Alpine Villages Wengen is situated on a sheltered sun terrace with the Big Three (Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau) as a backdrop. Since 1893 access to the traffic-free village is via the historic Wengernalp rack railway. There are lovely walks around the village and plenty of seats for you just to sit and enjoy the views.
Mürren at 1650m is the highest permanently inhabited settlement in the Berne Canton, and can only be reached by cable car. From the village there are superb views across the face of the Big Three, and from Mürren you can take the cable car to the Schilthorn. Although there are some beautiful footpaths around the village, like Wengen you can enjoy it all by just finding a bench and taking in the views.
Grindelwald is a busier resort, nestling at the foot of the North face of the Eiger. It offers miles of footpaths, mountain biking trails, tennis, golf and a sports centre and there are two glaciers which are accessible from the village.
Interlaken is the regional tourist centre with lots of shops, restaurants and cafés. In the centre is the Hohe-Matte Park, which with the Casino Kursaal provide very pleasant places to enjoy the flowers and views. You can also sit by the river and watch the paddle steamer come and go.