"Le Poilu" is a 2 meter high bronze sculpture erected at the gates of the park. It's a great way to remind visitors that the park is dedicated to World War I. This place is a nice green space with a wide variety of floverbeds, groves and other natural beauties.
The citadel of Belfort is a must-do during your stay in Territoire-de-Belfort. You'll be able to access the citadel and its fortifications for free. On the site, you'll see a reproduction of Char Martin before following the covertway or the trail wich runs along the ramparts to access the panoramic terrace, where you'll enjoy a sumptuous view on the entire fortress.
The planetarium of Belfort unveils the secrets of the universe. Learn more about the cosmos in a fun way. You'll even get to admire one of the biggest meteorites displayed in France (365kg!).
What better way to immerse in the local culture than a trip at the farmer's market? Each Thursday morning from 8 a.m to 1 p.m., producers and traders wait for you on place Salengro in Beaucourt, to make you discover their local products.