Wengen is a village in the Bernese Oberland that belongs to the municipality of Lauterbrunnen in Switzerland. Measured by population, the town is the largest in the municipality. It is 1274 m above sea level. M. at the foot of the mountains Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, 400 meters high above the Lauterbrunnen valley.
The village is part of the Jungfrau Region Tourist Association, which also includes the Jungfrau-Aletsch UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Since 1893, Wengen can be reached from Lauterbrunnen with the Wengernalp Railway. The village itself has no connection to the road network and is therefore almost car-free. The only vehicles are taxis, hotel vehicles and small company vehicles. Wengen normally has 1,300 inhabitants, but more than 10,000 in the winter high season and around 5,000 in the summer holiday season.
Wengen is the “Village of the Jungfrau” and the scene of the FIS Lauberhorn Ski Race. Wengen has a reformed church, built in 1953, which is a listed building. In addition to the Reformed, Wengen also has an English and a Roman Catholic Church.
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