Switzerland has a very strict do not disturb rule.
In many places, normal sleeping hours are con-sidered to be from 10pm to 6am when extra consideration is expected.
Sundays and public holi-days, and workdays between noon and 1pm are also considered to be rest periods.
All cities and most villages have tourist information offices.
Do not hesitate to ask if you need any information.
ISLAMIC DRESS FOR WOMEN
Swiss people are used to Arab and Muslim tourists. Islamic dress for women is acceptable to Swiss society.
Halal food is available in Interlaken. This guide provides information on the best restaurants in Interlaken that serve halal food, in different themes, Oriental, Turkish, Indian and Italian. Please ask your host/hostess for halal food when you place your order.
Most hotels do not have air conditioning. If your hotel does not, you can ask for a fan for free.
Official offices are open from 9am to 5pm. Most shops are open from Monday to Saturday
Some shops open on Sunday.
The water in Interlaken is safe to drink even from the public fountains.
Many hotels and apartments have parquet floors in the rooms and in bathrooms, please avoid water or wet towels on these floors.
The Swiss franc is the country’s official currency. Euros and US dollars are accepted in many places. Cash machines are nationwide and you can change currency in all the banks and railway stations.
There are many public wifi hotspots, where you do not have to enter a password or login. This service is sponsored by Interlaken Tourism