This square in the shape of a half circle is considered to be the historic centre of Dijon. It features the equestrian statue of Louis XIV.
If you stroll down this street, you will see the most important sights in the historic centre of the city. There's also a tourist office.
This large public garden is dedicated to Henry Darcy, hydraulic engineer from Dijon. There's a Neo-Renaissance monument built in his honour.
The Rue de la Liberté is the main street in the historic center of the French city Dijon.
This small but charming square was named after a French sculptor. It's surrounded by houses with wooden pillars and markets take place here.
The Palace of the Dukes and Estates of Burgundy or Palais des ducs et des États de Bourgogne is a remarkably well-preserved architectural…
Kir Lake is an artificial lake located south west of Dijon, France. Traversed by the Ouche, it was completed in 1964 and named after Félix…
The facade of this luxurious hotel was listed as a National Heritage Site. Marvel at the magnificent architecture as you walk by.
This restaurant is set in a beautiful building from the 17th century. Despite its location, it offers fresh and modern cuisine.
If you are into independent movies and understand French, feel free to come and enjoy your evening in this cosy small theatre.
The Musée d'art sacré de Dijon is a municipal museum of Catholic Burgundian sacred art inaugurated in 1980 by Canon Jean Marilier in the…