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One of the newer BOB trains

BOB (Switzerland)


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One of the newer BOB trains One of the newer BOB trains

These are the trains operated by the Bernese Oberland Railway/Berner Oberland Bahn)(BOB) on two routes from/to Interlaken Ost station.

1: Interlaken Ost – Wilderswill – Grindelwald
2: Interlaken Ost – Wilderswill – Lauterbrunnen

Between Interlaken Ost and Wilderswill the BOB trains heading to Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen are usually joined together.
They’re separated/joined together after Wilderswil at Zweilutschinen station.

On board:

One of the older BOB trains One of the older BOB trains

BOB operates two types of train, newer trains are gradually being introduced - though for such relatively short journeys, the type of train you will be travelling by is fairly unimportant.
1st class is available.

A plus of the newer trains, is that electronic displays on the side of coaches, indicate whether a train will be heading to Grindelwald or Lauterbrunnen.

Photographers will want to know that on both types of trains the windows can be opened.

Tickets and Passes:

Tickets and details of journeys between Interlaken Ost and Grindelwald, Lauterbrunnen, Kleine Scheidegg, Jungfraujoch, Mürren, Schyinge Platte and Wengen are available on the ‘Jungfrau Top Of Europe’ website.

Eurail Pass, InterRail Pass and Swiss Travel Passes users can obtain a 25% discount on the full journey price and these special tickets can be issued at all stations, including the Advance Travel desk at Interlaken Ost station.
More information is available HERE.


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