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  • La Neuveville

    Town, La Neuveville

    Bernese Jura

    With its towers, terraced houses, alleyways and impressive fountains, La Neuveville is a magnificent medieval town on the shores of Lake Biel.

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  • Biel/Bienne Seeland

    With its church in the middle of the vineyard, Ligerz is the symbol of winegrowing at Lake Biel.

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  • Canton of Jura

    Porrentruy, a former residence of the Prince-Bishops of Basel, is known for its imposing castle and the Réfous Tower, a massive old watchtower overlooking the old town.

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  • Biel/Bienne Seeland

    Last but not least, Twann owes its name to the good wine that grows here in a sunny location.

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  • La Chaux-de-Fonds

    Town, La Chaux-de-Fonds

    Neuchâtel

    The capital of the watchmaking industry and the birthplace of Le Corbusier.

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  • Moutier

    Town

    Bernese Jura

    Nestling in an imposing natural hollow, Moutier is known for its exceptional know-how in the field of machine tools and for its religious heritage.

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  • Canton of Jura

    Delémont, capital of the Canton of Jura, is a city surrounded by nature. The old town with its vibrant shops and restaurants invites you to take a stroll and relax.

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  • Neuchâtel

    Immerse yourself in the history of a rich thousand years old city.

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  • St-Imier

    Town

    Bernese Jura

    The sturdy watch-making town of St-Imier is located between the mountains of Chasseral and Mont-Soleil, and can is a starting point for a number of excursions.

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  • Biel/Bienne Seeland

    Biel/Bienne is Switzerland’s largest bilingual town. German and French have equal rights here. This town is also the cradle of Swiss watchmaking.

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Communities in the Biel-Seeland region