Combined offer

Neuchâtel Tourist Card

Unique in Switzerland!
1 night = visit Pays de Neuchâtel free of charge (including museums and public transport)!

Neuchâtel Tourist Card
Neuchâtel Tourist Card. © Tourisme neuchâtelois
The Neuchâtel Tourist Card is a pass which enables each visitor staying for a minimum of one night in a hotel, bed&breakfast or holiday apartment in the canton of Neuchâtel to benefit for free from:
  • the public transport system of Neuchâtel (train, funicular and bus)
  • an entry to 25 museums in the canton
  • a cruise on lakes Neuchâtel and des Brenets
  • a 1 day bicycle rental in Neuchâtel, La Chaux-de-Fonds or Le Locle
  • a trip on the chairlift in Buttes-La Robella

Infos
This card is distributed by the host on the guest's arrival. It is valid from the time of check-in till midnight on the day of departure (15 days maximum).
It can be used in all the Onde Verte zones (except zone 42 – Les Bois/Saignelégier).

Good to know
Only one card is issued per guest; each card is nominative and entitles travel in 2nd class only.
Pets and bicycles are not included in this offer.
The card is not valid on night buses (Noctambus) or on special or flat rate trips.

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Services and attractions inclued with the Neuchatel Tourist Card

The biggest museum specialised in clock-making in the world: 4,000 exhibits to see!

This historic place proudly presents the Sagne valley and its traditional customs.

Ascend almost 700 meters to enjoy a vast range of activities for the entire family.

Cruise on the biggest lake in Switzerland that’s all Swiss.

A mythical descent 23 m underground to discover a unique industrial heritage.

A medieval tower surrounded by ramparts, reminiscent of the lords and ladies of yesteryear.

Decidedly easy and practical: a self-service bike hire system with six stations across the city of Le...

A presentation that will teach you about nature in the Neuchâtel region, in the heart of the Areuse Gorges.

An original museum, exhibiting a private collection of cars dating from 1950 to 1979.

Bicyle rental across the city!