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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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It was expensive going up Jungfraujoch but it was all worth every cent. The weather is great; was -16 but no big deal just get the right cloths and gear, the scenery is just amazing. The place is just like a postcard perfect. Just remember...More
After experiencing a cloudy day on the Schilthorn, we opted to start early to reach the top of Jungfrau and decided to take one route up and the other down so we could maximize our time in all the mountain villages. We also decided to...More
We waited for a reasonably clear day before going up the Jungfrau to maximise our chance of a great view. Forget doing an organised tour. Swiss railways are so well organised it’s easy and cheaper to do yourself. Get tickets from Interlaken OST station....More
Not worth to go if Snow Fun Park is not open as the places you can explore are very limited.
Alphine Sensation - Filled with beautiful Christmas decorations, a nice touch.
Ice Palace - Small area with ice sculptures, average experience.
Jungfrau Paronoma - 360...More
What an experience from start to finish! We took the bus from Hunibach to Interlaken then caught the train to begin our great day to the mountains. We decided to do the round trip so we could experience Lauterbrunnen, Wengen and Grindelwald by train.
Highest point by train in Switzerland. A lovely train ride through the mountains to reach the snow covered peaks.lovely views at the top and many activities to enjoy. There is a Lindt chocolate museum and store with great discounts
I think Switzerland trip is very worthy. Natural beauty is unparalal. Regrading Jung Frau trip train ride was very beautiful, I made the trip in the month of May 2018 along with Cox and Kings. One thing I must mention myself and my wife both...More
What an excellent experience. So incredible riding up the mountain and through the mountains. The views going up and coming down were almost as spectacular as the views from the top. At the top, there are increase views looking down on the Alps.
This is one of the most important tourist spots in Bernese Oberland. The train journey from Interlaken is very nice. There is a lot to see and do at the top. The views are excellent. Must Visit in Switzerland.
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...
After visiting Italy for 10 days approx. I´d like to go to Switzerland for 7 or 8 days approximately. I would like to ask you for advice about my Itinerary, taking into account that I´d like to visit the classic destinations in Switzerland and I am mainly interested in castles, architecture and beautiful landscapes, but I´m not interested in sky or any winter sports at all, just sightseeing and walking. Apart from that, I´d like to state that my idea is to go as fast as possible in each place...More
January 15, 2011|
Hi hamlet_09_argentina, What month will this be? The foliage in the landscape as well as the number of thronging tourists will change by the month, so we can advise you better if we know when you'll be there. Just wanted to suggest that you not miss Chillon castle while in Montreux, and you may also want to see the chateaux in Morges and in Nyon, both on Lake Geneva. You should also make time to see the three castles on Lake Thun -- one in Thun, one in Spiez, and one in Oberhofen. ...More
9 days in Switzerland (1 Replies)
Hi, this is our first time to Europe, we will spend 9 days in Switzerland ( from 31 Jul to 7 Aug), 3 adults with a 14mths infant, will buy 8 days Swiss Saver Pass and our tentative itinerary is as follow, some taken from forum. Day 1 – Land in Zurich noon, will proceed to see Zurich and stay one night Day 2 – take train to Wengen (stay 5night), go Gondola to Mannlichen – Klein-Scheidegg – Jungfraujoch Day 3 – cablecar up to Grutchalp – Murren – Schilthorn – Stechelberg - Wengen Day 4 -...More
April 25, 2011|
Train Route and Station name- Engelberg (1 Replies)
I am arriving at Engleberg in late evening via train from Jungfraujoch via Lucerne. Is there a scenic route that you can suggest. Also please let me know the train station name that I need to get off which is nearest to my hotel located at Dorfstrasse 80, Engelberg , Switzerland. When I search in google, there are 2 -3 stations that starts with Engelberg. (like engelberg bahnhof, Engelberg - Talstation Titlis etc), which is the nearest. Can I walk from the station to the hotel. Also...More