It is situated next to Saint Benigne. This church dates from the 12th century and is quite beautiful.
Also known as the Dijon Cathedral. This cathedral is erected on the site of a Romanesque crypt,dating from 1007. The dormitory is now used to house the archaeological museum.
This square has a laughing naked men in the middle. A beautiful square with a medieval feel. In the shops around the square you will found many selling wine and the famous Cassis.
This beautiful church is said to be an example of the transition from Gothic to the Rennaissance style.
This church was built in the 13th century. It is built in the Burgundian Gothic style. Quite spectacular with interesting glass-stained windows and gargoyles.
This is a crypt below Eglise St Benigne Crypt. It is very interesting and worth a visit. The Archaeology Museum is in the building next door, once a part of a monestary.
This magnificent 13th-century Gothic church has a facade with gargoyles, columns and the popular Jacquemart clock.
We came across this gorgeous little garden nursery shop. We even ended up buying seeds to plant when we got home. Stop and "smell the roses". French flower shops are just so beautiful....
In the center of Dijon, you'll find Notre Dame. It's a beautiful example of Gothic Archetecture. It's sort of a smaller version of the one in Paris.
Its facade is considered to be unique. Though there is nothing special in the interior of the church.
Near Dijon (20km) There are Beaulme la roche say in french 'Baume la Roche'
Magnific paysage where you can make sport