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4-Hour Private Guided Tour of Bern
"Your tour guide will await you at your hotel. After a short bus ride your guide will show you one of the secrets of Bern: The gardens of Roses which is know to be the best place to experience stunning views of the old town. Your guide will lead you the path down to the Bear Park the place where you'll see the animal that gives Bern it's name. You'll cross the Aare river and it's old bridge and enjoy the unique area of the arcades where you'll explore a lot of small and curious shops before continuing to the Town Hall. Your tour guide will show you the living place of Albert Einstein
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2-Hour Private Bern City Walking Tour
"During your two hour walk through the picturesque city of Bern an experienced guide will lead you through their home town based on your wishes. The tour can be adapted to suit your needs and group. You can decide when and where you want to start the tour. Of course your guide will show you all major sights of the be a UNESCO World Heritage. This includes the infamous watch tower the bear park the parliament building the cathedral and the Einstein-House.Upon request you can also discover the lesser known places in Bern. Furthermore you will hear background information from a local about the city and the sights. If you want to see the city with a certain focus or you are interested in a special topic
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4-Hour Private Guided Tour of Bern
"Your tour guide will await you at your hotel. After a short bus ride your guide will show you one of the secrets of Bern: The gardens of Roses which is know to be the best place to experience stunning views of the old town. Your guide will lead you the path down to the Bear Park the place where you'll see the animal that gives Bern it's name. You'll cross the Aare river and it's old bridge and enjoy the unique area of the arcades where you'll explore a lot of small and curious shops before continuing to the Town Hall. Your tour guide will show you the living place of Albert Einstein
From CHF152.00

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VIEWING TOWER @ CHAUMONT

Once we alighted from the Funicular, we headed towards the viewing platform, this is what I had read about.It is right on the edge, maybe overhanging a little. We enjoyed the views just walking along...
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FUNICULAR DE CHAUMONT

This Funicular took us up to an altitude of more than a thousand metres. Not new by any means, it has been operating since 1910 to link Chaumont to La Coudre which is a suburb of Neuchatel. The...
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VILLAGE OF VALANGIN

Located only 5 kms from Neuchantel, is the small village of Valangin. We came upon it by chance, but once I saw the Castle and some of the old homes, I had to go for a walk, not a big walk, as this...
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CHATEAUV VALANGIN

Located just 10mins from Neuchatel, is the village of Valangin and its Chateau. It is open as a Museum, displaying 17th & 18th century furniture, Neuchatel Lace, weapons, paintings and carvings.OPEN...
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Neuchatel's "Snail-Shell Stairway" (I&V)

Passage des Corbets – Corbets Passage is kind of closed passage with a beautiful Renaissance style spiral stairway built of Neuchatel yellow stone. There is certain similarity to another hidden...
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A very special Beauty Salon

If you come to Neuchatel, you should not miss the most interesting Beauty Salon in town (and probably in Switzerland) called Institut Yin Yang Beaulac, located on the Neuchate lake.There you can find...
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Swiss National Day

Some years ago I celebrated the Swiss National Day, 1st of August, in Neuchatel. Of course, everything happened at the lake. In the evening they had a huge fire work from a boat on the lake. Everybody...
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Protecting Vinyards from Birds

While visiting my Swiss Family (well the family I lived with as a student), they had us join them at a friends home and small vinyard. They had to cover the vines with netting to keep the birds from...
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The Wedding Present

In 1011, Rudolf III of Burgundy presented a new castle (neu-châtel) on the lakeshore to his wife Irmengarde. He died in around 1149. His successor, Ulrich II, and his wife Bertha, decided to build a...
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Route des Gouttes d'Or 2, Neuchatel 2000, Switzerland
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1, Esplanade du Mont Blanc, Neuchatel 2001, Switzerland
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2, quai Leopold-Robert, Neuchatel, Switzerland
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rue des Tunnels 11, 2000
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Place de la Gare 2, Neuchatel, Switzerland
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Top Things to Do in Neuchâtel

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Le Château - The Castle

The oldest section of the church, which I believe is the west wing, dates back to the 12th Century. Most of the castle that you can actually walk thru and basically check out, was added between 15-17...
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Tour des Prisons - Prisons Towers

The Prison Tower is the oldest building in Neuchatel with foundations going back to the 10th Century. This high tower stands at the foot of Neuchatel castle. Now, a few important bits of...
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Esplanade du Mont-Blanc

Plateau in front of Museum of Art and History, Esplanade Leopold-Robert – Leopold Robert Promenade, is venue of open-air sculpture exhibition. Sculptures are part of the museum Art Collection. The...
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Collégiale

Collegiale – the Collegiate Church, dedicated to the Virgin, is wonderful building made of Hauterive stone which gives it yellow colour typical for the city of Neuchatel. Almost the whole century...
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Rue du Seyon

Rue du Seyon is the longest street in Neuchatel's Old Town pedestrian zone. This vivid shopping street, although closed for private cars, is open for public transport – trolleybuses. The street is on...
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Place de l'Hotel Communale - Town Hall

The TOWN HALL was erected between 1784 and 1790 under the direction of the achitect PIerre-Adrien Paris. On the East tympanum, Minerva and Liberty flank a shield bearing the arms of the Town; on the...
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"Neuchatel – Splendid Yellow City"
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Tolik

"Neuchâtel, the city of 140 fountains"
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"Neuchatel in the Watch Valley"
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"NEUCHATEL BY LAKE NEUCHATEL"
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"Memories of Neuchatel"
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