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Experience the charm and elegance of Burgundy with our meticulously crafted itineraries. Save time and immerse yourself in the rich history, exquisite wines, and picturesque landscapes of this renowned region. Let our expert team handle the details, ensuring a seamless and unforgettable journey through Burgundy. Discover charming medieval villages, explore vineyards and wineries, and indulge in the world-class gastronomy that Burgundy is famous for. With our tailored itinerary, you'll have the opportunity to uncover hidden treasures, visit historic landmarks, and immerse yourself in the authentic beauty of Burgundy. Unlock the essence of Burgundy with our meticulously planned itinerary.

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Our personalized routes from A to Z include many unique and little-known places, along with detailed information such as parking addresses, tips, and exact directions, making the trip more exciting and enjoyable while saving travelers time during preparation and on their journey.

A Few Words about the Region

The inner region of France with its capital in Dijon City, one of the country’s main centers for wine and gastronomy. The soils of Côte d’Or and Côte des Nuits accommodate the most prestigious French vineyards; this is the motherland of the famous Chablis and other precious intoxicating products.

Here, one can taste the best snails and enjoy Dijon’s Renaissance architecture, celebrate Beaujolais Nouveau and roam through the Abbey of Fontenay’s somber halls. Burgundy, like no other place in France, is able to preserve the balance of volatile fun and endless grandeur… or maybe, of never-ending celebration and transitory strictness?

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Best Places to Visit

Natural Landmarks and Lakes

Natural Landmarks and Lakes

Sights

Sights

Cities

Cities

Children's Entertainment

Children's Entertainment

Museums

Museums

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Grocery Stores

Grocery stores and shops are closed on Sundays. As the French themselves say, this is for visiting a theater or simply taking a stroll instead of wasting the wonderful weekend time on shopping.

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We Recommend Renting a Car

Traveling across Burgundy by personal car is the most convenient option since some small settlements and wine farms cannot be reached by public transport. You can rent a car in any town of the province if you have all the standard documents.

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Burgundy Is a Holiday Region!

Burgundy is an ideal vacation spot for event tourism enthusiasts. Various festivals are held here all the year round, interchanging in an unbroken chain. Most events organized at the festivals are absolutely free.

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Tips

In France, a service fee is usually included into hotel or restaurant bills. However, it is considered good form to leave tips (small money or rounding the bill upwards).

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Cycle the Vineyards

Rent a bike and cycle through the rolling hills and vineyards of Burgundy. The region has many scenic cycling routes, including the famous Voie des Vignes (Wine Route), which takes you through some of the best vineyards in the area.

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Our expert travel planners will craft a unique, custom route that includes all the must-see sights and hidden gems, divided by day and with a clear route from A to Z.

  • We'll save you time by doing all the research and planning for you.

  • Our experts have insider knowledge of unique and off-the-beaten-path destinations that aren't typically found in guidebooks.

  • Your itinerary will be fully customized to your interests, preferences, and travel style.

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  • You'll have access to ongoing support from our team throughout your entire trip, ensuring a stress-free and unforgettable experience.

  • The cost of our service is only $190

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Trip Funds

Couple (2 persons)

Funds / per day Cost, €
Accommodation 80
Meals 60
Entertainment 80
Car rental 50

Family of four/per day

Funds / per day Cost, €
Accommodation 150
Meals 240
Attractions 120
Car rental 80

Flight Duration

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Los Angeles - Paris

10h 50m

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Miami - Paris

7h 35m

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New York - Paris

8h 40m

How Long Should the Trip Take?

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Your first trip to Burgundy

Goal: visiting main tourist destinations.

2-3 days

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Big family trip

Goal: nature, children's amusement parks

3-4 days

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All of the Burgundy

Goal: The main goal is to explore all that Burgundy has to offer.

5-6 days

Airports in the Region

Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
Roissy-en-France

Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is the largest international airport in France and the second busiest airport in Europe, after London Heathrow. It is located 25 kilometers (16 miles) northeast of Paris and serves as a major hub for Air France and other airlines.

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Hostellerie Cèdre & Spa Beaune

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10 Bd Maréchal Foch, 21200 Beaune
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A very pleasant and cozy atmosphere, very agreeable staff. The hotel is conveniently located just a few minutes of walking from the Old Town.

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Château de Balleure

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Château de Balleure, 71240 Étrigny
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Raoul and his wife were MARVELOUS! Right upon our arrival, we were welcomed with open arms. The food and the wine were impeccable. Comfort and quality. The staff radiated thorough attentiveness. We are definitely coming back.

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Château de Courban and Spa Nuxe

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7 Rue du Lavoir, 21520 Courban
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An excellent, quiet place. Splendid staff. A restaurant with exquisite cuisine. The waiters are very professional.

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Najeti Hôtel de la Poste

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5 Bd Clemenceau, 21200 Beaune
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This charming hotel is a perfect location to start exploring Beaune. We had a car and were offered a parking lot because you can travel across the entire city on foot. We had a very large and beautiful room with a nice air conditioner and a fantastically spacious bathroom.

3 days Itinerary in Burgundy

Day 1
Trip to Burgundy

9:00 - Arrive in Dijon

Start your trip by arriving in Dijon, the capital of the Burgundy region.

10:00 - Visit Notre-Dame de Dijon

Visit this impressive Gothic cathedral and admire its intricate architecture.

12:00 - Lunch at a local brasserie:

Enjoy some classic Burgundian cuisine, such as escargots, coq au vin, or boeuf bourguignon, at a local brasserie.

14:00 - Tour the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy:

Explore the former residence of the powerful Dukes of Burgundy and learn about the region's rich history.

16:00 - Visit the Musée des Beaux-Arts:

Admire the impressive collection of fine art at this museum, including works by local artists such as Gustave Eiffel and François Pompon.

18:00 - Check into your hotel:

Find a cozy hotel in Dijon to spend the night.

Day 2
Trip to Burgundy

9:00 - Drive to Beaune:

After breakfast, drive to the picturesque town of Beaune.

10:00 - Visit the Hospices de Beaune:

Explore this historic hospital turned museum and learn about its unique architecture and fascinating history.

12:00 - Wine tasting in the Côte de Beaune:

Discover the famous vineyards of the Côte de Beaune and enjoy a wine tasting at a local winery.

14:00 - Lunch in Beaune:

Enjoy lunch at a local bistro and savor the flavors of the region.

16:00 - Visit the Château de Savigny-lès-Beaune:

Visit this impressive castle and admire its collection of vintage airplanes and motorcycles.

18:00 - Return to Dijon:

Head back to Dijon for dinner and another night at your hotel.

Day 3
Trip to Burgundy

9:00 - Visit the Château de la Rochepot:

Start your day with a visit to this beautiful castle, known for its distinctive multi-colored roof.

11:00 - Drive to the Abbaye de Fontenay:

Discover this beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site, a preserved Cistercian abbey founded in 1118.

13:00 - Lunch in Montbard:

Stop for lunch in the charming town of Montbard.

15:00 - Hike in the Morvan Regional Nature Park:

Take a scenic hike through this beautiful nature reserve and enjoy the stunning views.

18:00 - Return to Dijon:

End your trip by returning to Dijon and enjoying a final dinner in the city before departing.

Cuisine

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti: wine testing

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti: wine testing

1 Pl. de l'Église, 21700 Vosne-Romanée, France

This vineyard is known for its high-quality Pinot Noir wines and is considered one of the best in Burgundy. Wine tastings and tours are available by appointment only.

Domaine Leflaive: wine testing

Domaine Leflaive: wine testing

3 Pl. des Marronniers, 21190 Puligny-Montrachet, France

This vineyard produces some of the finest white wines in Burgundy, particularly Chardonnay. Wine tastings and tours are available by appointment only.

Domaine Faiveley: wine testing

Domaine Faiveley: wine testing

8 Rue du Tribourg, 21700 Nuits-Saint-Georges, France

This family-owned vineyard produces a wide range of wines, including Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Aligoté. Wine tastings and tours are available by appointment.

Domaine Louis Jadot: wine tasting

Domaine Louis Jadot: wine tasting

62 Rte de Savigny, 21200 Beaune, France

This vineyard produces a wide range of wines from different parts of Burgundy. Wine tastings and tours are available by appointment, and there is also a wine shop on site.

FAQs

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How do I get from Burgundy to Paris?

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Is there a beach vacation spot in Burgundy?

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Transport tickets. Where can I buy them apart from stations and bus terminals?

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Police: 112

Fire Service: 112

Consulate: +33143122222

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The planning by Jena was good. The trip was adapted to the whole family, and the little tips provided were very helpful.

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I highly recommend Jena for his excellent and thorough trip planning services. He was able to create a customized itinerary that perfectly suited our needs and included helpful links and booking information. Thanks to his expertise, we were able to maximize our trip and have an unforgettable experience.

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Our expert travel planners will craft a unique, custom route that includes all the must-see sights and hidden gems, divided by day and with a clear route from A to Z.

  • We'll save you time by doing all the research and planning for you.

  • Our experts have insider knowledge of unique and off-the-beaten-path destinations that aren't typically found in guidebooks.

  • Your itinerary will be fully customized to your interests, preferences, and travel style.

  • We'll provide you with all the essential details, such as transportation options, recommended accommodations, and restaurant reservations.

  • You'll have access to ongoing support from our team throughout your entire trip, ensuring a stress-free and unforgettable experience.

  • The cost of our service is only $190

Contact us now to start planning your dream trip and get all the details and answers to your questions.

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  1. Alice says:
    I’m interested in learning more about the winemaking in Burgundy. What are some of the best places to visit?
    1. Avatar photo Jena Hovor says:
      Hi Alice,
      Burgundy is famous for its wine, and there are many great places to visit to learn more about winemaking. Here are a few suggestions:
      Beaune: This town is known as the “capital of Burgundy wine” and is home to many wine producers and wine shops.
      Chablis: This region is known for its white wines made from Chardonnay grapes.
      Nuits-Saint-Georges: This region is known for its red wines made from Pinot Noir grapes.
      Pommard: This region is also known for its red wines made from Pinot Noir grapes.
      Volnay: This region is known for its red wines made from Pinot Noir grapes.
      You can also visit the following wine museums to learn more about the history and production of Burgundy wine:
      Maison des Vins de Bourgogne: This museum is located in Beaune and offers exhibits on the history of Burgundy winemaking.
      Musée du Vin de Chablis: This museum is located in Chablis and offers exhibits on the history of Chablis winemaking.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  2. Bob says:
    ‘m planning a trip to Burgundy in the fall. What are some of the best things to do during that time of year?
    1. Avatar photo Jena Hovor says:
      Hi Bob,
      The fall is a great time to visit Burgundy. The weather is mild, and the leaves are changing color. Here are a few things you can do during your trip:
      Visit the vineyards and sample the local wines.
      Hike or bike through the countryside.
      Visit the towns and villages of Burgundy.
      Enjoy the local cuisine, which features fresh produce, cheeses, and meats.
      Attend a wine festival.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  3. Charlie says:
    I’m not a big fan of wine. Are there any other things to do in Burgundy besides visiting wineries?
    1. Avatar photo Jena Hovor says:
      Hi Charlie,
      There are many other things to do in Burgundy besides visiting wineries. Here are a few ideas:
      Visit the Château de Guédelon, a medieval castle that is being rebuilt using traditional methods.
      Visit the Autun Cathedral, a beautiful Gothic cathedral.
      Go hiking or biking in the Morvan National Park.
      Visit the town of Dijon, the capital of Burgundy.
      Take a cooking class and learn how to make traditional Burgundian dishes.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  4. David says:
    I’m planning a trip to Burgundy with my family. What are some kid-friendly activities that we can do?
    1. Avatar photo Jena Hovor says:
      Hi David,
      Here are a few kid-friendly activities that you can do in Burgundy:
      Visit the Parc du Morvan, a family-friendly park with a lake, playground, and mini-golf course.
      Visit the Natural History Museum of Burgundy, which has exhibits on the wildlife and geology of the region.
      Take a boat trip on the Saône River.
      Visit the town of Beaune, which has a number of museums and historical sites.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  5. Emma says:
    I’m looking for a budget-friendly way to travel to Burgundy. Any suggestions?
    1. Avatar photo Jena Hovor says:
      Hi Emma,
      Here are a few budget-friendly ways to travel to Burgundy:
      Travel by bus or train.
      Stay in a hostel or guesthouse.
      Cook your own meals.
      Visit free attractions, such as the Parc du Morvan.
      Take advantage of discounts, such as those offered by the Burgundy Tourism Board.
      Join a group tour, which can save you money on transportation and accommodation.
      Consider traveling during the off-season, when prices are lower.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  6. William says:
    I’m not sure how long I should stay in Burgundy. How much time do you recommend?
    1. Avatar photo Jena Hovor says:
      Hi William,
      The amount of time you need to spend in Burgundy depends on what you want to see and do. If you are interested in wine, you could spend a week or more exploring the vineyards and visiting wineries. If you are interested in history and culture, you could spend a few days visiting the towns and villages of Burgundy. And if you are interested in hiking and biking, you could spend a few days exploring the Morvan National Park.
      I would recommend staying for at least 3 days, but you could easily spend a week or more exploring Burgundy.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  7. Sarah says:
    I’m not sure how to get around Burgundy. What are my transportation options?
    1. Avatar photo Jena Hovor says:
      Hi Sarah,
      There are several ways to get around Burgundy. You can take the train, bus, or car. The train is the fastest way to get around, but it can be expensive. The bus is slower, but it is more affordable. And the car is the most flexible way to get around, but it can be expensive to rent and park.
      If you are on a budget, I would recommend taking the bus or train. The bus is the cheapest option, but it can be slower. The train is faster, but it can be more expensive.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  8. Devon says:
    I’m not sure where to stay in Burgundy. What are some good options?
    1. Avatar photo Jena Hovor says:
      Hi Devon,
      There are many good places to stay in Burgundy. Here are a few suggestions:
      Beaune: This town is known as the “capital of Burgundy wine” and has a number of hotels and guesthouses to choose from.
      Dijon: This city is the capital of Burgundy and also has a number of hotels and guesthouses.
      Chablis: This town is known for its white wines and has a few hotels and guesthouses.
      Nuits-Saint-Georges: This town is known for its red wines and has a few hotels and guesthouses.
      Pommard: This town is also known for its red wines and has a few hotels and guesthouses.
      I would recommend booking your accommodation in advance, especially if you are traveling during the peak season.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  9. Jane says:
    I’m planning a solo trip to Burgundy. Any tips?
    1. Avatar photo Jena Hovor says:
      Hi Jane,
      Here are a few tips for planning a solo trip to Burgundy:
      Stay in a hostel or guesthouse. This is a great way to meet other travelers and make friends.
      Take advantage of free activities. There are many free attractions in Burgundy, so you can save money on your trip.
      Be confident and outgoing. Traveling solo can be a great way to step outside of your comfort zone and meet new people.
      Don’t be afraid to ask for help. If you need help, don’t be afraid to ask a local for directions or advice.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  10. Johnny says:
    I’m interested in visiting the vineyards in Burgundy, but I don’t know anything about wine. Can you help me?
    1. Avatar photo Jena Hovor says:
      Hi Johnny,
      Sure, I can help you learn more about wine in Burgundy. Here are a few things to keep in mind:
      Burgundy is known for its red wines, made from Pinot Noir grapes.
      White wines are also produced in Burgundy, made from Chardonnay grapes.
      The quality of Burgundy wine varies depending on the region.
      The best way to learn about Burgundy wine is to visit a winery and sample the wines.
      You can also take a wine tour to learn more about the region and its wines.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.

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