Coronavirus: Current Situation In Jura & Three-Lakes

Page updated on 26.06.2021.


Various measures are in force in the Jura & Three-Lakes region to ensure you a safe stay. Little by little, normality is returning and, while remaining cautious, you can enjoy the great outdoors of our destination. There are also many activities that allow you to get away from it all, while respecting health rules.

To find out more, check out the latest recommendations of the Federal Office of Public Health, as well as the specific information for the cantons of Bern, Jura, Neuchâtel, Vaud and Fribourg.


We will be happy to answer your questions and help you prepare your holiday. Do not hesitate to contact us by email or by phone.
View from the Roche de l'Ermitage over the Vallon de l'Ermitage, Neuchâtel and the lake in the evening atmosphere. ©Switzerland Tourism / Rob Lewis

Food & Drink

Restaurants, cafés and bars

Public establishments are open (terraces and indoors) at their usual hours. There is no limit to the number of guests per table. Wearing a mask is mandatory when moving around inside. Moreover, inside, the contact details of at least one person per table must be recorded. Take advantage of your stay to discover local specialities in one of the Jura & Three-Lakes restaurants!


Culture & Leisure

Relaxation and discoveries

Museums, leisure and entertainment facilities, as well as swimming pools and wellness centres are open. Masks must be worn in all enclosed spaces. Get inspired and prepare your stay with total peace of mind!

Hôtel-Dieu Porrentruy

Sports, culture & leisure


Public events requiring a COVID certificate may have an unlimited number of participants. For events that do not require a COVID certificate, the maximum number of participants is limited to 1,000 and they must be seated. For events that do not require a COVID certificate, if seating is not possible, the number of participants is limited to 500 outside and 250 inside. Find out more about the next must-see events in the Jura & Three-Lakes region below!

Medieval festival at the Château of Grandson

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