Your tour to Jungfraujoch starts from Zurich's Sihlquai bus terminal. A multilingual guide who speaks English, German and Spanish will accompany you throughout your trip.
The journey through the Bernese Oberland to Jungfraujoch begins with a scenic coach ride to Interlaken, a Swiss town best known for its resorts and winter sports, you will arrive in Interlaken at around 10:15am.
After 30 minutes to explore Interlaken at 10:45am, you'll board a cog-wheel train in Grindelwald, a small town nestled in amongst the Alps. The train travels up through the mountains, offering breath-taking views of the landscape perfect for photographs. You'll need to change trains again at Kleine Scheidegg; this might be a good time to take a break, get a warm drink and take in the scenery around you! After changing trains, the rest of the trip to the Top of Europe takes place underground.
At around 1:30pm and 3500 metres up you'll reach Jungfraujoch, the highest-altitude railway station in the Europe. Once there, you will have around 2 hours spare time, you can visit the Sphinx Observatory, which offers beautiful panoramic views of the famous Swiss mountains. You can see for miles from the observation deck; it seems as though you're floating amongst the clouds.
The Aletsch Glacier - Europe's longest - and the Ice Palace are also located at Jungfraujoch. Make sure to visit the sparkling Ice Palace, a series of rooms and corridors carved into the glacier itself! The Ice Palace is home to various ice sculptures, with more added every year. Restaurants are located on the mountain for optional meals, snacks and drinks.
Begin you descent at 3:30pm. The train ride down the mountain will still take you back to Kleine Scheidegg, where instead of getting on the train going to Grindelwald, you'll take the train through Lauterbrunnen. The coach will meet you at Lauterbrunnen to take you safely back to Zurich, returning around 8:00pm.