It’s a lovely little city with a lot of history to teach us all.
You will also avoid the traffic down there in the city center as the access to the Citadelle is done by the suburbs.
Actually, at some point you might have the impression that you’re completely lost in the countryside as you will only spot the city once you enter the Citadelle!
However, in 2014, some huge and colorful saxophones were placed in there in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Adolph Sax, so people started calling it the Bridge of the Saxophones!
You may also pop by the House of Adolph Sax (“La Maison de Monsieur Sax”).
So don’t worry, just trust me that you’ll get there!