Situated in the heart of Gruyère, the city of Bulle is the administrative capital of this largely agricultural region and has a wealth of attractions to appeal to all tastes.
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.
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Visit the historic city center of Bulle. Admire its monuments, its curiosities, its squares, its parks and its panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. At the Musée gruérien (Gruyère Museum) discover the town’s animated models (1722, 1912, 2002) and the permanent exhibition La Gruyère, footprints and detours, created in 2012. Created in 2013 by the Musée gruérien and the tourism office of Bulle, discover the history of Bulle with the city center walk. Visit the website of the city center walk for detailed informations.