Built over the tomb of St Benignus (believed to have brought Christianity to Burgundy in the 2nd century), Dijon's Burgundian...
La Dame d'Aquitaine
Excellent local cuisine is served under the sumptuously lit bays of a 13th-century cave (wine cellar) accessed by a long flight of...
5 rue du Docteur Maret · interesting places nearby
Musée Archéologique information
Truly surprising Celtic, Roman and Merovingian artefacts are displayed here, including a particularly fine 1st-century AD bronze of the Celtic goddess Sequana standing on a dual-prowed boat. Upstairs, the early Gothic hall (12th and 13th centuries), with its ogival arches held aloft by two rows of columns, once served as the dormitory of a Benedictine abbey.