Chateau de Neuchâtel
Inside the largely Gothic Église Collégiale is a mix of Romanesque elements (notably the triple apse).
Fontaine du Banneret
Fanciful gold-leaf fountain topped by a banner-wielding knight.
Heading uphill along Rue du Château, walk through the medieval city gate to view the Tour des Prisons. Scale it for lake and Alpine views.
Despite its name – Heating Included – this retro bar with a decorative tiled entrance is one cool place to loiter, be it for morning...
Perfectly placed in the Old Town shade of Fontaine du Banneret, this green-thinking cafe cooks up healthy salads, quiches and tarts –...
Chateau de Neuchâtel information
Behind the church is the 15th-century castle with a pretty courtyard made for meandering. Excellent summertime guided tours (45 minutes) allow you to poke your nose around the castle’s innards.