Our Burgundy Holiday Travel Guide takes you through information on this superb wine-producing region.
Burgundy is rich in history and heritage, where food and wine are an art form and a warm welcome is always on tap.
The world-famous wines are Burgundy’s greatest ambassadors, and visitors can discover more and indulge in a little wine-tasting at the numerous cellars.
Hearty cuisine comes in the form of traditional dishes such as Bresse Chicken, Charolais Beef and Burgundy Snails.
Relax in glorious countryside adorned with historic abbeys, chateaux and lots of waterways.
Highlights are the Morvan Regional Park, the capital city of Dijon, Beaune’s fabulous Hotel-Dieu and picturesque Auxerre where you can cruise the Nivernais Canal.
There are 4 departments in the Burgundy region:
For further travel information about holiday destinations, the Burgundy Tourist Board can be contacted at:
Burgundy Tourist Board
21006 Dijon Cedex
Tel: (00 33) 380 28 02 80