Neuchâtel Transportation

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    Take the bus if you don't have a car

    by Sienlu Written May 18, 2010

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    Neuchatel is very small so it is very easy to go from one side to the other in a short amount of time and frankly it is not really necessary to rent a car, you can ride the bus, it goes everywhere and everyone does it!

    Make sure you walk along "le lac de Neuchatel" (the lake) too, it's so pretty and peaceful and of course visit the castle and downtown.

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    Fun' Ambule

    by amsterdam_vallon Written Aug 8, 2004
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    This funicular is doing the CFF railway - University (near the harbour) - CFF Railway trip in 2 minutes.

    It cost 1chf for one-way or return inside 30 minutes.
    There's a start every 6 minutes.
    It runs from 5:30 to 00:20.

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    How to go there?

    by amsterdam_vallon Updated Aug 6, 2004

    There's three main ways to get to Neuchatel :

    By the road :
    By car, on the highway from Lausanne by Yverdon. Or the nationals routes from Bienne and Bern

    By train :
    Neuchatel is on the main road from :
    Geneva :
    - a 1:15 minutes train journey
    - The cost is 40 chf one-way
    Lausanne :
    - a 40 minutes train journey
    - The cost is 44 chf one-way
    Bern :
    - a 40 minutes train journey
    - The cost is 34.40 chf one-way
    Bienne :
    - a 20 minutes train journey
    - The cost is 20.80 chf one-way
    La Chaux-de-Fonds :
    - a 32 minutes train journey
    - The cost is 20.80 chf one-way
    More info : Swiss Federal Railways

    By boat : The harbour is link with Lake Neuchatel and Lake of Bienne harbours

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  • buses and trams

    by sociolingo Written Jan 6, 2004

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    One of the best ways to get around Neuchatel is by tram and trolley bus and bus. Buses leave from Place Pury to destinations all around Neuchatel. The post buses go further up into the mountains.

    On fete days the buses are decorated with flowers.

    Buy a ticket from the machine at bus stops, or get a multi ticket from new kiosks.

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