Burgundy enjoys a rich and varied heritage which you are warmly invited to explore.
Quoting Abigail Butcher of the Telegraph : often described as the wine capital of France, Beaune is at the heart of Burgundy, easily reached from all directions. Popular with Britons en route to the south of France during the summer, or the Alps in the winter, it’s one of the best places in the country to eat and drink. The pretty, walled town has cobbled streets, many places to eat and a wine merchant on every corner. It’s just under two hours from Paris by TGV, or from Lyons if you fly.