Guided city tour

Watchmaking town

Le Locle
Le Locle. © Tourisme neuchâtelois
  • Place

    • Le Locle
  • Recommended Duration

    • 2 h 0

Explore a UNESCO town that was made by and for clock-making.

A guided walk through the streets of Le Locle will help you understand the close links between the watchmaking tradition and the urban landscape. Le Locle's urban development, profoundly influenced by watchmaking expertise, is a registered UNESCO World Heritage site.


  • Prices per person (scheduled guided tour)


    • CHF 10.-
  • Seniors, Students

    • CHF 7.-
  • Children (up to 16 years old)

    • Free
  • Guided tour (for groups)

    Up to 20 persons per guide

    • CHF 160.-

Good to know

Good to know
    • For your information, it's mandatory to wear a mask for the entire duration of the visit. Masks are on sale (CHF 1.-/mask) at the tourist office (Espacité 1) and at the Espace de l'urbanisme horloger (Rue Jaquet-Droz 23) for customers who would like to buy one on the spot.
    • Access by public transport: bus n° 342, 343, 360, 361, 380, 381 (stop Hôtel-de-Ville)
    • For individuals: guided tours in July and August, every Saturday at 2 p.m. upon prior booking until Friday 5pm (German and French). Departure: Hôtel de Ville
    • Guided tours for groups can be booked all year round on request
    • Languages: English, French, German and Italian
    • Tour on foot

On site

On site
  • Services

    • Suitable for groups




    • Hôtel de ville Avenue de l'Hôtel-de-Ville 1 2400 Le Locle

    Main contact

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