Centenary of the Jungfrau Railway
Jungfrau Railway Centenary Passport
A very special souvenir is waiting for you at all stations of the Jungfrau Railways in 2012: the official Jungfrau Railways Centenary Passport. On thirty pages, it contains details on excursion destinations in the Jungfrau Region and provides background information and fascinating facts on the history of the Jungfrau Railway, the Eiger North Wall and the high-Alpine research station on the Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe. You can give your personal certificate a finishing touch by having it stamped at Europe’s highest-altitude railway station.
Take a look at the Centenary PassportYou don’t have to wait until you visit us: you can see the Jungfrau Railways Centenary Passport online.
Where do I get my Centenary Passport?
Anyone who can show or buys a valid Jungfraujoch-Ticket at the ticket desk receives a Centenary Passport free. You can of course also collect your Centenary Pass with a valid onlineticket. Whether travelling in a group or individually, all visitors from age 6 will receive a pass.
Available in several languages
The Jungfrau Railway Centenary Passport is available in eight languages: English, German, Japanese, Korean, Chinese Spanish, French and Italian. Choose your language at the ticket desk in the Jungfrau Region!