Jungfrau

The Jungfrau is one of the main summits located in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland, and has become one of the most frequented places in the Alps. Tourism to the area boomed so much that in the early 20th century that a cog wheel railway was constructed to take passengers to the top and back down again with ease, and so was born the Jungfraujoch.

Trains trundle through the lush countryside south from Interlaken before coiling spectacularly up across either Wengen or Grindlewald's mountain pastures, breaking the tree line at Kleine Scheidegg and tunneling clean through the Eiger to emerge at the Jungfraujoch, an icy, windswept col at 3454m, just beneath the Jungfrau summit.

The Jungfraujoch is not included on any pass including Switzerland; however you are entitled to a discount of around 25% if you show your pass which includes Switzerland at the time of purchase.
To begin your Jungfraujoch journey, you will need to make your way to Interlaken by train, which is covered by any pass including Switzerland. If you do not have a pass including Switzerland and would like to book the Jungfrau from Australia, simply click on the Jungfrau VIP Pass link below and you can purchase it through Rail Plus before you go.

Rail Plus Products that get you to the Jungfrau:

Jungfraujoch (Travel Pass & Return Day Trip)

All Passes that include Switzerland

Swiss Consecutive Pass

Swiss Flexi Pass

Golden Pass Tour (includes trip on Jungfraujoch)

Tops of Switzerland Package (includes trip on Jungfraujoch)

You can also purchase train tickets and seat reservation by using the train ticket search below on this page. Please note that all fast trains require a compulsory seat reservation in Switzerland.

Getting there:

Routing How long? Daily Services
Bern - Interlaken 53mins 15
Basel - Interlaken 1hr 56mins 15+
Lucern - Interlaken 2hrs 13

jungfrau train and snow-capped mountains