Follow the ramparts to the Tour du Sauvage. From July to mid-September, you can meet an artist or a craftsman inside it. Walk up the stairs of the Massin to reach La Grand-Rue (Main Street). In front of you, there’s the Tour de Billens and the remainder of the rampart walk. At the end of the walk, you reach the Tour de Fribourg, where you can see the exhibition that gives you “A Glance At Romont’s Past”.
Back in the town centre, choose one of the several terraces for a treat or two… or more. Take the stairs to visit the Notre-Dame de l’Assomption Collegiale Church. The 13th-century church has stained-glass windows from the 14th, 15th, and 19th centuries as well as more contemporary ones made by Alexandre Cingria, Yoki, and Sergio de Castro. Outside again, on the town hall’s esplanade, take in the bucolic scenery, the Pre-Alps, and, if the weather allows, Mont Blanc.
An invitation to discover the land of stained-glass !