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 unspoiled 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 that 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 specialties.