Neuchâtel Wheelchair Switzerland Accessible Tours
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Neuchâtel wheelchair accessible tours, is located on the southern slopes of the Jura Massif.

Is a picturesque city of medieval origins and the capital of the canton of the same name.

Lapped by the waters of Lake Neuchâtel, the city was once a small village while now it is a charming town that houses an ancient university.

Is also known worldwide for being the heart of Swiss watchmaking.

In this city, French is mostly spoken, as it is located in the area of the confederation called French-speaking Switzerland.

Neuchatel is a very pleasant city, located in the middle of the vineyards, with still a medieval spirit.

The city was also mentioned by Alexander Dumas, who once wrote that the pale ocher houses looked as if they had sprung from a knob of butter.

The northern shore of the lake is characterized by vineyard landscapes, the southern shore by the largest bird swamp in Switzerland.

Between fir trees and nature reserves, the power of water, over the centuries, has carved out the landscape creating the gorges of the Poëta-Raisse.

Also around the city, in Hauterive, is the Laténium, the largest archaeological museum in Switzerland.

Located in the excavation where the remains of three prehistoric sites were found, reachable by boat from the port of Neuchâtel.

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The heart of the city, rises high above the lake.

The historic core includes a Neuchâtel Castle, the Prison Tower and the beautiful Kollegiatskirche with its beautiful cloister.

One of the first things to visit in this city is its very very charming old town with beautiful yellow sandstone buildings, which dominate the whole old city, with old houses dating back to the XVII century.

In the historic center there are many cafes, especially in Place des Halles, the square of the old market, but above all it is worth visiting the castle.

There are also many festivals throughout the year.

The Grape Harvest Festival in September, which lasts for three days and animates the whole city, is a must.

Neuchâtel has a great variety of cultural activities, such as theaters and museums to visit.

Fondue in Switzerland may sound cliché, but it is indelibly intertwined with the fabric of the country.

For centuries, the Swiss in the mountains have been making fondue as a way to use bread and cheese during the colder months.

Today, it is a must for every visitor to the country, from autumn to spring.

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