Discover the charm of Dijon's historical centre and the extraordinary legacy of the Burgundian Dukes. Their history is inseparable from the winegrowing traditions of the Côte de Nuits whose great red wines have earned it the title of the "Champs-Elysées of Burgundy".
Dijon has one of the best preserved medieval centers in France. It is easy to walk and see the sites, with lots of pedestrian walking streets. You'll sample some of France's finest cuisine and drink great Burgundy wines at dinner or at one of the many wine bars in town. Dijon offers many cultural activities, including a wealth of museums and annual festivals to keep the tourist busy