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Burgundy highlights

Burgundy Wine Route
Stretching between Dijon and Santenay, this route is about 60 km long and includes some of the country's most prestigious vineyards.
Hospices of Beaune
Founded in 1443, the Hospices de Beaune was an important charitable hospital, today converted into the Museum of Medicine.
Dijon's Monuments
Dijon’s important cultural heritage includes the Fine Arts Museum, Palais des Ducs de Bourgogne and Notre Dame Church.
Flavigny sur Ozerain
Classified as one of the most beautiful villages in France, this medieval village was the setting of the film Chocolat (2000).
Morvan Regional Nature Park
This regional nature park is situated on the Morvan Massif and includes several lakes, popular for water sports.
Magny-Cours Racing Circuit
This is one of France's most famous motor racing circuits, hosting the Formula OneFrench Grand Prix from 1991 to 2008.
MuséoParc Alésia
This museum is dedicated to the Battle of Alesia (52 BC), facing the Roman army and the Gallic tribes.
Vézelay Basilica
Vézelay Basilica is an amazing example of Burgundian Romanesque art and architecture and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Burgundy Canal
The Burgundy Canal links the Yonne River to the Saône River over a picturesque 242 km lined with cycling paths.
Guedelon Medieval Site
This inspiring project involves constructing a medieval castle using only the techniques and technology of the time.

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