Jura-Three-Lakes

The most beautiful destinations in the Jura-Three-Lakes region: from modern cities and picturesque villages such as Neuchâtel, Biel, Murten and St. Ursanne, the imposing Creux du Van and Chasseral, Lakes Neuchâtel, Biel and Murten to idyllic vineyards and sublime castles.

Hiking country, watchmaking country or winegrowing country are just some of the subjective terms that apply to the Jura-Three-Lakes region.

The region encompasses the canton of Neuchâtel, the canton of Jura and parts of the cantons of Bern, Fribourg and Vaud. It includes the Jura mountains, Lake Neuchâtel, Lake Biel and Lake Murten.

However, the Jura-Three-Lakes region is not only spread across several cantons, the language border also runs through the region. While the towns of Biel and Murten are bilingual, only French is spoken in Neuchâtel and Vaud.

The art of watchmaking
Here are our highlights in the Jura-Three-Lakes region:

Other favorite destinations in the Jura-Three-Lakes region:

Grandson Castle

Grandson Castle

The municipality of Grandson in Switzerland is home to the impressive Grandson Castle, a fortress on the shores of Lake Neuchâtel. Alongside the famous Chillon Castle, it is one...

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Lake Neuchâtel

Lake Neuchâtel

The largest lake that lies entirely in Switzerland is Lake Neuchâtel, which covers an area of 212.33 km². It stretches across the cantons of Neuchâtel, Fribourg, Vaud and Berne....

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Tradition and customs in the Jura-Three-Lakes region: