Leave your Bern hotel with your private guide at 8:30am, then take the train to Interlaken. Here, you’ll switch to a local train for a shorter ride to Lauterbrunnen. Take in the village sights as you walk to the impressive Staubbach Falls — one of the country’s highest waterfalls.
From here, you’ll board a traditional cogwheel mountain train for your journey onward to Wengen. The pretty alpine village is often known as the gateway to the glaciers, being surrounded by mountains. Stroll around Wengen’s pedestrianized center, then reboard the cogwheel train for a ride in the direction of Kleine Scheidegg.
Switch to the Jungfrau railway, then climb the mountains to a lookout point known as The Top of Europe at Jungfraujoch. Along the way, you’ll enjoy a couple of stops in the tunnel so you can take photos in the middle of the mountain rocks.
Rising to an altitude of some 11,333 feet (3,454 meters), the Jungfrau summit station is home to a cluster of alpine attractions. On a 45-minute tour, you’ll discover the views from the Sphinx Terraces, check out a series of ice caves at the heart of the glacier, and visit a snow park. Learn about the creation of the mountain-top attractions, and try out some of the park activities, if you wish.
After a break for a mountain lunch at your own expense, you’ll have some free time to visit the Lindt chocolate shop. Descend the mountain via the Jungfrau railway in the direction of Kleine Scheidegg, then start your return route back via Grindelwald and Interlaken. Your day trip ends in Bern around 6pm.