Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Regional Tourism
On 1st January, 2016
Bourgogne merged with
form the new
administrative region of
Pre 2016 Regions
of Bourgogne (Burgundy) has four departments: Cote-d'Or (21), Nievre (58), Saone-et-Loire (71) and Yonne (89).
Neighbouring regions are Auvergne,
Ile-de-France and Rhone-Alpes.
The regional capital of
Burgundy is Dijon.
Bourgogne is famous for its gastronomy and excellent wines but
didn't become French until 1477.
Often overlooked by visitors on the degustation tour is the waterways
If you've got the time, slow down and hire a canal boat.
Comite Regional du
Tourisme de Bourgogne:
Located at the Conseil Regional de Bourgogne, in Dijon.
17 boulevard de la Trémouille - Dijon.
ABC of France:
The official website for Alsace, Burgundy and Champagne-Ardenne regions.
Comprehensive travel guide and information resource for visitors to the Burgundy region of
CRT Bourgogne Holiday
Search the Bourgogne Tourism database for things to during your visit to Burgundy.
Burgundy on a Plate:
Specialises in small group, exclusive wine and gastronomy tours in the Heart of France;
introducing you to Burgundy as seen by its natives - tasting its great wines and wonderful
Burgundy Greeters are local volunteers who take you on a free and
informal tour of their neighbourhoods. Greeters are currently available
in the Pays
Beaunois (Beaune area) and
Côte de Nuits
With its subtle variations of landscape and unexpected features, the Cote-d'Or is a
constant source of surprise.
Situated between the Auxois plain, the vine yards of Beaune and the city of Dijon, the
valley is surrounded by some of the most visited tourism highlights of the region.
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