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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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We took the tour from Lucerne with The Best of Switzerland Tours and we had Rebecca as our very competent and helpful guide for the day. We stopped off in Interlaken and Grindlewald and then it was onto the train that took us up the...More
We had fun to be tourists in our own home country. It should be very expensive for foreigners (we have Swiss global transport pass), but I think this is the place to visit if you've never been in high altitude or never seen high mountain...More
The top of Europe as they call it,the view from the top is beautiful.the train ride up is breathtaking.There are few restaurants and lindt store at the top,but very pricey.you must go up early to avoid the crowd,as it gets really crowded by noon.
We took the railway from Grindelwald to Jungfraujoch. On the way up you will see spectacular views of the mountain peaks if you sit on the left and beautiful valley views on the right.
On the top you have several things you can do. You...More
We left Lucerne in 28c heat. It was -7.5c at the top. However, in the bright sunshine it was warm and the views were fantastic. We were lucky it was so clear we could see down to Interlaken.
There is a lot of walking and...More
Yes, the trip up and the view from the top are spectacular. I had the Swiss Travel Pass, so it cost me about $150 with the discount. I think the price without any discounts is double that. I was able to travel to the Schilthorn...More
It’s not just the sensational views from the top - if you are lucky with the weather - but the whole experience : heading off to Interlaken Ost to catch the first of 3 trains you’ll need to get there, amazing scenery on the way,...More
This place is just amazing even with a 2 year old.
It was me my wife and my 2 year old daughter
Unless your kid is immune to heights don’t go to the 3500 metre spot
Otherwise it’s an excellent way to enjoy Switzerland.
It is expensive to get up to the top, Jungfraujoch. Cog wheel train rides are not fully covered by the Swiss Travel pass (only a 25% discount). If it’s cloudy, then the whole trip can be disappointing. It was cloudy most of the time we...More
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Hi- You can check the price in real time on SBB.Ch . The fare will be CHF 107 without the Swiss pass and a 25% discount is given for the Swiss pass holders (50% if you have the Half-Fare card). Hope this helps. Have a great... More
Hi- You can check the price in real time on SBB.Ch . The fare will be CHF 107 without the Swiss pass and a 25% discount is given for the Swiss pass holders (50% if you have the Half-Fare card). Hope this helps. Have a great trip.