I have no idea: Cheese to die for
I could kick myself for not taking more notice of some of the little shops in Lauterbrunnen. I guess I was too busy deciding what to buy to think of taking a picture or remembering the name of the shop. The beautiful thing about Lauterbrunnen in this instance, however, is that the shopping strip is very tiny, so this wonderful "cheesery" will be easy for you to find. It is situated on your right going up the hill from the Train Station. The specialties of the house are cheese and chocolates and even thugh, the shop is tiny, they still make it difficult for you to decide what to buy. Sadly, I had no refrigerator in my hotel room so I had to eat all the cheese in one sitting. Terrible state of affairs - NOT!
What to buy: Whatever takes your fancy.
What to pay: I didn't find it very expensive.
- Budget Travel
- Food and Dining
PIZ GLORIA SOUVENIR SHOP: St. Bernard Dogs & 007
Located in Piz Gloria is the Souvenir shop.
I guess this one is a little different, as "Bond" gear is for sale, and there is all sorts to choose from. Also, if you arrive and are freezing cold, then there are Jackets and warm clothes you can buy!
As you most probably guessed, I liked all the St. Bernard soft toys for sale, a nice reminder of Switzerland for a child at home.
- Women's Travel
- Family Travel
Interlaken: Swiss watches and knives
To shop its better and a bit cheaper to go to Interlaken instead of lauterbrunnen. In lauterbrunnen there is one shop which is nice calles the Heidi Shop. Interlaken offers more shops where you can more diverse stuff.
What to buy: buy swiss army knives, watches, cuckoo clocks and swiss "delicious" choclate.
What to pay: Expect to spend A LOT, switzerland is an expensive country and the tourist focussed shops charge you loads of money for their stuff.
red & white motifs: can't beat souvenirs
Available everywhere the Swiss flag emblazened on a T-shirt or sweatshirt or sweater is an excellent keep sake or gift.
- Mountain Climbing
- Hiking and Walking