Take advantage of the Fribourg CITY CARD at the winter rate until 8 June!
The Fribourg City Card is a card that gives you access to the medieval city of Fribourg at a low price! Fribourg and its tourist attractions are to discover without moderation. Visit Fribourg in 1 day or 2, depending on the length of your stay!
The holder of Fribourg City Card will benefit of plenty of activities, such as entrances in museums, a little train ride or playing the Urban golf for a reasonable price. It is definitely worth to buy the card!
Reopening on May 11, some of our partenairs are still unvailableb till June 8.
List of the free services for each cardholder:
- Free access on the Frimobil network zone 10
- Funicular: unlimited access
- Free access on the little train (from April to October)
- 1 ride on the mini train of the Chemin de fer du Gottéron (Sommer)
- 1 game of bowling
- 1 game of Urban Golf
- 1 admission to the tower of the Cathedral (from April to October)
- 1 admission to the Motta swimming pool (from Mai to September)
- 1 admission to the Levant swimming pool
- 1 admission to the Art and History Museum
- 1 admission to the Espace Jean Tinguely - Niki de Saint Phalle
- 1 admission to Swiss Sewing-Machine Museum
- 1 admission to the Fri-Art Contemporary Museum
- 1 admission to the Gutenberg Museum
- 1 admission to Chemins de fer du Kaeserberg
- 1 admission to the Bible + Orient Museum
- 1 admission to the Sensler Museum (Tavel)
- 1 visit of the museum Across the screen
- 1 admission to the Chemins de fer du Kaeserberg
- 1 admission to the Swiss Puppets Museum
Open to all and free of charge:
- Natural History Museum
- Botanical Garden
- Cantonal and University Library
- Fountain challenge
Spot of sale: - Fribourg Tourism and Region - Gutenberg Museum - Les Chemins de fer du Kaeserberg - Art and History Museum of Fribourg MAHF - Espace Jean-Tinguely & Niki de Saint Phalle - Parc Hotel - NH Fribourg Hotel - Hotel de la Rose - Hotel Alpha - Hotel Hine Adon - Hotel Hacienda - Hotel Ibis Fribourg - Domaine Notre-Dame de la Route