Jungfraujoch Tickets & Tours

Top Jungfraujoch Day Tours

Jungfraujoch is a unique mountain attraction and millions of visitors reach here each year. Since it is a year round attraction, there are several day tours from nearby towns and cities that are organized for trips to Jungfraujoch. Your Jungfraujoch Pass offers several travel benefits that you can enjoy for these day trips.

You can take exciting day trips to Jungfraujoch from Interlaken, Grindelwald, Bern, Lucerne, Zurich, Basel and many parts of Europe. On these day trips you can take advantage of your Jungfraujoch Pass and enjoy visits to all the attractions of Jungfraujoch like the Sphinx Observatory, Ice Palace and others. Your day trips to Jungfraujoch can also be customized and combined with other locations like Grindelwald, Wenger and other picturesque Alpine villages.

Why To Visit Jungfraujoch

Jungfraujoch is a unique and fascinating year round attraction in Switzerland. It is one of the best places to visit in the country and offers a wide variety of things to do which you can enjoy with your Jungfraujoch Pass. The top of Jungfraujoch offers some of the most stunning views in Europe. Jungfraujoch is a mountain saddle connecting two major peaks of the Alps, the Mönch and Jungfrau. The Jungfraujoch has many unique attributes that attracts visitors from around the world. First is the railway track which is over 100 years old and still intact, which due to its height is famously called the Top of Europe.

Visitors can enjoy the luxury train ride up the mountain while taking in the most spectacular scenery along the way. The other major attraction here is the Ice Palace and you enter it by passing through an ice tunnel made under a glacier and see ice sculptures in the shape of various animals and objects. One of the major reasons to explore Jungfraujoch is the Sphinx Observatory which is one of the highest observatories in the world. The Observatory is accessible by the public and there is a superfast elevator that takes you from the station directly to the Observatory. There is also an open deck from where you can enjoy stunning views of the Swiss Alps and the glaciers surrounding the area.

Plan Your Visit to Jungfraujoch

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  • How To Reach Jungfraujoch :

1. By Train- Traveling by train is the only way to reach Jungfraujoch but this is a journey that is completely worth it. You will need to take a train to Kleine Scheidegg and then from here get on the famous luxury Jungfraujoch Railway train to the top. Some find the fares a little expensive but if you have your Jungfraujoch Pass then you get amazing discounts on your travel fare as well as other benefits.

2. By Gondola plus Train- The fastest way to reach Jungfraujoch is by boarding the Eiger Express Tricable Gondola to Eiger Glacier Station. From here switch trains and board the luxury Jungfraujoch Railway train to reach your destination.

  • Best Time to Visit Jungfraujoch:
  1. Jungfraujoch is a year round attraction with millions of visitors each year. If you love skiing, snow, snowcapped Alpine sceneries and frigid temperatures then winter months between November to February is the best time to visit Jungfraujoch.
  2. If you like hiking, skydiving, and other summer activities then the best time to visit is summer months between June to September.
  3. Best time to visit Jungfraujoch during the day is in the morning when the weather is clear and crowds are less. The best thing to do is use your Jungfraujoch city pass and take the first train out to Jungfraujoch.

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Getting Around in Jungfraujoch:

1. By Foot: Jungfraujoch region itself is a car free zone and wherever you need to go in the area you take a walk.

2. By Bike: You can also explore the place through bicycle as it is one of the most popular modes of transport in the city. You can travel from the narrow streets of the place with ease with rental bikes.

Best Areas to Stay in Jungfraujoch:

If you want to explore the Jungfraujoch region in detail then staying in Lauterbrunnen will be your best choice as you will be close to the regions you wish to explore.

If you wish for a more activity filled holiday then stay in Grindelwald

  • Carry sunglasses despite the weather you're traveling in. In winters the whiteness of the snow is blinding during the day.

  • If you are visiting Jungfraujoch in summer then do not miss out on Snow Park. You can enjoy various snowy activities right in the middle of summer.

  • Plan your visit to Jungfraujoch on a clear day. Check out weather reports before booking your day trips.

  • It is best to visit Jungfraujoch in the morning as the weather is clearer in the morning. Use your Jungfraujoch city pass and board the first train to Jungfraujoch.

  • Wear layers with gloves, socks and sunglasses even in summer.

  • Weather:
  • Summer is the warmest time of year in Jungfrau but still very cold as compared to other places. The average high temperatures are 1°C in June and 3°C in July and August.
  1. Autumn months are quite chilly and average temperatures between September to November is -5°C to -12°C.

  2. Winter is the coldest time in Jungfraujoch, February being the coldest month. Average temperatures during this time -9°C to -15°C.

  3. Spring time starts getting warm again with temperatures averaging at -7°C to -2°C.

  • Language: The most common language spoken in the Jungfrau region is German. Next comes French and English.

  • Time Zone: Time Zone at Jungfraujoch is Central European Time

  • Budget: The average budget for trips to Jungfraujoch from most nearby locations is between CHF 180 to CHF 200. Getting a Jungfraujoch travel pass is an excellent way to save on travel expenses.

  • Currency: Swiss Franc

  • Visa: Visitors from 26 countries that are part of the Schengen Region do not require a visa to visit Jungfraujoch. Citizens from the UK, USA, New Zealand, Ireland and a few other countries in the EU do not require a visa for a visit here. Visitors from Asian, African countries will require a visa.

FAQs for Jungfraujoch Pass

How many days is enough to see Jungfraujoch?

Around 1 to 2 days are enough for you to visit Jungfraujoch without missing out on anything from visiting the Lindt Chocolate museum that is home to the world's largest freestanding chocolate fountain or visit the famous city of Grindelwald.

What is the best time to visit Jungfraujoch?

The best time to visit Jungfraujoch is from June to September as it is Summertime and you can invest yourself in numerous summer activities such as hiking and boating.

Are there any discounts offered on any of the day trips to Jungfraujoch?

Yes, there are various discounts you can avail of for your visit to Jungfraujoch. Your Jungfraujoch travel pass also offers a fantastic discount on your trip to the Top of Jungfraujoch.

Is visiting Jungfraujoch expensive?

Yes, visiting Jungfraujoch is a tad expensive but once you get there it will all be worth it. A great way to bring down your expenses is getting the Jungfraujoch travel pass especially when it comes to traveling. The city has picturesque landscapes and stunningly gorgeous snow capped mountains that can be seen from the city itself, this makes the city a must visit.

How much does the Jungfraujoch railway ticket cost?

The cost of your railway ticket to Jungfraujoch will greatly depend on where you are starting your journey from, but the ticket prices vary from approximately 17 CHF to 95 CHF per person. If you have a Swiss pass then you might get a nice discount on your ticket while booking, especially if you are booking online and you have your Jungfraujoch travel pass.

How long does it take from Zurich to Jungfraujoch?

If you are traveling by train from Zurich to Jungfraujoch your trip will last approximately 2 and a half hours with prices starting from 60 CHF to 120 CHF. You can get excellent discounts on your travel fare if you have the Jungfraujoch travel pass.


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