“One doesn’t have to travel far to make new discoveries, see the world anew and feel alive.” – M. Schoutens

One and a half hours away from Basel, in the French speaking part of Switzerland lies the crystal clear waters of lake Neuchatel and its’ quaint city.  Though the day was a bit overcast and cool, we spent time lazily picnicking by the lake, while our son enjoyed throwing stones and conversing with passerby swans.  The Alps were visible from the shores; kites flew high as the day marched on in a slow, meandering fashion.  Sometimes, one doesn’t have to go far in order to feel away from it all.

Time of Year:  May
Duration:  Day Trip (from Basel)
Where we stayed: N/A (Day Trip)
Eats & Treats: N/A (Holiday / Shops Closed)
Child Friendly:  Yes, however, note the train station is on a hill
Would we return? Yes


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