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Jungfraujoch is the highest peak in Europe and when you are up at Phoenix Observatory, it really feels that you are at the top of Europe.
It will take you a major part of the day to get there but it worth every minute.
We had gone with kids. Right from the journey to Jungfrau and back, every moment spent was excellent. With hypnotic views through train windows, waterfalls, river, lush green meadows and rain, took our hearts away! We loved our time in train.
Jungfraujoch itself was a...More
This research station was opened in 1931. The observatory is fitted with a dome for astronomical research in 1950. Then in 1996 the Sphinx vantage terrace was opened. You can get up to the Sphinx Observatory on Switzerland's fastest lift that only takes 27 seconds....More
This is 1 of the must see places for those that enjoy and get a thrill just from looking at Vista's. The views are so spectacular you can become mesmerised and it is built to make sure you do not fall while gazing at splendour.
Its a must watch. There are many observatories. Observatories are differentiated by numbers. As far as I remember there are total 9 observatories. Few of them are must watch. One will take to out to the snow and another one is a man made ice...More
You go up the Jungfraujoch for the view and it doesn't disappoint. It's the sort of view that you can't drag yourself away from - the surrounding majestic peaks (not that these are much higher than you are), the glacier sweeping away below, the slopes...More