At an altitude of 3454 meters, Jungfraujoch is Europe's highest railway station. Its construction was a pioneering technical achievement, carved by countless workers directly out of the rock of the Swiss Alps. In 1912, following some 16 years of construction, the 9.3-kilometer-long railway line was opened.
Today it’s a popular destination for mountain-loving romantics, drawing in more than a million visitors a year. Euromaxx reporter Hendrik Welling went to the Jungfraujoch to marvel at this incredible achievement of engineering and experience the Swiss life.