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Icy air streams across your face, snow crunches under your feet, and the view nearly takes your breath away: on one side the view of the Mittelland up to the Vosges, on the other the Aletsch glacier, bordered by four thousand metre peaks. Standing...more
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An amazing day trip that you will never forget! We were staying in Wengen and caught the first train for the day at 7:45am. We bought the Good Morning ticket so you have to be back by 1pm (plenty of time). The first train was...More
We took the train from Grindelwald (they have discounts on the first 2 trips) and it was a comforatble ride with nice view. Upon reaching the station and going to the open area, this is where we were awed with the spectacular view of the...More
The views are the most popular attraction here. Enroute you stop at Eismeer, built into the mountain. Here you disembark the train for 5 minutes to look at a glacier,before continuing to the top. The highest rail station in Europe.
As soon as you go...More
We ski in the Canadian Rockies and were not expecting to be overly wowed by Jungfraujoch but we were captivated. We purchased a round trip train ticket leaving from Interlaken East to allow us to see both Lauterbrunnen and Grindelwald. The weather cooperated for us...More
Going up to Jungfraujoch is something you have to do IF there are the correct conditions. That is, it can be a perfect idea if the weather is fine and there are no clouds/fog around the area (check the weather forecast in advance) because if...More
I love Switzerland, We travel to Interlaken just to go to Jungfraujoch. Despite the fact that it was in July it was really cold up there, so please dress accordingly and bring your jacket. The view was amazing, and my girls love it! Even the...More
My wife and I visited Jungfrau on 20th Apr'18. We took a train from Lauterbrunnen to Kleine Scheidegg and then another train from Kleine Scheidegg to Jungfrau. This train journey was one of the greatest moments of my life with train track is surrounded by...More
We caught the train from Lauterbrunnen (which itself is BEAUTIFUL) which cost us 380CH for the two of us. We knew it would be expensive, but also knew from previous visits it would be worth it.
The train ride is very picturesque, but unfortunately when...More
The Jungfraujoch was the purpose of our visit to Interlaken. It was well worth the time and expense. With a Eurail pass, there was a discount, perhaps 25%, off the regular price. The trip up through Lauterbrunnen and Kleine Schedegg was spectacular. Although the top...More
The same thing happened to me since I travel with my 2 daughters, it is quite an expensive place to visit, but it is all worth it! What I did was I bought the tickets online & ahead of time, plus I paid the extra $5 for the... More
The same thing happened to me since I travel with my 2 daughters, it is quite an expensive place to visit, but it is all worth it! What I did was I bought the tickets online & ahead of time, plus I paid the extra $5 for the train/seats reservation. What I also did we stayed on a small town near Jungfrau, and we took the train from there to the mountain. Since I had already the Global Euro train pass it was kind of easier to get there. It is cold up there so dress appropriately, and bring your own food!
Response from Tracylamont13 | Reviewed this property |
We got the jungfrau regional pass and it was excellent if you are planning on travelling a lot. I’m sure you can get a ticket at the stations but easier to get in advance as the trains are timed so that one arrives and... More
We got the jungfrau regional pass and it was excellent if you are planning on travelling a lot. I’m sure you can get a ticket at the stations but easier to get in advance as the trains are timed so that one arrives and connects to the other one a few minutes later.
Lots of activities on to of the jungfrae such as skis, snowboards, zip wire.
Response from Compass822613 | Reviewed this property |
The travel pass lol help only if you are planning to cover many places..some places are free and some on discounted rates..u may buy 24 or 48 hours travel passes depending on ur stay zones.. Lucerne and Interlaken have a... More
The travel pass lol help only if you are planning to cover many places..some places are free and some on discounted rates..u may buy 24 or 48 hours travel passes depending on ur stay zones.. Lucerne and Interlaken have a tourist help office outside the main stations ...u can buy passes and tickets from them also.. they lol also answer if u have any queries for the travel there.. hope this info helps...