|Fribourg : City transport|
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Fribourg is definitely a walking city, but the hills are steep enough that you may want to take advantage of at least one bus line: bus #4 runs every fifteen minutes on a very handy circular route, starting at the station, running down to Place Tilleul, then down all the way through the Old Town to Place du Petit-St-Jean, then over the Pont de Berne to beneath the Pont de Zaehringen, before turning round and crossing the Pont de Berne and Pont de Milieu to the Planche-Supérieure and the Pont de St-Jean, and running through Neuveville on its way back up to the station again. Individual tickets are Fr.2; or you can buy a general city pass for one day (Fr.5) or three days (Fr.10). Bike rental is available from the station (Mon–Sat 6am–8.45pm, Sun 7am–8.45pm).
For more information, and to buy these passes, head for the public transport office beside the train station (Mon–Sat 6am–7pm, Sun 6.40am–3pm & 3.45–7pm).
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