Drei-Seen-Land is criss-crossed with some 250km of mostly flat, well-marked roller-skating, cycling and walking paths.
The area is known as a hotspot for camping, and for good reason. If you're travelling around Switzerland on a budget, you might want to spend a few days in some of the area's many campgrounds and hostels. Luxury hotels are limited to the cities of Neuchâtel and Biel-Bienne. Otherwise there's a good selection of midrange accommodation across the region.
As you'd expect from a 'land of three lakes', freshwater seafood features heavily in the region's cuisine and prices tend to be a little lower than in the cities of Lake Geneva, Pays de Fribourg and the northwest. Kitchens make good use of fresh, locally grown produce. Both Neuchâtel and Biel-Bienne have some depth of culinary variety to choose from and Yverdon-les-Bains has a good selection of cross-genre cuisine.