thanks for replying so quick. Appreciate that!
after taking notes from your post, I am thinking of dropping the Chillon castle plan. Instead, we will probably spend another day in the valley. So, this is my revised plan for the 5 days stay in Interlaken. Please
me know, if I can squeeze these places in shorter time and can get the time for the castle, otherwise it's dropped for sure.
Day 1: reaching Interlaken from Basel mid morning. Taking the lake Brienze boat trip, from there aare gorge and Reichenbach falls. Back to hotel
Day 2: Interlaken to Jungfrau. On our way back, we will get down at Kleine Scheidegg and walk down to Grindelwald and then take the train back to Interlaken . Do you think it's possible in in one day? Also, how can we get back to Kleine Scheidegg from Jungfrau ? And, is the walk from Kleine Scheidegg to Grindelwald very strenuous? Otherwise I might have to drop it as I have little knee problem. In that case, is there a train or bus to get back to Interlaken ?
Day 3: Interlaken to Engelberg. Then to Mt. Titlis. Back to Engelberg and to Lucerne. In the evening back to Interlaken.
Day 4: lake Thun and Bern. How do we Plan this day. Please give some idea.
Day 5.: Interlaken to Brienze Rothorn by the steam engine train. Does this trip take a full day? Also, do I need to book the tickets for this train in advance? And will I get any discount on this as I have the 8 day Swiss pass? What else we can do if it's a half day thing?
Next day we are going to Zermatt to take the Glacier Express.
Does my plan sound good to you? I also wanted to go to Mürren but don't know How I can do that.
Do you think, we should also go to Schilthorn? As we are already thinking of doing Jungfrau and Mt. Titlis, will this really make sense or it's altogether different than the other two mountain tops? Or which one should we really go?
Another thing, if we get bad weather for one or more days, what are the alternate plans?
I appreciate your patience to read my post in advance :-)
Looking forward to your reply.
Many thanks and kind regards