Burgundy

Things To Do & Attractions in Burgundy

Cathédrale St Bénigne

In Dijon, west of the Ducal palace, looms the twin-towered Cathédrale St. Bénigne - also known as the Dijon Cathedral. This large, Gothic church is ...  Read more

Chablis

The northernmost wine district in Burgundy is not only home to some of the most sought after vintages, it also happens to be staggeringly stunning. Nicknamed ...  Read more

Château de Bazoches

Built on the site of an old Roman post in the 12th century, Château de Bazoches is one of the finest properties in Burgundy. Privately owned and a listed ...  Read more

Château de Meursault

Domaine du Château de Meursault is one of the most prestigious wine estates in the Burgundy area of France. Located in the Côte d’Or vineyard in ...  Read more

Clos de Vougeot

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

The arresting Château du Clos de Vougeot lies at the heart of Burgundy’s wine country and makes a popular stop along the Route des Grands Crus tourist ...  Read more

Cluny

Northwest of Mâcon is the little town of Cluny. Dating to an abbey established in the year 910 (called Cluniacum), the town became the epicenter of a ...  Read more

Domaine Debray

This family-owned yet sprawling estate winery, whose cellars are located in the city of Beaune, are geared towards quality and not necessarily quantity. What ...  Read more

Hospices de Beaune (Hotel-Dieu de Beaune)

Also known as Hôtel-Dieu de Beaune to locals, the Beaune Hospices used to be an almshouse in the 15th century and was used as a hospital for the poor ...  Read more

Hotel de Vogue

Following the destruction and turmoil of France's Wars of Religion (1562-1598), France once again began to rebuild its towns and cities; in Dijon, a series of ...  Read more

La Moutarderie Fallot

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 13 Reviews

Fallot Mustard is the first museum in France to be entirely dedicated to mustard, the renowned condiment that has become the pride and joy of the Burgundy ...  Read more

Musée de la Moutarde

Dijon is known for its importance to the French wine industry, but it’s also known for another culinary product – mustard. The region’s fertile land and ...  Read more

Palais des Ducs et des Etats de Bourgogne (Dijon Ducal Palace)

The seat of Burgundian power was in Dijon, and in Dijon, it was found in the fabulous Palais des Ducs et des Etats de Bourgogne, more simply known as the ...  Read more

Route des Grands Crus

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

Winding its way through the Burgundy wine appellations, the scenic Route des Grands Crus – ‘Road of the Great Wines’ - is the region’s main tourist route, ...  Read more

Rue des Forges

The Rue des Forges is one of Dijon's most characteristic streets. If you're new to the city, it should be one of your first stops; at 34 Rue des Forges, you ...  Read more

Vézelay

Nestled in the Cone Valley, halfway between Dijon and Paris, stands the idyllic village of Vézelay, a ninth-century hilltop fortress that is not only home ...  Read more

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