Belfort invites you on a weekend of beautiful strolls in its enchanting alleys lined with pink, sunflower yellow, ocher red, sea blue and topaz green sandstone houses. All of these colors match the city's Lion, an unmistakable and impressive statue that’s made of pink sandstone and dominates the entrance to the citadel. The citadel, built by the architect Vauban in the 17th century, is a series of ramparts and towers that give Belfort a certain charm. Visit the underground areas and attend the Citadelle de la Liberté sound and light show.
A week in Belfort is an opportunity to discover more wonders, starting with the Archaeological Museum overlooking the citadel. The citadel’s collections include artifacts from daily and military life from the Neolithic period through to Roman antiquity. There you’ll also find a space devoted to the sculptor Bartholdi. A visit to the Fine Arts Museum with its stunning collections and the opportunity to enjoy the breathtaking view of the city is a must. Finally, at Place d’Armes, close to your Campanile hotel in Belfort, admire the Cathedral of Saint Christopher and City Hall.
On a family trip to Belfort, plan long cultural and sports tours that will appeal to everyone. Peacefully explore the Fort du Salbert and its playing field. Visit the Tour de la Miotte which overlooks the entire region and offers a fantastic panorama of Belfort and the surrounding massifs. The La Douce Savoureuse amusement park is in a beautiful setting and has attractions where everyone can have fun together. To end your stay with a flourish, why not plan a picnic on the banks one of the ponds or a tasty meal at a restaurant?