Embarque em um trem de cremalheira para a Jungfraujoch, classificada pela UNESCO, conhecida como o topo da Europa, nesta viagem de um dia de Zurique até os espetaculares Alpes Suíços. Depois de uma viagem de ônibus cênica através do Bernese Oberland, suba até a estação ferroviária mais alta da Europa, localizada a 11.333 pés (3.454 metros) acima do nível do mar. Do Observatório da Esfinge, observe a geleira Aletsch e passe os picos alpinos cobertos de neve em direção à França e à Itália.
Excelente passeio, com uma infraestrutura extremamente abrangente para atender os turistas, o guia é super divertido e o itinerário foi muito bem desenhado para atender o público em geral. Fiz uma vez e repetiria o passeio outras 100 mil vezes.
It was an amazing trip guide, ride, location everything was really good. organized and professional guide was so knowledgeable and friendly and it’s a must do trip breathtaking views are just amazing, I could’ve never imagine that I can go on the mountain but they made it possible it was really smooth ride with very less physical activities and it’s wasnt really cold at all so I had a great time.
Clouds, drizzle, and snow showers (on the mountain) made for a dismal day. Hopes had been high for my husband and me, along with the $500 price tag for travel for two. Received a small book describing the site, provided by the tour, but only at the end of the trip. Having the book up front would've helped to prepare for the site (there are things to see indoors) and to pass some of the time in transit.We also missed having a hand-out that included an agenda/time table plus a map.The day (combining bus and train travel) was extra long because we had to collect and drop off two passengers in Lucerne. No music or videos were offered to enliven the bus ride.Our guide's English was hard to understand. My husband and I often travel abroad, and I used to teach ESL to adults in NYC. Never heard the guide's version of English before. (He's from Thailand.) The guide also had a flippant, joking attitude that wasn't always funny.In fairness, the guide did suggest various spots for photo ops. He also made time to take guests' pictures using our cameras. Several photos he took of me/us were very good. Rather than spend a day like ours, take a chance and buy tix at the last minute. You'll then have a better idea of what weather to expect. Unless you have zero time flexibility, resist the online hype urging you to "book early as these trips may sell out." Our bus had at least four empty seats.Wish I'd read Yelp reviews in advance. I would then have looked for a different tour company.
The tour guide forgot his name was hilarious. At first he seemed like this quiet, grouchy tour guide, and then as the tour went on his personality started to show and I was laughing the whole time.
Overall this tour was worth my money and scenery was amazing.
I recommend taking caffeine with you if you get sleepy on a bus as I always do so you don't want to fall asleep and miss all the amazing views!
The stop off points were amazing and not too short, nor too long. The main restaurant in Jungfrau is very, very expensive and not good so make sure you eat at the cafeteria.