You can start the virtual stroll at the place of your choice by selecting a key location from the list below.
Boat Pier
The three lakes at the foot of the Jura are connected by navigable canals and you can enjoy beautiful cruises with two different companies. "Société de Navigation sur les Lacs de Neuchâtel et Morat" serves all three lakes, while "Société de Navigation du Lac de Bienne" serves Morat and Sugiez, the eastern part of Lake Neuchâtel, Lake Biel and the navigable part of the Aare as far as Solothurn.
Lake Murten
Lake Murten is the smallest of the three lakes at the foot of the Jura mountain range. The largest, Lake Neuchâtel, lies behind Mount Vully, the long hill planted with vines that you see on the other side. Lake Biel lies further east, like a continuation of Lake Neuchâtel.
Lakeshore Lawn
The shore of Lake Murten is a vast green space where you will always find a patch of grass to sit on, even in the middle of summer. There is a large paid car park nearby and even a few spaces reserved for campers where it is possible to spend the night.
Marina (1)
The oval marina of Murten is located between the boat pier and the large lakeside lawn. If you fancy a trip on the lake, there are pedal boats for hire.
Marina (2)
The oval marina of Murten is located between the boat pier and the large lakeside lawn. If you fancy a trip on the lake, there are pedal boats for hire.
Marina Pier
The oval marina of Murten is located between the boat pier and the large lakeside lawn. If you fancy a trip on the lake, there are pedal boats for hire.
Ryf (main road)
We are here at the edge of the main road and we are looking towards the lake. The alley up to the old town is behind us. A little further to our right there is a large paid car park.
Ryf Park
To get to the old town from the pier, cross this park and then the main road and take an alleyway that goes up quite steeply. You can also go by even steeper stairs that end under the town hall, but this is a route we will show you next year.
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