Rendez-vous in Dijon

Dijon, Capital of the Dukes of Burgundy

The capital of a powerful and prestigious duchy during the Middle-Ages, Dijon has inherited a unique cultural and architectural heritage within one of the greatest conserved areas in France. An emblematic city of haute cuisine and lifestyle, Dijon is also the gateway to one of the most prestigious vineyards of France: the Côte de Nuits and its world-class wines.

Arriving here on the road from Troyes, King François I exclaimed at the sight of Dijon: “What a beautiful town, it is the town of a hundred bell towers.“ Dijon may have lost many of its belfries since then, but it has preserved its true magnificence. Let yourself be captivated by the capital of Burgundy, and enjoy the beauty and wealth of its heritage and gastronomic delights.

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Fun ways to discover Dijon

Dijon: Wine & Gastronomy

Famous for mustard and gingerbread, Dijon is also the gateway to the most prestigious Burgundy vineyards. Indeed, the reputation of the route of the 'Grands Crus' has earned it the epithet the 'Champs Elysées of Burgundy.' Discover the magnifient landscapes with vines as far as the eye can see and even a château right at the heart of the Côte de Nuits vineyard.

Tast the famous traditional products

Mustard, gingerbread, 'crème de cassis', Kir (traditional local aperitif), Burgundy wine ... here, the cuisine is known all around the world. A permanent feast awaits visitors in Dijon.

Tours in the vineyard

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Come to Dijon


Dijon Tourist Office
11 rue des Forges – 15 Cour de la Gare
21000 Dijon

Puits de Moïse : 1 Boulevard Chanoine Kir (CHS La Chartreuse) – 21000 Dijon
Tel.: 33 (0) 892 700 558 (de France : 0,34€/min)  - Fax : 33 (0)3 80 30 90 02