In Morning, all of us were beaming with excitement, to see the much talked about Jungfraujoch.A viewing point, standing at an altitude of 3454m,is located in between the well known mountains Mönch and Jungfrau, offering stunning panoramic vistas of mountains and glaciers.
In the afternoon around 1:00 pm, we reached Jungfraujoch, the highest-altitude railway station (3500m) in the Europe. We visited the Sphinx Observatory, which offers beautiful panoramic views of the famous Swiss mountains. The view from the observation deck gave a feel as though one is floating amongst the clouds.
Day 5 – Jungfrau TourThat was the only Prebooked tour in our journey . While we were headed to the Grindelwald Station and then after to Kleine Scheidegg which takes you all way up to the Highest Moutain of Europe at around 11,000 Ft.
On the 2nd day, I asked at front desk in the hostel about jungfraujoch and they were so helpful they directed me the whole route and gave me some vouchers for free. This discount vouchers were redeemed during journey. I took train from interlaken and after changing 3 trains finally I visited there. The view was eye thundering. The layer of snow covered the whole peak. I took a package worth 210€ this package includes English, German and Spanish-speaking guides, Transportation by comfortable coach, Cogwheel train ride, Access to Alpine Sensation, Sphinx Observation Terrace, Plateau and the Ice Palace (weather permitting). Meals, beverages and personal expenses were not included in the package. After visiting the whole spot I returned with the group to interlaken. This trip took 9 hrs so I was quite tired and went to hostel for some rest. In the night I visited the town and had some drinks.
Day 1 started with a scenic drive to Lauterbrunnen, from where we boarded a charming cogwheel train to Jungfraujoch the highest altitude railway station in Europe at 11,333 ft. It felt surreal to be on the very top of Europe, on my birthday!