JUNGFRAUJOCH - Top of Europe

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Fantastic in Winter

Feel and enjoy the Winter in the Alps

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Top of Europe

The Highest train station in Europe

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Ice Palace

Ice and Snow all the year

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The Jungfrau Railway, a pioneering masterpiece among mountain railways, went into service in 1912. Connecting from Interlaken or Grindewald, the cogwheel railway takes passengers from Kleine Scheidegg to the Jungfraujoch-Top of Europe
  • Jungfraujoch Journey

    The railway journey to the Jungfraujoch is an experience which leads through the Eiger and the Mönch. At the Eismeer and Eigerwand intermediate stations, visitors can enjoy the wonderful view. The Sphinx observation hall and terrace, the glistening Ice Palace, a walk on the eternal snows of Jungfrau plateau. Amazing all year round attractions on the Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe.

    Travel time: 02 hours and 24 minutes

  • The highest station on Europe!

    Jungfraujoch-Top of Europe, which at 3,454 meters is Europe’s highest-altitude railway station in a world of rock, ice and snow. The journey to Europe's highest railway station. Seven of the nine kilometres of railway are in a tunnel hewn in the rock of the Eiger and Mönch. The Ice Gateway links the Ice Palace with the glacier plateau. Experience the high-Alpine winterworld at close quarters, in all four season and whatever the weather, from the shelter of the new building.

  • Let it snow!

    The train stops for five minutes at each of two intermediate stations, the Eigerwand (Eiger Wall) and Eismeer (Sea of Ice), where passengers can marvel at the fascinating mountain world through panorama windows. The Jungfrau Railway climbs a height difference of 1400 metres in around 50 minutes. Attractions on the Jungfraujoch: Ice Palace, Ice Gateway, Sphinx observation terrace, Plateau with hikes in the eternal snow, "Top of Europe" Glacier Restaurant, Summer ski & snowboard park and also the High Alpine Research Exhibition

Swiss Scenic Trains:

Jungfraujoch Prices & Details (Fares in US Dollars)

All fares are roundtrip

 
Interlaken or Grindewald to Jungfraujoch - Full fare $238.00
Interlaken or Grindewald to Jungfraujoch - Half Fare Card or Swiss Travel Pass Holder* $119.00
Interlaken or Grindewald to Jungfraujoch - Eurail Pass Holder* $179.00
Interlaken or Grindewald to Jungfraujoch - Child (6-15 years old) $119.00

* meals are not included on any price. Snacks are sold at the train restaurant cart.

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Ticket voucher - How to use and retrieve your tickets:

As soon as your booking have been processed, you will receive an email with your booking confirmation. In this email you will find all details about your purchase. Depending on the Scenic train you choose, you will receive either the actual train ticket or a Voucher to retrieve your ticket at the station. This will be listed on your confirmation email, please read it carefully.

* Some Scenic trains will require you to receive a voucher by mail first. After that you will use this voucher to get your ticket at the Scenic train specific station.

Each Scenic train will list an exchange point (when necessary) on its own page and details, for example, if you have purchased the Schilthorn/ Piz Gloria Scenic train your exchange point will be at the train station in Murrem.

When you have a Voucher: You must have the voucher received by mail to retrieve your tickets at the station. They cannot be retrieved with any other information. No exceptions. If by any reason you do not have your voucher with you, contact the issuer (the company where you have purchased it from) and ask for help. They will address the options you have for a refund. Please note that you can also check this options on the TERMS and CONDITIONS on the next tab.

When you have an actual ticket: You must have the tickets in hands to board the train. You cannot board the train or use your tickets any other way besides showing them at the stations.

Once you have your tickets in hands you are ready to enjoy your trip!

The ticket retrieve instructions will be sent in the confrimation email.

a) Exchange Points: Vouchers must be exchanged for tickets at specific stations according to your purchased Scenic train.

  • Norway in a NutShell: This voucher specifically do not need to be exchanged for tickets,
  • Glacier Express: You will receive actual tickets for this one. Glacier express train tickets must be stapled in an All Aboard ticket cover.
  • Golden Pass Line: You will receive actual tickets for this one. Golden Pass train tickets must be stapled in an All Aboard ticket cover.
  • Bernina Express: You will receive actual tickets for this one. Bernina Express train tickets must be stapled in an All Aboard ticket cover.
  • Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe: Voucher do not need to be exchanged and can be used as actual boarding pass
    at rail stations in Interlaken Ost, Grindelwald or Wengen.
  • Chocolate train: You will receive actual tickets for this one. Train tickets must be stapled in an All Aboard ticket cover.
  • Schilthorn / Piz Gloria: The voucher must be exchanged at the train station in Murren.
  • Mount Titlis: Mt. Titlis vouchers must be exchanged at the valley station in Engelberg.

  • b) When travelling in Switzerland, with a Swiss Pass: Free Swiss Family Card allows children under 16 to travel free with a parent or legal guardian. If reservations are necessary the child will have to purchase one to save her a seat.
    With an Eurail Pass, in Norway in a NutShell and children traveling without a parent: Discounted fare for children 4 - 15
    c) Children under 4 travel free when sharing an adult passenger’s accommodations.
    d) All tickets are subject to confirmation. The tickets have a variable horizon for booking, normally 60 to 90 days within trip date. A booking confirmation will be sent as soon as the booking have been processed.
    e) All fares are per person in US Dollars, subject to to change before the booking processing
    f) Physical Tickets: Those tickets must be mailed by FedEx. When you are placing your order it will be required to list a shipping address. Please select an address where this package could be received by someone for your own security.
    g) Handling fee: all bookings are subject to US$ 8 handling fee.
    h) Refund options: Once voucher has been exchanged for a ticket, refund is not possible. Vouchers may be refunded up to 6 months from the date of issue. A 15% cancellation penalty applies. It is not exchangeable.
    Tickets cannot be refunded or exchanged.


    Rail Passes & Tickets Options

    If you want travel multiple destinatinations, consider a rail pass for multiple destinations or a train ticket add-on:

    Useful Information


    • Interlaken

      2 Train Stations:

      Interlaken Ost or Interlaken East is a railway station in the resort town of Interlaken in the Swiss canton of Bern. The station was previously known as Interlaken Zollhaus. The town has one other station, Interlaken West.

      Interlaken Ost is an important railway junction at the meeting point of three railway lines, the Thunersee line of the BLS AG, the Brünig line of the Zentralbahn, and the Bernese Oberland railway (BOB). In addition to trains operated directly by the owners of these lines, the station is also reached by passenger trains of the Swiss Federal Railways, Deutsche Bahn and TGV Lyria, all of which operate over the Thunersee line.

      The station provides an interchange with the local bus network provided by PostBus Switzerland and the regional bus line to Thun provided by Verkehrsbetriebe STI. Ships of the BLS-owned fleet on Lake Brienz serve a quay at Interlaken Ost, which they access via a navigable reach of the Aar river.

      Interlaken West is a railway station in the resort town of Interlaken, in the Swiss canton of Bern. It is on the Thunersee line of the BLS AG, and is one of two stations in the town, the other being Interlaken Ost. In addition to trains operated directly by the BLS, the station is also reached by passenger trains of the Swiss Federal Railways, Deutsche Bahn and TGV Lyria.

      The lines through the station are standard gauge and are electrified at 15kV AC. There are two tracks, narrowing to a single track at either end of the station, and each track is served by a side platform. The station building is situated on the eastern platform.

      The station also provides an interchange with the local bus network provided by PostBus Switzerland and the regional bus line to Thun provided by Verkehrsbetriebe STI. Ships of the BLS-owned fleet on Lake Thun serve a quay at Interlaken West, which they access via the 2.75-kilometre (1.71 mi) long Interlaken ship canal.


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      SBB Call Center Handicap.
      0800 007 102 Toll-free in Switzerland (from 6 to 22)

      To request assistance when boarding, changing or alighting from trains at our staffed “Support Stations”, please contact SBB Call Center Handicap. The Call Center can also tell you which stations and trains have wheelchair access and help you select the most suitable trains. Assistance is available free of charge to wheelchair users, passengers with impaired mobility, the blind and visually impaired and the mentally handicapped.

      SNCF Assistance
      f you encounter service disruptions or major delays, SNCF Assistance canimprove your travel experience during peak periods. Our volunteer staff are attentive and service-oriented, with an added guarantee of assistance should you need it.

      • In stations: staff members greet you and keep you informed during delays. If problems continue, they provide simple boxed meals.
      • On board trains: the conductor arranges for onboard staff to assist you.

      If your train arrives in Paris after metro and RER lines have shut down for the night, you’ll be transported safely to your home under a special agreement between the city and Paris taxi companies. 

      Acessibility

      Accès Plus, Accès TER and Accès Plus Transilien services provide special assistance to travellers with disabilities or limited mobility. Available in nearly 360 stations throughout the French rail network, in five regions and in 51 stations in the Paris region, these services cost absolutely nothing. To take advantage of them, contact your Accès Plus adviser.

      And then? Relax!

      • On your day of departure, go to the station 30 minutes before your train is scheduled to leave. An SNCF staff member will accompany you to the train, carry your luggage (up to 15 kilos) and get you settled on board.
      • When you reach your destination, an SNCF staff member will meet you and take you to your meeting point in the station. If you’re changing trains, he'll help you board your new train.
      • For travel between Lille, Lyon and Rennes, our Accès Synchro pilot program can assist you from your home to your destination

      To Reserve:

      Call +33 (0) 890 640 650 and press 1 (€0.11/minute incl. tax from a landline, plus any surcharge) or call 36 35 and say “Accès Plus” (€0.34 incl. tax the first minute and €0.11 for each additional minute from a landline, plus any surcharge). From outside France, call +33 892 35 35 35


    • Zurich

      The Zurich Main Station is one of the busiest train stations in the world. Its central location provides access to trains traveling to Spain, France, Italy, Austria, Germany and beyond. In addition, the station is part of the Rail City network and has over 200 hundred underground shops in which travelers can pick up souvenirs, snacks and other trinkets.

      • Address: Bahnhofplatz 7, 8001 Zürich, Switzerland 044 224 33 33
      • View location on map: Google map

      Transportation from the the Zurich Main Train Station:

      Zurich Main Station offers direct connections from many cities throughout Switzerland as well as frequent service to the airport. Trains operate every 10-15 minutes with a total travel time of only 11 minutes from the city center to the airport

      To the Zurich airport:

      • Frequent local (S Bahn) and long distance trains
      • Travel time: 10 minutes approximately

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      SNCF Assistance
      f you encounter service disruptions or major delays, SNCF Assistance canimprove your travel experience during peak periods. Our volunteer staff are attentive and service-oriented, with an added guarantee of assistance should you need it.

      • In stations: staff members greet you and keep you informed during delays. If problems continue, they provide simple boxed meals.
      • On board trains: the conductor arranges for onboard staff to assist you.

      If your train arrives in Paris after metro and RER lines have shut down for the night, you’ll be transported safely to your home under a special agreement between the city and Paris taxi companies. 

      Acessibility

      Accès Plus, Accès TER and Accès Plus Transilien services provide special assistance to travellers with disabilities or limited mobility. Available in nearly 360 stations throughout the French rail network, in five regions and in 51 stations in the Paris region, these services cost absolutely nothing. To take advantage of them, contact your Accès Plus adviser.

      And then? Relax!

      • On your day of departure, go to the station 30 minutes before your train is scheduled to leave. An SNCF staff member will accompany you to the train, carry your luggage (up to 15 kilos) and get you settled on board.
      • When you reach your destination, an SNCF staff member will meet you and take you to your meeting point in the station. If you’re changing trains, he'll help you board your new train.
      • For travel between Lille, Lyon and Rennes, our Accès Synchro pilot program can assist you from your home to your destination

      To Reserve:

      Call +33 (0) 890 640 650 and press 1 (€0.11/minute incl. tax from a landline, plus any surcharge) or call 36 35 and say “Accès Plus” (€0.34 incl. tax the first minute and €0.11 for each additional minute from a landline, plus any surcharge). From outside France, call +33 892 35 35 35


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