What is the best way to travel to Jungfraujoch?

What is the best way to travel to Jungfraujoch?

The only way to get to Jungfraujoch is by train. You have to switch trains at Kleine Scheidegg, where you hop on the luxury Jungfraujoch Railway train for the last part of the journey. You can visit Jungfraujoch on your own – just make sure to book a train ticket in advance, especially if visiting in the high season.

How much time do you need at Jungfraujoch?

We recommend at least 5–6 hours to allow a reasonable amount of time on the Jungfraujoch. From Grindelwald Terminal with the Eiger Express: The journey from Grindelwald Terminal takes 45 minutes there and 45 minutes back. We recommend at least 3.5–4.5 hours to allow a reasonable amount of time on the Jungfraujoch.

How do you travel around Jungfrau?

You don’t need a car to get around in the Jungfrau region. From Interlaken, a car only gets you to Lauterbrunnen/Stechelberg and Grindelwald. From there, trains and cable cars take you up in the mountains. There are frequent trains from Interlaken to Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen.

What is the best time to visit Jungfraujoch?

As for the best time to visit Jungfraujoch… You’ve got the best chance for great weather if you visit Jungfraujoch from May to September. These are also the busiest months, so remember to book your ticket in advance.

Do I need to book Jungfraujoch in advance?

You don’t need to reserve or book in advance for trains to Jungfraujoch, you can just turn up, buy a ticket at the station and go. In fact, I recommend buying a ticket on the day so you can check the weather before deciding to go – check the webcam on www.jungfrau.ch.

Is Jungfrau worth visiting?

A visit to Jungfraujoch rounds out the entire Bernese Oberland experience. You get to play in the snow, see the Aletsch Glacier, and get to stand on one of the highest, most easily accessible places in Europe. If all of this sounds great to you, then a visit to Jungfraujoch is definitely worth it.

Is there an entrance fee to Jungfraujoch?

The standard Jungfraujoch ticket price from Interlaken is CHF 235.80 return per adult during peak season (1 June to 31 August). This price applies whether you buy your ticket in advance or at a local railway station.

Which is better Matterhorn or Jungfrau?

I personally prefer the Matterhorn to Jungfrau. Both are awesome but the Matterhorn and Zermatt are stunning. The glacier paradise is perhaps better at Junfrau and the train ride up to Jungfraujoch is great but the Matterhorn is one place that I would personally recommend everyone visit. You won’t be disappointed.

Which is the most beautiful place in Switzerland?

13 The Most Beautiful Places in Switzerland to Visit

  1. Jungfraujoch. Known as “The Top of Europe”, Jungfraujoch might just be the most beautiful place in Switzerland.
  2. Lauterbrunnen.
  3. Interlaken.
  4. Lucerne.
  5. Bern.
  6. Lake Geneva (lac Léman)
  7. The Matterhorn.
  8. Chateau de Chillon.

Is Swiss Pass valid for Jungfraujoch?

A Swiss Pass or Swiss Flexi Pass are valid for travel to Grindelwald or Wengen. From those stations to Kleine Scheidegg, a ticket can be purchased at a 50% discount. From Kleine Scheidegg to the Jungfraujoch, a ticket can be purchased at a 25% discount.

What is the most beautiful village in Switzerland?

10 Most Picturesque Villages in Switzerland

  • Gimmelwald, Switzerland.
  • Wengen, Switzerland.
  • Interlaken, Switzerland.
  • Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland.
  • Spiez, Switzerland.
  • Crans-Montana, Switzerland.
  • Andermatt, Switzerland.
  • Leukerbad, Switzerland.

Which is the best month to visit Switzerland?

The best time to visit Switzerland is from June to August. Although, as you explore this snowy heaven further, you’ll realise that Switzerland can be seen in different shades and colours as each season changes, so the best time depends on your plans.

What is the coolest city in Switzerland?

Best Cities in Switzerland

  1. Bern. One of the top Swiss destinations is also the capital city of Switzerland.
  2. Geneva. In the list of the cities you want to visit in Switzerland, you should also add the city of Geneva.
  3. Lucerne. Lucerne is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
  4. Zurich.
  5. Basel.

How do I get to the Jungfrau region?

The Jungfrau region begins in Interlaken, the largest town in the region. Interlaken is easy to reach by train and car. The Jungfrau region stretches out to the Jungfrau mountain range in the south, which is a UNESCO World Heritage area.

How much is the supplement with the Jungfrau travel pass?

Jungfrau Travel Pass holders can purchase the supplement for CHF 74 return for travel in high season (1 June to 31 August) or CHF 61 return for the remainder of the year. The Jungfrau Travel Pass includes the cable car from Grindelwald to First mountain.

How much does the Jungfraujoch cost?

The total cost of the above excursions using regular adult fares is CHF 405.80. The 3-day Jungfrau Travel Pass costs CHF 264 (CHF 190 plus CHF 74^ for the final sector on the Jungfraujoch).

What is included in the Jungfraujoch pass?

The Jungfraujoch pass includes a variety of mountain excursions in the Jungfrau Region. Whilst the Jungfrau Travel Pass does not cover the fare all the way to the top of Jungfraujoch, the final sector can be purchased at a specially reduced price.