindelwald offers everything from basic self catering and bed and breakfast to five star luxury through a good selection of hotels, guesthouses, hostels and apartments. And for those that like life on the wild side there are also a couple of campsites. Many of the hotels provide the location for fine dining experiences while several restaurants offer standard fare including traditional Swiss dishes, pizzas and even burgers. To work it off there is a couple of discos or let digestion take its natural course in any one of several bars or cocktail lounges.

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