Jungfrau is located in Switzerland and belongs to the Alps. It has the reputation of “Top of Europe” and “European Roof”. Jungfrau is famous for its magnificent snow-capped mountains and attracts thousands of visitors every year. It is basically one of the must-see attractions in Switzerland. The only access to the Jungfrau is built on In 1912, the Jungfrau Railway, which has been in operation for more than 100 years, is located at the Jungfrau Station, which is 3,454 meters above sea level. It is the highest railway station in Europe.
The Jungfrau Railway leading to the summit
Wants to visit the Jungfrau, first to Interlaken at the foot of Jungfrau Mountain. This small tourist city has two train stations, Interlaken Ost and Interlaken West, connecting other major Swiss cities such as Zurich, Geneva, etc., and even from other European cities. The country arrives on a cross-country railway, you can order the relevant train ticket. After arriving in Interlaken, there are two ways to get to Kleine Schidegg, the starting point of the Jungfrau Railway, which is: 1.Interlaken Interlaken -> Grindelwald-> Kleine Schidegg -> Jungfraujoch train station Jungfraujoch 2.Interlaken Interlaken -> Lauterbrunnen -> Kleine Schidegg -> Jungfraujoch Jungfraujoch It is via two different places. If you pass through Grindelwald, you can go to First. If you are passing Lauterbrunnen, you can go to the towns of Murren and Schilthorn. No matter where you are, after you arrive at Kleine Scheidegg, the Jungfrau Railway journey begins. The following is the station of the Jungfrau Railway:
- Kleine Scheidegg train station: 2,061 m2 above sea level
- Eiger Glacier Eigergletscher: 2320 m above sea level
- Eigerwand Eigerwand: 2864 m above sea level
- Ismail / Ice Sea Eismeer: 3158 m above sea level
- Jungfraujoch train station Jungfraujoch: 3454 m above sea level