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With a center closed to traffic, Yverdon-les-Bains is a charming, bustling place. Located at the southernmost tip of Lac de Neuchâtel, this pastel-colored lakefront town has been appreciated for its thermal waters and sandy, willow-lined shore since the Romans first invaded and set up thermal baths here. In the 18th century its fame spread across Europe. Today, along the waterfront, you'll find
parks, promenades, a shady campground, and a 2-km (1¼-mile) stretch of little beaches.
With more than 17,000 inhabitants, the town of Bulle has many attractions worthy of a larger destination: a castle (not open to the public)...
Along with its history-soaked and highly picturesque Old Town (in summer, don't miss the Saturday morning market bursting with local produce...