Montbelliard The Essential
Interesting
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.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Montbelliard
St Martin's Church
St Martin's Church
Built between 1601 and 1607 by Heinrich
15 minutes
Old Montbéliard
Old Montbéliard
The scheme to recolour the façades and
60 minutes
Montbéliard Art and History Museum - Hôtel Beurnier-Rossel
Montbéliard Art and History Museum - Hôtel Beurnier-Rossel
This art and history museum is located
90 minutes
Neuve ville
Neuve ville
Its construction was decided by
30 minutes
Town hall
Town hall
See the main staircase with majestic
15 minutes
Church of St Maimboeuf
Church of St Maimboeuf
Its position, dominating the protestant
15 minutes