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Such a beautiful views and the size of the citadelle is very impressive! We came here on 31th of December, before the silvester evening. We parked our car on the parking near the entrance (4 euros for 4 hours). You can park your car in...More
On a sunny day, the views are spectacular and the zoo is very interesting; it would be a fabulous day out for families with young children as they'd love seeing the animals.
We found the multimedia film about the history of Besancon very interesting, and...More
We had a fantastic day out on a bit of a rainy day in Besancon. The Citadelle itself is really interesting, but there is a great surprise of a decent sized zoo! We thought that the zoo was really cleverly "built in" to the walls...More
This is a citadel with a difference, what an interesting place! The castle itself is well looked after and extremely impressive. You can walk all around the ramparts and take in the amazing views.
However on top of the history of the castle and it's...More
This was a great spot to visit. It offered a view of amazing French military architecture as well as numerous museums of French history. The Resistance museum covered both the French resistance pre WWI as the war itself from a French perspective. Very well done....More
On the spur of the moment on Saturday morning, we drove to Besançon from Geneva for a weekend outing. The Citadelle is an amazing site situated above the Doub River with spectacular views all around. Entry fee includes access to several high quality exhibitions inside...More
Vauban's Citadel in Beasncon is not only of great historical importance, but it also now houses a wide cross section of attractions ranging from, as one might expect, museums, to rather more unusually, a zoo and a rodent "noctarium". If you are in Besancon, do...More