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Situated near the A12, it is a good starting point to visit the Gruyères district. The Gruyères castle is located within 15min of drive from Bulle and there's plenty of mountains that are easily accessible for hikers (follow yellow pedestrian signs for easy relatively flat routes and red/white/red signs for mountain routes).
North towards Fribourg, Bern
It is not so complicated, there's only one way IN/OUT from the A12. There's a gas station there with a COOP logo and a roundabout next to it. there's a lot of people that goes to Fribourg for work but not so many that goes further away considering the fact that it is pretty much the last french speaking city in the region. So you're probably going to have to hitch another ride from either Fribourg directly or you can ask to be dropped at a rest stop located a little north of Bulle (look for Le Motel de La Gruyère Restoroute on your phone). From there, it'll be a piece of cake.