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Top Of The Alps

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I am going to be in Switzerland for 3-4 days in May. I would like to get to the top of the Alps, most likely Jungfrau. I was in the Lauterbrunnen area once before, but because of limited visibility, never got to the top. Ideally, I would like to explore a village/town/city or two, as well as the Jungfrau.

Would you suggest I stay in a place like Lucerne, and get to the Jungfrau from there, or would I be best staying in a place closer to Jungfrau? If a Lucerne/Jungfrau trip is possible, that would be ideal. Would it be better to stay in a place like Interlakken, which is closer?

Getting to the top of Jungfrau is the priority, but some typically touristy things would be great as well. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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