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Grindelwald vs Lauterbrunnen vs Wengen on November

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Hi, I am planning my trip to Swizterland this first week November and it is my first time there. I know that it is the off-season during November so it is not the ideal time to go but it is the only time I can get off work. I was wondering where would be the best area to stay during November? I love beautiful scenery and looking forward to seeing the majestic views of the Swiss Alps.

My concerns are the following - For Wengen, only few hotels and restaurants will be open so I worry that it will be too quiet. For Grindelwald, a lot of people have commented that it is too touristy, but will it have a lot of people during first week of November? For Lauterbrunnen, will I still be able to see the Swiss Alps or it is more of views of the valley?

Any suggestions or comments will be very much appreciated.

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