Jun 17: Interlaken as most know is the intersection of 2 lakes - thun being one of them. Both the lakes are similarly sized. We get a view of the lake on our way from Zermatt during the train journey....
Take a scenic boat ride anytime of the day and enjoy limitless views of the lake, surrounding small towns and the mountain range watching over you. Evening cruise in recommended as one will get to see...
Thunersee is amazing its an awesome lake surrounded by fantastic Majestic Mountains there are lots of boat trips around the lake we had a fantastic time even with the beautiful stunning scenery it was really enjoyable and a must to visit. We all absolutely loved visiting this lake
Interlaken in Switzerland is a well-known tourist destination, and many tourists come to the Queen of the Alps Jungfrau. In fact, Lake Brienz and Lake Thun on both sides of Interlaken are also picturesque places. These two lakes are also known as "God's left and right eyes."
Thun Lake is on the west side of Interlaken, with a long and narrow crescent shape, named after the city of Thun on the lake. Lake Thun's lake comes from Lake Brienz, where the water level is higher than it is, and it is said that the original and east neighbor of Lake Brienz is a lake that was later separated. The colors of the two lakes are also different. Lake Thun is blue and Brienz Lake is green.
It is very convenient to visit Lake Thun. You can buy a ticket to Thun at the pier on the west side of Interlaken. There are regular shifts every day. The Thun Lake cruise is not only for sightseeing, it is also one of the means of transportation for nearby residents. During the journey to Thun, the cruise will stop in several towns on both sides of the North and South.
Swiss town on the shore of Lake Thun, the hillside behind the green grass, a lake and mountains, the scenery is pleasant. This lush green hillside, red roof, quiet waterfront is a typical Swiss scenery. I want to come to enjoy life in such a beautiful environment. Many local people have boats in their homes, and they often go boating on the lake from time to time.
Around Lake Thun, there are many historical sites. One of the Oberhofen Castles, the medieval castle in the town of Hofen, was built in the 13th century and has been a major cultural property of Switzerland for centuries. It is now a museum.
Almost all visitors come to Interlaken to go to the Jungfrau, but often ignore the meaning of Interlaken itself between the two lakes - the town is on Lake Thun and Lake Brien Between, that is "God's left and right eyes."
At dusk, taking a ferry from Interlaken to Thun, all the way to the breeze, the sun is shining, the towns of Spiez and Oberhofen passing by are all lakes and mountains, and they are far-sighted. You can also see the snowy peaks in the distance. Like the train, the local Swiss used the cruise ship as a bus, and the boat continued to shuttle between the north and south of Lake Thun.
I slipped to the stern, a Swiss "Mega" with a long beard of Guanyun was eating ice cream in the United States, knowing how he did not soil his beard, and the French couple sitting next to me It seems that wherever I went, I couldnt forget the romance of France. From the time I got on the boat, they took out a bottle of red wine and sipped in the water while chatting and immersed themselves in the lake.
The scenery is picturesque and everywhere, Switzerland is a veritable world park. Here, in addition to being enchanted by the magnificence of nature, you can also experience a truly ideal state of life.
The life we are looking for, how to taste exquisite, how to embrace nature, the Swiss have already provided us with the best model.
Swim in "God's Eyes"
Walk in Switzerland to experience the beauty of the world. Among the more than 1,500 lakes in Switzerland, the most important thing to miss is the Lake Thun and Lake Brienz, known as the God's Eyes. Whether it is the classic Swiss pastoral scenery on the shore or the alpine group along the coast. It can be said that it is the most beautiful combination of mountains and rivers.