Built over the tomb of St Benignus (believed to have brought Christianity to Burgundy in the 2nd century), Dijon's Burgundian...
Go inside the truly splendid 17th-century Hôtel Chambellan , from whose courtyard a spiral stone staircase leads up to remarkable...
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...
Lonely Planet review
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.