Dijon travel guide

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You're Going to Love Dijon

A center for culture and business in the Burgundy region of France, Dijon is famous for its mustard, its wines, and its sense of fashion. There are world-class museums to explore, along with unparalleled shopping spots, and hiking trails for outdoor enthusiasts.

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When to Visit Dijon

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Most visitors arrive in Dijon during the warmer months, from April to November, with a spike in the late fall during the wine harvesting season.

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Where to Stay in Dijon

Stay in a converted 17th-century private mansion at the Hôtel du Palais. At Le Chambellan, you can stay in clean, comfortable rooms in a building dating from 1730.

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Shopping Streets

Pedestrianized Rue de la Liberté is the place to find small shops and boutiques along with national brands for everything from fashions to wine and spirits.

Groceries and Other

Carrefour and E.Leclerc offer a good range of products and prices, with Leader Price Express a good alternative for quick shopping. A quart of milk costs about EUR0.95 and a dozen eggs EUR2.60.

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Where to Eat in Dijon

Savor classic Burgundian cuisine in the small, intimate Chez le Bougnat, where main dishes start at EUR10.50. Dress up for the upscale La Dame d'Aquitaine, where you'll listen to classical music and dine on fine Dijonnais cuisine starting at EUR37.