International Club of Berne

Fribourg

  • Saturday, 16th September 2017 at 10am
  • Saturday, 7th October 2017 at 2pm
  • Saturday, 21st October 2017 at 2pm

Location: Fribourg city

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Fribourg Visit – Market and Museums

When            Saturday, 16 September, from 10:00
Where           Meet at the Berne station Meeting Point, or later in Fribourg
Contact         Graham Tritt
Deadline        Please tell us of your interest at any time

We can buy a CityCard and plan to see sights in the city. We start with the weekly market and finish around 17:00 to return to Berne.

We can have a guide, the cost is CHF 90 to be shared. For this we need registrations by Thursday 14 by 2 pm.

The City Card is CHF 20 and is described here: https://www.fribourgtourisme.ch/en/P5443/fribourg-city-card

List of the free services for each cardholder:
- Free access on the Frimobil network zone 10
- Funicular: unlimited access
- 1 ride on the little train (from May to September)
- 1 ride on the mini train of the Chemin de fer du Gottéron (Sommer)
- 1 game of bowling
- 1 game of Urban Golf
- 1 day location of an audio-guide
- 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
- States Archives of Fribourg
- Cantonal and University Library
- Fountain challenge



 

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Graham wrote
at 9:05am on Saturday, 21st October 2017
Little interest - so there will be no common event. Pity, but on the other hand I have the day for myself.
Graham wrote
at 8:13am on Friday, 13th October 2017
Please consider the trip planned for 21 October. See http://icberne.ch/item/1138816
Graham wrote
at 9:01am on Saturday, 7th October 2017
No registrations, sorry we cancel this trip. Please consider the trip planned for 21 October.
at 9:14am on Thursday, 5th October 2017
Hello, if there are not more attendees for 7th October, I am putting myself as a maybe only. I only have a few weeks left in the country and may go to a hike instead weather permitting. Let me know please
Graham wrote
at 9:40am on Wednesday, 4th October 2017
Questions - what do we do?
Morning - market?
Lunch at COOP restaurant opposiste the Gare
All day - city card? See above
Afternoon - which museums? Bibel & Orient
Or a free Workshop in the theater festival?
Evening - Theater? See http://www.friscenes.ch/
Graham wrote
at 10:00pm on Thursday, 28th September 2017
Vineyard Path

https://www.fribourgregion.ch/en/P6387

A thematic walk through the vineyards of Vully, in both cantons Fribourg and Vaud, helps you to understand the different stages involved in wine production.
At first, the 5 km walk climbs through the vines in Sugiez and continues through the vineyards overlooking Nant and Praz to arrive at the pier in Môtier where the boats call. It is of course also possible to go in the other direction.
Sixteen information boards are situated at nine places along the way, chosen for the panoramic view they offer and the space available if you wish to make a break. There, you will find the history of wine-growing in the region, illustrations of the different sorts of grapes grown, explanations about the work at different times of the year and about the stages involved in wine production.

For children, six panels with the mascot “Viny” recount the life of a bunch of grapes and thus how grape juice is made.
Graham wrote
at 10:00pm on Thursday, 28th September 2017
Offer "Wine Cruise"

https://www.fribourgregion.ch/en/Z4007

Spend two unforgettable days discovering Lake Biel and Lake Murten. Enjoy the beautiful landscapes and taste the subtle wines coming from these regions. From CHF 165.00.

Services included:
- 1 overnight with breakfast in Murten
- 1 2-day pass available on the boats of the LNM and BSG shipping companies
- 1 wine tasting with an aperitif at the Restaurant & Hotel Closter St. Peter's Island
- 1 voucher of CHF 30.00 per person available in the Hotel-Restaurant-Cave Bel-Air in Praz
- Travel documents

This offer has been created in collaboration with Jura & Three-Lakes.

Remarks:
Please pay attention to shipping companies schedules
Reservation required minimum 3 working days before your stay.
Offer subject to availability and modifications.
The tourist tax has to be paid directly at the hotel.
You will receive your travel documents and vouchers by post at the earliest two weeks before your arrival in FRIBOURG REGION.

A discount is given on request to all SBB general railpass holders.
You will travel on your own (no guide) and you can choose your preferred timetables.
Graham wrote
at 9:57pm on Thursday, 28th September 2017
Guided tour "Gourmet Tour" in Murten

https://www.regionmurtensee.ch/en/Z3691

Gourmet Tour in 4 different restaurants of Murten. This tour is available only in German and in French from October to March.
This culinary guided tour of Murten will serve up tasty morsels in a four-course dish from the town's history that are sure to stimulate your appetite as you make your way from one restaurant to the next.

During this unique culinary journey through time, you will learn lots of fascinating facts, such as why ladies in the Middle Ages were prepared to endure the discomfort of wearing high heels, what was on menu for our ancestors, and what it was like to dine out when Murten was at the height of its powers.

CHF 130.-
Price per person (incl. guided tour, 4-course meal, drinks and VAT)

For groups from 8 persons
Departure time between 10.30 am and 11.00 am and between 5.00 pm and 7.00 pm. Meeting point: behind the French church.

Offer valid from October to March. Reservations mandatory at least two days in advance.
Graham wrote
at 6:29pm on Saturday, 16th September 2017
Great fun, in the market, several museums, botanical gardens, a good day. Recommendation: start earlier at 9, finish at 6 next time (7 or 21 October)
Graham wrote
at 11:37am on Wednesday, 13th September 2017
Do we want to have a guide? Cost 90.- to be share among the attendees.

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