At a glance
Burgundy is a French region rich with history. Full of chateaux, typical villages, artistic towns, farmhouses, and vineyards galore, there’s a sight to see in every inch of the region.
From unspoiled nature along canals and rivers, fertile countryside, and the massive Morvan mountains, the terrain is diverse. Burgundy is known for its wine and cuisine, including Pinot Noir, Dijon mustard, and boeuf bourguignon.
Why cyclists love it
Burgundy has a large regional network of cycle routes along converted rail lines, beside canals, on vineyard paths, and country roads. There is a cycle tour suitable to every level of ability in this region.
The paths are generally well-marked. France is known to be a bike-friendly place. Public transportation accepts bicycles and hotels are very accommodating to bicycle tourists. At the end of a day’s cycling along quiet country roads with spectacular scenery, cyclists enjoy a taste of the region’s world-famous wine and cuisine.
Burgundy Vineyards Escape
Burgundy France is wine country and so here is your chance to drop in and visit some of the best names in Bourgogne wines! This is a short tour(4 nights) to experience the wines of Cote de Nuits and Cote de Beaune, you can visit some names such as Meursault, Pommard, Puligny-Montrachet, Vougeot, and others.
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