Delémont is small city and the capital of canton of Jura in the Western Switzerland. Along with the neighbouring villages Delémont has the distinction of being a French speaking city between Swiss German speaking canton Berne and Alsatian speaking Alsace and Basel.
From the 1 station of Delémont there are a couple hourly trains in different directions:
- 1 Prince-Bishops' Castle (Château de Delémont). This castle from the 18th century nowadays serves as a primary school.
- 2 Musée jurassien d'art et d'histoire, 52, rue du 23-Juin, ☏ , ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org. Tu-F 14:00-17:00, Sa-Su 11:00-18:00. Art and history museum. Has a permanent exhibition on the canton and region of Jura. Fr. 6/4.
- 1 Wenger factory, Route de Bâle 63, ☏ . For individuals: first We of the month, 14:00, for groups of 6 or more, any weekday. On reservation only. This is were the original Swiss army knife is produced. This is one of two factories in Switzerland producing Swiss army knives, but since a merger in 2005, both belong to the same company: Victorinox, which can be visited in Brunnen. Free.
Most of the bars that are crowded in the evening can be found at the crossing of "Rue du 23 juin" and "Rue de la préfecture".
- Take a short train ride to nearby Saint-Ursanne, a village with a picturesque medieval old town.