As I got off of the tram I looked up at this view of Neuchatel. Behind me is Neuchatel Lake.
View down one of the streets. I began my visit around 10 am on a Sunday morning so the streets were quiet and nothing was open.
Fontaine de Bannert
"The Fountain was at first a small fountain for livestock and is the oldest fountain situated outside the former town wall. It was then enlarged and in 1581 Laurent Perroud embellished it as it now stands." Restored much later than that.
After walking up the Chateau steps this was the view from the top.
Again from the top, I can't get enough of the Swiss flag.
Rose Window designed by Theodore Delachaux in 1936 - relatively new!
View of lake and the house I bought for us all.
Walking back down the Castle (Chateau) steps. Let me tell you that there were about three flights of these stairs and I was quite winded by the time I got to the top.
"The Market Square opens out of Rue de Tresor, a charming square framed by the 18th century house fronts."