Église Notre Dame
A block north of the Palais des Ducs, this church was built between 1220 and 1240. Its extraordinary facade's three tiers are lined with...
Originally built in the 13th-century, the Hôtel Aubriot's elegant facade owes some of its current splendour to restoration work...
Rue de la Chouette
Around the north side of Église Notre Dame, this street is named after the small stone chouette (owl) carved into the exterior corner...
This congenial drinking spot facing the Halles overflows day and night with friendly regulars enjoying glasses of wine or fine aged rum...
This zinging restaurant with cheery decorative touches is a good choice if you're tired of heavy Burgundian classics. The menu always...
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Les Halles information
Northwest of Palais des Ducs is Dijon's fabulous old covered market, Les Halles. Abuzz with activity four mornings a week, it's the perfect place to stock up on fresh produce, cheeses and charcuterie for a picnic and to enjoy a spot of people-watching as you stroll among the dozens of stalls.