Located directly on the lake shore and dominated by the castle and Collegiale Church, the millennium-old Old Town built of yellow sandstone is a maze of narrow streets and alleyways that take the visitor from one discovery to another.
Neuchâtel is a real little unspoilt gem with a medieval background. The city, with its secular patrimony, celebrated its millennium in 2011. With its privileged location on the lake of the same name, its narrow cobblestone streets and its bustling pedestrian zone, the city enables visitors to immerse themselves in a magical medieval atmosphere. Attractions that should not be missed include the castle and the Collegiale Church, the Hôtel DuPeyrou, the Place des Halles and the town hall .