Accessible on foot or by car (free parking). When facing the exterior of the theater, the hill is accessible on the left side, up the stairs and streets that border it. The Saint Eutrope Hill bears the name of a bishop who was buried there in the 5th century. It overlooks the theater and offers a superb view of the city and its surroundings. The hill features a large park for family outings or a picnic, playgrounds, and an orientation map of the surrounding area. Some of the remains of fortifications built by the Princes of Nassau are still visible. Restaurant "La Guinguette".