Jean Tinguely Fountain

Jean Tinguely Fountain

The fountain is in a park and is dedicated to the famous Formula 1 racing driver Jo Siffert. Approximately thirty works of art are displayed in the open air and are listed in a guide suggesting an original tour of the town (pieces by Stämpfli,...more

Café de la Gerbe d'Or

Café de la Gerbe d'Or

This charming restaurant is located in the heart of the little medieval town of Estavayer-le-Lac and not far from Chenaux castle. Seasonal, market-fresh and exquisite cuisine to satisfy appetites of all sizes. The terrace affords excellent views...more

Motta Baths

Motta Baths

Typical 19th century baths but with 20th century comforts! The Motta...more

Jean Tinguely Fountain

The fountain is in a park and is dedicated to the famous Formula 1 racing driver Jo Siffert. Approximately thirty works of art are displayed in the open air and are listed in a guide suggesting an original tour of the town (pieces by Stämpfli, Serra, Lüginbühl...).

The fountain is in a park and is dedicated to the famous Formula 1 racing driver Jo Siffert.

Café de la Gerbe d'Or

This charming restaurant is located in the heart of the little medieval town of Estavayer-le-Lac and not far from Chenaux castle. Seasonal, market-fresh and exquisite cuisine to satisfy appetites of all sizes. The terrace affords excellent views of what is going on in the narrow streets of the town.

Café de la Gerbe d'Or

Motta Baths

Typical 19th century baths but with 20th century comforts! The Motta baths, opened in 1923, were the first public baths in Switzerland that were neither a river nor seaside resort.

Typical 19th century baths but with 20th century comforts! The Motta baths, opened in 1923, were the first public baths in Switzerland that were neither a river nor seaside resort.

Fribourg – the city of Saint Nicholas

Every year, on the first weekend in December, the whole canton of Fribourg dedicates a special event to the celebration of Saint Nicholas, patron saint of the city of Fribourg.