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Jungfrau (top of Europe!)

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Will need some advice on the following:

We will be coming from milan to switzerland. We plan to visit Jungfrau and is not sure where exactly we should stay so as to enable us to get to Jungfrau with shorter travelling time. I have plan to stay in Interlaken as i understand that Interlaken is a very central location to alot of places. However, some others have recommended other small villages/towns as interlaken is too commercialised. Our plan for the trip is as follows:

29 dec: Depart from milan to Switzerland in the morning. Estimated time of arrivial: 2j-4pm
join the night sledding trip that departs at 6pm.
30 dec: day trip to jungfrau
31 dec: free & easy in the village/town

Pls advise which town/village is a good place to stay in.
We understand train travelling in switzerland is very costly, we are not sure if we should get the swiss half pass as we only intend to be in switzerland for 3 days. But the half pass will reduce the jungfrau tickets by half. Or should we join a day tour to jungfrau?

Thanks alot.

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