With a varied economy and rich history, Dijon is a great city. Pedestrians can discover the local architecture, and the marketplace is lovely for a short lunch. The Ducal Palace is a highlight, where one can delve into local history
The Château du Clos de Vougeot is a must-see, especially if you can participate in a Chevaliers du Tastevin dinner, which features great food, local songs, and good wine! The location is spectacular, in a sea of vineyards among Musigny, Echezeaux and Vougeot...
The Hospices de Beaune, with its extraordinary Burgundian glazed-tile roof, is the emblem of Beaune, Burgundy’s wine capital. You’ll never forget a tour here
One main aim of any visit to Burgundy is good food and good wine Therefore, L’Abbaye de Labussière in the hills and valleys west of the Cote is a must. Located 25 km from Beaune, the peaceful site is unique, and the chef is excellent...
Le Charlemagne in Pernand-Vergelesses offers modern fusion cuisine, in front of the majestic hill of Corton
L'Hostellerie de Levernois, a luxury hotel and restaurant at 5 minutes from Beaune, offers a spectacular setting for your visit. A great place with great people, whatever the season......http://www.levernois.com
L’Atheneum in Beaune’s central Place Carnot is a book store specializing in the world of wine. Lots of interesting books, in a number of languages, and also a small cellar to discover......http://www.athenaeum.com