On this page we would like to answer as many questions as possible.
We look forward to spending time together in Interlaken.
When do the Vespa World Days (VWD) Suisse - 2023 take place?
Thursday 15 June to Sunday 18 June, 2023.
Where exactly will the VWD Suisse - 2023 take place (venue)?
The event location (Vespa Village) is at the following address: Jungfraupark Interlaken, Obere Bönigstrasse 100, 3800 Matten bei Interlaken, Switzerland. Jungfraupark
When is the official start of the VWD Suisse - 2023?
Thursday, June 15, 2023, at 10:00 a.m., Vespa Village. Before this time, the Vespa Village will remain closed.
When is the official end of VWD Suisse - 2023?
Sunday, June 18, 2023, 14:00 a.m., Vespa Village.
When does the registration at the event location open?Thursday, June 15, 2023, 10:00 a.m., Vespa Village
The currency of the Vespa Village is the Swiss franc.
Who can register?
Anyone who is registered with an official country umbrella organization of the Vespa World Club.
How can I register?
Registration is via the official registration tool of the Vespa World Club. Each Vespa club receives access (username and password) to the registration tool from the respective country Vespa club. The registration is carried out according to the customary operations of the country. Of course, it is ideal if this is done by country or at least by club (costs can be reduced in this way).
You can get more information from your Vespa club.
Please do not send us any e-mails regarding your registration, but contact the president of your Vespa club directly.
Is it possible to register outside the official registration tool?
No, it will only be possible to purchase tickets via the Vespa World Club registration tool.
When can I register?
The start date and time for registration will be announced by the VWC. Information to the country presidents will follow beforehand.
Registration will open on Sunday 15 January at 12:00.
How many tickets are available?
We are currently planning for 1800 full entry tickets and 4000 light entry tickets.
What is the difference between a full entry and a light entry ticket?
The scope of services of the two tickets is identical except for participation in the gala dinner on Saturday evening. Scope of services: Access to the Vespa Village, booths, DJs, live bands, party and access to the museum throughout the event, goodie bag, ride outs, opportunity to take part in the Concours d'Élégance, Major Ride Out. The gala dinner on Saturday evening is reserved exclusively for full-entry tickets.
How much does a ticket cost?
The full entry ticket costs: 150 CHF and the light entry: 95 CHF.
Day guests: 35.- (Vespa-Village)
Children/young people under the age of 16 can enter the grounds free of charge. From the age of 16, a day ticket must be purchased. For participation in the gala dinner, regardless of age, an official registration must be made and a full ticket purchased.
Can day guests participate?
There will be the opportunity to participate as a day guest. The price is higher and it only includes entry to the Vespa Village and entertainment on site.
Day guests: 35.-
How can I pay for the ticket?
Payment can only be made by bank transfer (all fees must be borne by the sender). Precise instructions will be given at the same time as the registration tool is opened.
Will the ticket price paid be refunded if I cannot take part in the VWD Suisse – 2023 despite having bought a ticket?
A paid ticket price will not be refunded in the event of non-participation.Tickets are non-transferrable.
With the completion of the nomination, the full amount is due and a cancellation is no longer possible. The nominator is responsible for the transfer of the total amount in Swiss francs. We will only release the tickets once we have received the full amount.
Important: The transfer will be made in Swiss francs and the expenses will be borne by the sender.The Interlaken region and the surrounding area is very attractive to tourists, so there is a wide range of accommodation options in every category. We are happy to refer to the official website of Interlaken Tourism.
Will there be camping facilities?
Long-stay parking is available from Wednesday, 14.06.2023, in a specially dedicated parking space but leaving is only permissible once (for departure).
If a car parked in the long-stay car park is also needed during the event, day parking must then be booked for the following days and the car should be parked in the day car park.
There will be no day parking for trucks/buses. More details.
Is it possible for guests without a ticket to participate in the ride-outs and the evening events?
Is it possible to rent a Vespa on site to take part?
Is there special insurance cover for participants in VWD Suisse – 2023?Each participant is responsible for their own risk prevention in the form of insurance. We do not offer insurance coverage.
Letter of invitation and visa regulations:
Some visitors will require a visa and/or letter of invitation to enter Switzerland. Under: sem.admin.ch you can see whether you are so obliged.
If you need a letter of invitation, please complete the form as soon as possible.
Can non-registered visitors park their Vespa at the event location?
No, there are no public parking spaces on the premises. Registered visitors can park their Vespa in the "guarded parking lot" on the site. The briefing is carried out by the security staff. Day guests have their own spaces available for a fee.
Is there a lost property office at Vespa Village?
Yes, the lost and found office in the Vespa Village is open daily between the official start and end of VWD Suisse - 2023. If items are not picked up by the end of the event, they will be distributed or discarded. We do not forward items.
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Traffic rules in Switzerland
Please note that the traffic regulations and in particular the maximum permitted speeds in Switzerland must be strictly observed.In principle, the following speed limits apply in Switzerland:
-Motorways 120 km/h -Motorway sticker obligatory
-Highway 100 km/h
Main and secondary roads:
-extra-urban 80 km/h
-in built-up areas 30 - 50 km/h
The tolerance of the radar devices is set to +3 km/h.
Driving under the influence of alcohol: Severe penalties are threatened from 0.25 mg/l or 0.5 ‰.
Important: Countries outside the EU and EFTA. We recommend getting an international driver's license.
Mandatory: Carry valid papers for the vehicle with you, otherwise there may be problems at customs.
If vehicles are brought across the border with a van/trailer, it must still be ensured that all vehicles have valid papers and that the driver has them.
European Emergency Call: 112
Police Emergency Call : 117
Fire Department: 118
Swiss Rescue REGA: 1414
All information is without guarantee and subject to change.