Hi naeem -
<<"I seek your some recommendation about visit places in or near interlakhen. As i have scheduled two days for interlakhen including one day for Jungfraujoch. (I can add one more day)
My plan is to explore one day in Jungfraujoch & its near lakes, Grindelwald, Lauterbrunnen and Schilthorn. And other day for jungraujoch. ">>
This is not clear to me. It seems that you have Jungfraujoch on both days.
<<"1) Is this doable in 2days, as in winter days are also small :( ">>
Sunset is at approximately 1645.
How early will you leave Biel/Bienne?. Please use the timetable that I linked before to measure your travel times. Then you will see how much time is available to visit various places. It will help in your planning if you spell the place names correctly. The timetable likes it better if you give it the correct name for a place. There is no "h" in the name "Interlaken."
<<"2) how much avg time it take for JungfrauJoch, (Going up on JFJ , Roaming JFJ and coming back to interlakhen )
3) Is some thing more i should add for Interlakhen, any near place/village with Nature beauty">>
In order to understand the answers and help your planning, this map will l be particularly useful. If you zoom in far enough ( to zoom level 32 ..the last number in the URL.....the train lines an cableways become very clear. I have linked three views:
These following links will help you decide which places near Interlaken, the lakes, and the Jungfrau you will want to explore, as well as what to do at Jungfraujoch and Schilthorn-
First, the overall Bernese Oberland region, and especially the Jungfrau region -
On that last link, scroll down the first page and look on the right for brief descriptions of the main towns and villages. Each village has a link to tell you more about it, including "What to do."
In general terms, Grindelwald is the most spread out of the 4 villages, and by itself has very few things to explore. It is the most commercial of the 4 places noted near the Jungfrau. Lauterbrunnen can be explored in 30 minutes to at most one hour. Interlaken has a few things of scenic interest for a tourist, but is mostly a good travel hub for connecting to the rest of Switzerland. Plenty of shops and hotels.
On the way up to Schilthorn, which has several connections by either route, you might want to pause look around Mürren a bit...it has nice views of the main mountains.
The lake boat schedule for Lakes Thun and Brienz is extremely limited in the winter. I think I recallthat there i sno service on Lake Brienz....
and, in particular, -
In late December it should be possible to walk some of the trails along the lake shores. Towns to consider are Thun and Brienz:
Considering the time available, you might allow one day for the trip from Biel/Bienne to Lauterbrunnnen, thence to Schilthorn via Mürren, and return to Biel/Bienne. You could optionally interrupt the journey to look at Interlaken , Lauterbrunnen, and Mürren, with Interlaken having the lowest priority for scenery.
If you add Grindelwald, it will add enough time that the day will become very tightly scheduled, a long day, definitely ending in the dark, and it will not give much time to look around. Look at the map and check the timetable to see how much it is off the track for that trip. Grindelwald and its associated attractions (First, for example) should be done on a different day, possibly after coming down from Jungfraujoch. The cableway up to First is some distance from the train station..you'll need a bus ride or have about a 20 minute walk.
Finally, only you can decide how much to do at any location. That is why My Swiss Alps provides some descriptions, which you can amplify by doing internet searches.
2) how much avg time it take for JungfrauJoch, (Going up on JFJ , Roaming JFJ and coming back to interlakhen )
3) Is some thing more i should add for Interlakhen, any near place/village with Nature beauty (I can make 3rd day also for Interlakhen)">>