Vesoul, a little-known town of Eastern France was launched into the spotlight one day by one of the most illustrious singers of the 20th century. In 1968 after a short stay in the town, Jacques Brel wrote and sang ""T'a voulu voir Vesoul, et on a vu Vesoul"" propelling the town into the collective memory of French people.
Whether you arrive in Vesoul by car or by bike, the first curiosity you see is the 378m high hill of Notre-Dame-de-la-Motte protectively overlooking the town. Walk up to the top to enjoy one of the best views of Vesoul – you won’t regret it !
Vesoul – its parks and English-style garden, architectural heritage and festivals