Musée d’Art et d’Histoire
The museum is notable for three clockwork androids made between 1764 and 1774 by watchmaker Jaquet Droz. The Writer can be programmed to...
The Old Town streets are peppered with 18th-century mansions and fanciful gold-leaf fountains topped by anything from a banner-wielding...
Pick up a set of wheels for free (for the first four hours) from the seasonal portside kiosk run by Neuchâtel Roule. You’ll need to...
Paradox is a trio of funky, steely spaces: À l’Étage (1st-floor bar), Para (club with entrance at Rue des Terreaux 7) and Dox (entrance...
Café des Arts
Contemporary and stylish with a well-deserved reputation, this is a lovely spot for Asian- and Med-influenced modern fare.
Av DuPeyrou 1 · interesting places nearby
Hôtel DuPeyrou information
DuPeyrou presides like a mini-Versailles over manicured gardens, somewhat incongruously in the town centre. Built between 1765 and 1770, it regales with gastronomic dining in an 18th-century ambience. Its leafy green terrace is simply gorgeous and come autumn, game dishes stun.