Arrive and be astonished. As soon as you step off the Jungfrau Railway, you already know: you are entering another world. You are greeted at Europe’s highest railway station by chirping mountain jackdaws and a special light show. The projection onto the unique chain curtains is reminiscent of sun-coloured ice caves and alpine slopes in the morning. Travellers are guided by the light to the Berghaus, where refreshments await in the Pikantus Lounge and a first glimpse of the majestic beauty of the Aletsch glacier as it carves its way through the breathtaking Alpine landscape. At 3,454 metres above sea level, you can experience an unforgettable day here, whether on a tour of the ice palace with its fascinating sculptures or on the glacier plateau with a view of the four-thousand-metre peaks and the longest glacier in the Alps. With the glow of the sunset behind you and the crackling of ice in your ears, you finally start your journey home in the station hall, enriched by your experience of alpine heights.