"Art of living and innovation" is the slogan of the city of Neuchâtel, famous for its patrician residences made of Hauterive stone that offer a unique, warm glow and far from the urban austerity of Berne to Zurich. The birthplace of the great Abraham-Louis Breguet counts as much on its watchmaking heritage as it is about the dynamism of its new technological centre of excellence with an international vocation. Located on the shores of its lake, Neuchâtel offers, in addition to its quality of life, a high level of university education, a rich cultural offer of its museums and festivals, and diversified sporting activities, of which Le Creux du Van is the most emblematic. And if the famous grape harvest festival, which is now more than a hundred years old, attracts Swiss people from all over the country, Neuchâtel residents also appreciate the tranquility of a very envied art of living.
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