Bourgogne

Burgundy, located in central-eastern France is known for its rich history, its famous wines and fine cuisine. This beautiful area also has a remarkable architectural heritage with many castles and églises.Il must also count on a generous nature, with lakes and rivers, caves and wild forests such as forest Morvan. Discover Burgundy situated between Ile de France and Rhône-Alpes, is a large area consisting of four departments. A predominantly rural Burgundy attracts for its green diverse countryside made up of plains, hills and mountains. The Morvan Regional Park, is the perfect illustration: this mountain - whose highest peak reaches 900 meters - occupies the center of the region, with its heavily forested slopes and typical rural architecture. The regional land originally a rich gastronomy, as beef bourguignon, coq au vin, cheeses, wines and of course: on the Route des Grands Crus, we discover the names Nuit-Saint-Georges, Vosne Romanée, Chablis, Mercurey. But Burgundy also has its architectural heritage, Auxerre Cathedral, the Abbey of Cluny or Vezelay, the Hospice de Beaune, Dijon well known for its mustard, but also for its preserved historical heritage. Things to see and do in Burgundy In terms of tourist offers, Burgundy has a very important offer, it is a question of the ideal location for a gastronomic tourism as well as cultural. leisure tourism and the wine tasting and tours of the canal are not outdone. Burgundy has more than one trick up his sleeve to surprise well, impress and delight of potential visitors. A ride aboard a barge on the canal is a pleasant way to discover the region otherwise. Browse the region by bicycle is another way to exploit beautiful corners even more kilometers as secure bike area has been improved. Green tourism is quite developed in Burgundy, almost eight




Vidéo Abbaye de Cluny


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