Jungfrau: a place of eternal snow and spectacular scenery

The Jungfrau region in Switzerland is a must-see travel destination for tourists and visitors of this beautiful country. Jungfrau is a place of eternal snow and glaciers, any season or time of the year you fancy to visit this place of spectacular scenery there will always be stunning views of mountain peaks covered with snow and ice that will take your breath away. Jungfrau is located in Bernese Oberland region of the Swiss Alps and is the highest peak of a mountain massif. The Meyer Brothers were the first to reach the summit of this mountain on 1811. A trip to this ice and snow wonderland is often referred to as the highlight of every tourist’s visit to Switzerland and a trip to Switzerland without visiting Jungfrau is incomplete.

Jungfraujoch which is often called ‘Top of Europe’ is a saddle and is the lowest point on the mountain ridge between Monch and Jungfrau and is very famous for being the site of the highest train station in Europe at 11,332 ft. which is being used since 1912. One of the famous tourist attractions in this impressive place is the Sphinx Observation Terrace which is perched at 3,571 meters in the Swiss Alps and has the highest altitude construction in Europe and is the highest space-observatory in the world. It has a popular viewing point where you can have a panoramic view of the three peaks and the stunning glaciers. Other places worth checking out and activities to try are the glistening Ice Palace, the Ice Gateway which links the Ice Palace with the glacier plateau, Plateau hikes in the eternal snow, Top of Europe Glacier Restaurant, Aletsch Glacier, Husky-drawn sled rides, The Eiger Glacier’s Greenland Dogs during summer, and the High Alpine Research Exhibition.

The Sphinx Observation Terrace

Ice Palace

The Railway

The Scenery