The Roman Mosaics of Orbe consist of eight magnificent mosaic floors that decorated a Gallic-Roman estate dating back to the year 170. The mosaics give the visitor an inkling of the enormous wealth of the lord of the manor and gentleman farmer, whose villa had more than 100 rooms.
The Swiss part of the Jacob's Trail offers highlights on the part of the trail that coincides with the language border. The stretch Schwarzenburg-Fribourg includes the over 600-year-old "Frybourgstrass," a path that leads through forests and over streams, past castle ruins, chapels and shrines.
Six courses of various levels of difficulty, ranging in height from 2 to 25 metres, can be completed by making use of climbing belts, sliding ropes and vines (lianas).