Hospices de Beaune, a 15th century former charitable almshouse and hospital for the poor, worldwide renowned for its annual charity wine auction
Bourgogne Franche Comte
The Battle of Alesia took place in Alise-sainte-Reine in 52BC and ended with the victory of Caesar over the Gallic chieftain Vercingetorix and his warriors
Abbaye de Cluny, fully independent from the secular power and a major spiritual and intellectual center recognized throughout Europe during the Middle-Ages
La Roche de Solutré in Burgundy, a limestone spur considered a rare geological phenomenon and the site of major archaeological findings
Bourgogne is part of Bourgone-Franche-Comté, one of the 13 new regions created by the territorial reform that took effect on January 1, 2016.
Franche-Comté is located in Eastern France, at the border with Switzerland and has been part of the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region since January 1, 2016
Beaujolais Vineyard is one of 16 great French vineyards, it spreads over 19,000 hectares along the river Saône and between the towns of Macons and Lyon