Explore o melhor dos Alpes Suíços e descubra as principais atrações com facilidade com esse passe de viagem da região de Jungfrau de 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ou 8 dias. Explore de barco, ônibus, gôndola e trem e desfrute de viagens sem problemas ao redor de Interlaken, Grindelwald, Lauterbrunnen, Kleine Scheidegg, Harder Kulm e os Alpes além. Siga as trilhas de caminhada sob os picos Eiger, Mönch e Jungfrau, e maravilhe-se com os profundos vales e encostas da bela região de Bernese Oberland. Com seu passe de viagem em mãos, personalize seu itinerário e explore no seu próprio ritmo.
Passe de viagem ilimitado na região de Jungfrau, válido por três, quatro, cinco, seis, sete ou oito dias
Viaje de trem, gondola, ônibus e barco por Bernese Oberland
Desfrute de aventuras de caminhada em Interlaken, Grindelwald, Lauterbrunnen, Kleine Scheidegg e mais
Aventure-se nos cumes Alpinos Harder Kulm, First e Schynige Platte, e admire beleza dos Alpes suíços
Personalize o seu itinerário de acordo com suas preferências e explore no seu próprio ritmo
Desfrute de uma viagem gratuita para Männlichen com o Jungfrau Travel Pass
Amazing scenery. If you love hiking, mountains and riding unique trains it is worth spending 3-5 days in this area and buying the Jungfrau region travel pass. It only covers this immediate area, and the boat rides on the lakes are not covered with 3-4 day passes only 5 or more, so plan accordingly. Also note that many of these railways are closed during winter, some opening late May.
Excellent value for money as it covers pretty much all trains into the mountains except last leg of Jungfrau. We used it extensively over all 3 days, would recommend getting this if you're in Interlaken for 3-6 days.
We had the 6 day pass. We used it extensively getting from town to town as well as the different trail heads. The initial expense was well worth it not only for the value but also in time saved as we hopped from train to train to boat to gondola without having to buy tickets for each.
For most of the trip, the rail pass worked very well. However, Viator stated in an email that having a digital version of the pass on your phone was sufficient, but on the third day of using the pass, a train conductor was very displeased that I had not exchanged the voucher for an official rail pass. In the future, Viator should make it more clear that one must submit a printed version of the voucher to a rail office in the Jungfrau region.
The worthiness of the tour is greatly affected by the weather -- I got the 3-day pass but it was raining/snowing heavily in 2 out of the 3 consecutive days. but the pass is very inflexible. I could not keep it 'on hold' for 1 day and postpone my visits well, I could, just pay for everything again Basically what I could see from the top was complete whiteness.