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Dijon
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Dijon

The former Duchy of Burgundy has retained its status as capital forever. Its historical heritage and economic assets have made it a shining cultural city and a remarkable gastronomy and wine centre.

Le Cassis de Dijon

Exclusive to the Burgundian capital, Cassis de Dijon is a traditional liqueur resulting from local know-how. It is at the origin of the famous Blanc Cassis which became famous thanks to Canon Kir who gave it his name. A legendary aperitif with as synonymous, hospitality and friendliness.

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Cassis de Dijon

Côte de Nuits Grands Crus

From Dijon to Corgoloin stretches a prestigious coastline that includes villages whose names are synonymous with the world's greatest red wines. Come and meet 26 Grands Crus among the 33 that makeup Burgundy's wine region: Chambertin, Echézeaux, and Romanée-Conti. Welcome to the legend!

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Grands Crus de la Côte de Nuits

Vine path by bike

Bicycle routes and greenways lead through the heart of Burgundy's vineyards: Gevrey-Chambertin, Vosne-Romanée, Meursault, Puligny-Montrachet. Villages and landscapes, castles and cellars line this beautiful route. A free-wheeling discovery, according to your desires!

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Voie des vignes à vélo

Dijon, capital of the Dukes of Burgundy.

At the gateway, to Route des Grands Crus, the former Duchy of Burgundy's capital has preserved its glorious past mark. With its palace of the Dukes and its famous Tour Philippe le Bon, its old houses and alleys, its shops and gardens, Old Dijon exudes the irresistible charm of medieval cities.

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Ville de Dijon

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