Tourism - Côte-d'Or

Côte d’Or is a French department that is part of Burgundy region. It is surrounded by the departments of Yonne, Nièvre, Saône-et-Loire, Jura, Haute-Saône, Aube and Haute-Marne. Côte d’Or is a department rich in history with a strong heritage from Romanesque art to Gothic art as well as culinary art and art of living.

Interesting places to visit are Dijon a protected town and listed as an art and history city, the ‘Hospices de Beaunes’, the abbey of Fontenay listed world heritage by UNESCO, the Vix Treasure and its crater, the famous Vix vase dating from iron age and exhibited in the Châtillon-sur-Seine museum. The Saint Vorles Romanesque church in Châtillon-sur-Seine dating from the 10th century.

Top tourist cities in Côte-d'Or


Tourism Dijon

Dijon is the main city of the Côte-d'Or department and the Bourgogne Region in eastern France. Dijon is probably most famous for its mustard but it is also one of the most beautiful cities of France who was lucky to escape bombing during the Second World War. ...

Must : Le Musée-Magnin, Musée d'art sacré de Dijon, Église Saint-Michel


Tourism Beaune

Beaune, walled city, is a sub prefecture in the district of Beaune and is located in the department of Côte-d'Or. The city is particularly known as the wine capital of Burgundy, by the presence of a large number of merchants and wine producers, but also by ...

Must : Hospices civiles de Beaune


Tourism Montbard

Montbard is crossed by the Canal de Bourgogne and the river Brenne, since its inception has maintained equilibrium points on a human scale. It offers everyone a variety of quality infrastructure. Sights in Montbard Park and the museum Buffon Jacquemard, offered to ...