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5 Picture Perfect Spots in Switzerland’s Jungfrau Region

If you’re anything like me, one of the first things I do when planning a trip is to search for the place on Instagram. It means I can have a look at all those beautiful pictures, look for the perfect photo opportunity and plan for sunset spots. Being married to a photographer means that these things are even more important! But sometimes you just stumble across a spot that no-one told you about. Or it’s on your very own hotel balcony. Here’s A Brummie Home and Abroad’s guide to 5 picture perfect spots in Switzerland’s Jungfrau Region

5. Murren

small barns dotting green meadows in front of mountains

Beautiful views on the walk from Gimmelwald to Murren

4. Kleine Schiedegg

train station in the Swiss Alps overlooking mountains

If only all train stations had such a view…

3. Harder Kulm

sunset over lake from top of mountain

Mountain-top sunset at Harder Kulm

2. Lauterbrunnen Valley

Wildflower meadow in front of mountains

Wildflowers and mountains in the Lauterbrunnen Valley – is there a more cliched Swiss scene?

1. Grindelwald

wildflower meadows and swiss chalets in front of mountain

…oh apart from this one – the Grindelwald valley nestling under the Eiger

Special mention goes to…

…our hotel balcony. If you’re lucky enough to have Room 34 at the Hotel Berghof Amaranth then this is the view you’ll get. Eiger, Monsch and Jungfrau, the triumvirate of the Bernese Alps, from your own bed.

 

All photos in this blog post are taken by CPF Photography and published with permission. You can check out more of his work at www.cpf-photography.com or on Instagram as @cpf_photography

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