Mürren is a small village in Switzerland.

Mürren Vista

Get in

From Interlaken Ost station, there is an (half) hourly train to Lauterbrunnen (make sure that you board the correct section of the train in Interlaken, as the train divides at Zweilutschinen). Once in Lauterbrunnen, follow the directions on the signs. You will make the ascent to Grutschalp in a cable car. From Grustchalp, a train takes you above the Lauterbrunnen valley to Mürren. On a clear day, the view from the train is spectacular. Be sure to sit on the left side of the train for the magnificent view of the mountains across the valley. The last train of the day leaves the village at around 20:30 and the last train into the village arrives a little before 21:00.

It is also possible to reach the village from Stechelberg using the Schilthornbahn cable car. There is a connecting bus service between Lauterbrunnen and Stechelberg. The last cable car in both directions is around 23:00 with later services on some days. Please check the timetable.

Get around

Mürren viewed from the Schilthorn cable car

Everything within the village is accessible on foot. Mürren is free from private vehicles. If help is needed to move luggage from the stations, there are two transport companies who will carry them, also most of the hotels will collect.








Go next

Visit nearby Lauterbrunnen and Wengen. Also, a short hike (~40 minutes) down the hill will lead you to the beautiful car-free village of Gimmelwald.

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