In this preserved and unspoilt environment, the visitor can enjoy the most varied and seasonal activities in a pastoral setting.
Firmly anchored in ancestral and typical traditions, its museum charts the marked development of the town and its surrounding region. Renowned as a cultural meeting place, the city boasts folk markets, livestock fairs, salons, exhibitions, theatres, concerts and shows which attract a very diverse public audience.
The culinary arts remain the focal point for many visitors to Gruyère, and each year the local restaurants offer Bénichon feast menus alongside regional specialities.
- Taste a typical Gruyère fondue – Guaranteed to make you feel good.
- Gruyère Regional Museum – discover local traditional ways and customs, and the treasured heritage of the area.
- Situated at the foot of the pre-Alps – Bulle is an ideal place to stay or make a stopover.
- Hiking – fabulous sign-posted hiking trails throughout the region.
- Mountain and water sports – a huge range of mountain and water sports.
- Historic quarter – visit the historic quarter with its attractive little shops.