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Geneva to Wengen

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Geneva to Wengen

I need to get 2 adults and 3 children from Geneva to Wengen on the 17th December and I was wonder if anyone could suggest a way for us to get there?

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1. Re: Geneva to Wengen

If you don't mind changing trains 3 or 4 times, that's the way to go :) (just a bit less than 4 hours)

You could rent a car, but there is the risk of snow on the roads in december

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2. Re: Geneva to Wengen

Hi natalie01,

Just to add a note -- remember that Wengen is a car-free town, so if you rent a car, you have to leave it in Lauterbrunnen and take the train the rest of the way. Then your rental sits in Lauterbrunnen while you're in Wengen.

Rail schedules at www.rail.ch.


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3. Re: Geneva to Wengen

Also, if you take the train, the children will travel with you for free.

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4. Re: Geneva to Wengen

Hop on the train. About 3 hours of beautiful scenery and $65 per person. Get the schedule at www.sbb.ch.

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