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Bourgogne tourist informationwhere to go - what to see - what to do
Originally part of Holland, Luxembourg, Flanders and Belgium, Burgundy is still one of the most prosperous regions in France. Evidence of past opulence is seen today in Dijon and the abbeys of Vezelay and Fontenay.
The Burgundy landscape is a mix of forestland, the vineyards of Cote d’Or and gentle rolling farmland.
Burgundy is a wine lover’s dream with some of the world’s most celebrated wines being produced here. The local cuisine is also phenomenal including snails stuffed with garlic and shallots, boeuf bourguignon (beef stew in red wine) and pochouse (fish stew with white wine).
- Vezelay - take a tour of the abbey church, Basilique Ste-Madeleine and follow in the footsteps of medieval pilgrims.
- Canal boating - take the time to relax on one of Burgundy’s numerous waterways - the Yonne, Saone and Seille.
- Historic Burgundy in Dijon - stroll along the medieval streets of Dijon and visit Notre Dame the splendid 13th century Gothic church.
- Beaune - a walking or cycling trail will take you through some of the most scenic wine-growing areas in France. Starting point: Beaune tourist office.
Logis De France Le Relais De Pouilly
( Hotel )
Quai De Loire Pouilly Sur Loire near Guerigny 58150
Our hotel enjoys a pleasant location alongside the " Réserve Naturelle de la Loire " dedicated to the protection of wildlife ...
Hôtel De Paris
( Hotel )
9, Avenue Foch Dijon 21000
Ideally located within a stone’s throw of the city’s historic centre and shopping area and close to the train station. Hôtel...
( Hotel )
74 Route De Pommard Beaune 21200
When travelling to Beaune in Burgundy for pleasure or business, you will love staying at the hotel Panorama, both for its cha...