Things to see and do - Montbelliard
Unmissable tourist sites
Montbelliard Travel guide
Montbelliard : Michelin's recommendations
Montbéliard once belonged to the Princes of Wurtemberg and only became part of the Republic of France in 1793, hence its unique atmosphere and appearance. Montbéliard was at the forefront of Renaissance architecture as a result of the work of the visionary town planner, Heinrich Schickhardt. With its medieval streets, its castle perched on a 300m-high rocky spur and its Protestant church, Montbéliard has a number of surprises in store for visitors.
Tourist attractions Montbelliard : Things to see and do
8 pl. St-Martin F - 25200 Montbéliard
This art and history museum is located in the Hôtel Beurnier-Rossel. It was built in 1772-1773 by Philippe de la Guêpière, and is typical of a private mansion in a large town in the 18C. Today, it retains its character in the reconstructed apartments..
pl. St-Martin F - 02500 Montbéliard
Built between 1601 and 1607 by Heinrich Schickhardt, the Swabian «Leonardo da Vinci», who drew his inspiration from the Tuscan Renaissance style. The polychrome decor of the organ case and rostrum bring relief to a rather austere interior.
r. du Château F - 25200 Montbéliard
Alemanic style houses with their colours restored. This is particularly the case in rue de Belfort, rue Diemer-Duperret and rue Cuvier: a rich palette of colours, enhanced by the floral decoration.
2, Rue de Velotte F - 25200 Montbéliard
Located in central Montbéliard, just 150 metres from the train station, this hotel offers an indoor swimming pool and a sauna. Free Wi-Fi internet access and satellite TV feature in each of the en suite guest rooms. Breakfast is served daily in the..
21 Avenue des Allies F - 25200 MONTBELIARD
34 Avenue du Marechal Joffre F - 25200 Montbéliard
Prix Prices from : 50 €
Enjoy the comfort of a 2-star hotel with restaurant with all the necessary amenities for work and leisure. The staff at Kyriad Montbeliard- Sochaux welcome you all year-round.
17 r. de Belfort F - 25200 Montbéliard
This pleasant restaurant has a modern, purist, well-maintained decor. Using good seasonal ingredients, the chef cooks up traditional dishes that he improves with a modern twist. In summer eat on the small terrace.
1 r. du Gén. -Leclerc F - 25200 Montbéliard
Olivier Prevot-Carme's flavoursome cuisine is all about the ingredients. He uses each one in a straightforward way but the apparent simplicity is misleading, as the recipes, cooking and seasoning bring out all of the flavour within. Nothing pretentio..