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Attractions to explore nearby Gorges de l'Areuse

Gorges de l'AreuseChemin des Clées 9, 2017 Boudry, Switzerland

The Areuse gorges are located between Noiraigue and Boudry in the canton of Neuchâtel in Switzerland . Waterfalls, ravines with tumultuous water and small lakes are visible in the gorges. Caves are also present in the region, Creux-du-Van is not far from the gorges.

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La Tourne4.17 KMs away from Gorges de l'Areuse

The Col de la Tourne is a road pass which is located on the territory of the municipality of Rochefort, in the canton of Neuchâtel. It was one of the picturesque locations and is also famous for its climate and natural beauty.

Mont Racine6.98 KMs away from Gorges de l'Areuse

The Mount Racine is a top of the Jura massif in Switzerland. It rises to 1,439 meters above sea level. It is located on a south-west/north-east line of Jura ridges, which extends north-east towards Tête de Ran, and beyond via the Col de la Vue des Alpes, then from Mount Amin. It is located west of Coffrane.

Musée d'Ethnographie7.79 KMs away from Gorges de l'Areuse

The Musée d'ethnographie de Neuchâtel is a museum of ethnography in Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel Canton, Switzerland established in 1904.[1] Its origin is in the "natural history" collections of Charles-Daniel de Meuron. It has been accommodated since 1904 in the former Villa de Pury. It presents permanent exhibitions on Ancient Egypt, on the Himalayas, the cabinet of the natural history of the 18th-century general Charles-Daniel de Meuron and the cabinet of curiosities of the 20th century. From 2015 to

Creux du Van7.93 KMs away from Gorges de l'Areuse

It is a very well known, amphitheater-shaped natural attraction of the area, it is located at the heart of a nature reservation area of 15.5 km².

Collégiale8.23 KMs away from Gorges de l'Areuse

The Collegiate Church of Neuchâtel is built in yellow limestone from Hauterive, bright and solid. Its work began at the end of the 12th century, it was dedicated a hundred years later in 1276, which explains why we can observe the passage from Romanesque art to Gothic art.

Neuchâtel Castle8.27 KMs away from Gorges de l'Areuse

The well-preserved castle of Neuchâtel, which is over 1,000 years old and from which the city gets its name, towers above the small city of Neuchâtel. From here, you have the best view for miles. The mighty castle’s towers were at times used as dungeons, but also as residential towers, and some of these date back to before 1000 AD. The richly decorated facade of the south wing is built in the Romanesque style.

Castle and Museum Valangin8.50 KMs away from Gorges de l'Areuse

Valangin Castle is a castle in the municipality of Valangin of the Canton of Neuchâtel in Switzerland. It is a Swiss heritage site of national significance. It is also one of the famous tourist attractions in this area.

Le Soliat8.61 KMs away from Gorges de l'Areuse

Le Soliat is a beautiful mountain of the Jura, overlooking Lake Neuchâtel. The summit offers a magnificent view of lakes and other mountains.

Musée d'Art et d'Histoire8.85 KMs away from Gorges de l'Areuse

The musée d'art et d'histoire is a museum in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. Among its exhibits are the Jaquet-Droz automata. The collections of paintings include works of Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. The museum's stairwell features three monumental murals panted by Léo-Paul Robert between 1886 and 1894.

Centre Dürrenmatt Neuchâtel9.40 KMs away from Gorges de l'Areuse

The Centre Dürrenmatt Neuchâtel showcases the work of the Swiss writer and painter Friedrich Dürrenmatt. Known throughout the world for his plays and novels, he was also a passionate painter and draughtsman throughout his life. The CDN also stages temporary exhibitions and events, especially concerts and discussions.

Basilica of Our Lady of the Assumption9.42 KMs away from Gorges de l'Areuse

The Roman Catholic Our Lady of Assumption Church, also known as the Red Church, stands in the Swiss city of Neuchâtel in the diocese of Lausanne, Geneva, and Freiburg. The Neo-Gothic church was planned by Guillaume Ritter and consecrated on March 25, 1906. After a major renovation between 1984 and 2000, it was recognized in 1986 as a national monument. In 2007 Pope Benedict XVI raised the church's status to that of basilica minor.