Lauterbrunnen is a city located in a very beautiful valley in the Alpine mountains of Switzerland. The name Lauter Brunnen itself means 'many springs'. No wonder there are 72 waterfalls in this city. Being here will make you very comfortable, the natural atmosphere, the waterfall, the valley and the mountain will spoil your eyes. You can also ride the sky lift to explore natural beauty from one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.

Lauterbrunnen is located in a mountain valley in the Bernese Oberland region, about 70 kilometers from Bern, the capital of Switzerland. The valley is surrounded by cliffs that are part of Eiger (3970m), Monch (4099m) and Jungfrau (4158m), and is said to be the most beautiful valley in Europe. How not, this one kilometer wide valley has 72 waterfalls that gush beautifully from the top of the cliff into the valley. The name Lauterbrunnen itself means 'many springs', the name is given based on the presence of 72 waterfalls that surround this village. On the way to Lauterbrunnen from Interlaken, where we stayed. We were treated to a view of the green grass with a snowy mountain backdrop, a typical Swiss house with flower decorations in front of the window, occasionally seen hordes of cows with bells on the neck that sounded as they moved, trees changing colors in autumn, and rivers a small river almost along the road. It feels like entering the fairy tale world so beautiful and we are also enchanted by its beauty.

When going to enter the city of Lauterbrunnen, we have been treated from a distance of views of unique residents' houses and waterfalls that flow as if falling in the backyard. That is the Staubbach waterfall that gushes from a height of 300 meters, the most amazing waterfall in Lauterbrunnen. I also cannot let go of this view of the beauty of nature. And this waterfall has been named as one of the highest waterfalls in Europe.

Because of its beauty, the Lauterbrunnen valley has become a source of inspiration for many writers and musicians, such as Johan Goethe in his 'Song of the Spirits of the Waterfalls'. And this beautiful Valley was included in the UNESCO world heritage site in 2001.

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