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Car necessary in Wengen, Switzerland

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Hello all my travel buddies,

I am in the early stages of planning hotel/apartment accommodations in Wengen. I have never been to Switzerland before and am super excited about the trip. I will be in Paris for a week and am all set there. Then transferring to Jungfrau area. It is a toss up where to stay. I am a single traveler and will not have a car. Don't want the hassle. With that being said, where is the optimal area to stay and use the train system. Will Wengen work or do I need to be closer to Interlaken? I have made reservations at the Hotel Edelweiss that can be canceled if need be.

Also, I am a really picky eater and much more so internationally. If I stay in a place like Wengen, are there places to eat and socialize with the locals?

Thank you in advance for all your advice.
Catherine

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