A popular entertainment among tourists is visiting local shops. Three kilometers away from the city, there is Xocolatl, Le Paradis du Chocolat Peseux. This store housed in a beautiful historic building sells dozens of chocolates and sweets. Everyone who loves true Swiss chocolate will love it. Here you can buy sweets by weight or in gift sets. Many types of candies and other sweets can be tasted before buying.
Cheese lovers will likely appreciate the Tete de Moine Museum located in the immediate vicinity of Neuchâtel. This museum was founded in an old cheese factory, which has been operating for several hundred years. Its visitors are invited to go down its old cellars with vaulted stone walls and see with their own eyes how popular varieties of cheese are made. A necessary part of such excursions is tastings. In the museum, you can see expositions, one way or another related to cheese making. Unique Tete de Moine cheese is noteworthy for being prepared for eating in the form of thin shavings, so its slicing and serving are always pretty spectacular.
In warmer months, Lac de Moron is a popular natural spot among active tourists and hiking enthusiasts. Interesting hiking trails run along the shores of the lake. You can also ride a boat in the warm season. Some areas are available for fishing, but most tourists are still attracted to these places by picture-perfect alpine meadows. Pastures occupy the main part of the area around the lake. Here you can see herds of cows and other domestic animals from local farms. It is believed that the most interesting hiking and cycling routes pass through these places.