15 minutes on foot from our hotel, discover the historic centre of the capital of Burgundy wines, with its history, architecture, leisure, typical streets, and one thousand and one ways of learning about wine. Go and meet wine growers and wine merchants who will let you visit their cellars and taste their finest vintages.
This is the crown jewel of Beaune. Don’t miss a visit to the famous 15th century hospices, classified as historic monuments. Admire the flamboyant gothic facades, the roofs with varnished Burgundy tiles or the “salle des pôvres” where the film “La Grande Vadrouille” was made.
There are many signposted walks taking you through the vineyards in the Côte and Hautes Côtes of Beaune. But you can also discover the vines on bikes, in ULMs, helicopter, hot air balloon, etc.
By car or bike, discover the Burgundy vineyards along the “Grands Crus Tourist Route” which goes through 37 picturesque villages of Côtes de Nuits and Côtes de Beaune, some of which have famous names : Chambolle-Musigny, Vosne-Romanée, Nuits-Saint-Georges…
Some of the many events on the Beaune fun calendar: the Hospices auction, the Jazz Festival, the International Baroque Opera Festival, the International Detective Film Festival… not forgetting loads of authentic events around wine.
Between two visits, you will enjoy wandering around the pedestrian streets of Beaune, with over 500 shops and nearly 5000 parking places nearby. Clothes, local handcrafts, regional products, specialised wine shops, souvenirs from Burgundy… there are things for all tastes and all budgets.
Burgundy has an exceptional heritage. Only a few kilometres from Beaune, discover the Fontenay Abbey in Marmagne, a Unesco heritage site, the site of the battle of Alesia and its Museoparc in Alise-sainte-Reine, the chateaus of Pommard, Meursault; the Imaginarium, a fun wine site, or the Cassissium, the blackcurrant liqueur museum in Nuits-saint-Georges…