This church was built on the spot of a chapel from the 9th century. It mixes both Gothic and Renaissance style.
Dijon Cathedral, or at greater length the Cathedral of Saint Benignus of Dijon, is a Roman Catholic church located in the town of Dijon,…
The Church of Notre-Dame of Dijon is a Roman Catholic church in Dijon.
This vast structure is a place where food markets regularly take place. There are plenty of other shops and cafés in the surrounding area.
The tower is especially beautiful at night when it's illuminated. It offers wonderful views of the city from the top.
The Jardin botanique de l'Arquebuse is a botanical garden and arboretum located at 1 Avenue Albert-Premier, Dijon, Côte-d'Or, Bourgogne,…
The Well of Moses is a monumental sculpture recognised as the masterpiece of the Dutch artist Claus Sluter, assisted by his nephew Claus de…
The Opéra de Dijon is an opera company and arts organization in Dijon, France.
The Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon is a museum of fine arts opened in 1787 in Dijon, France.
The Musée Rude is an art museum dedicated to the French sculptor François Rude.
The Neo-Byzantine synagogue is listed as national monument. Unlike other synagogues, this one survived the attempts of Nazis to destroy it.
This magnificent church was built in Neo-Byzantine style. Its construction started in 1933 and it's listed as a national monument.
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.
Plenty of boutiques and services all in one place. If you're hungry, you can also grab something to eat here.
The Chartreuse de Champmol, formally the Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinité de Champmol, was a Carthusian monastery on the outskirts of Dijon,…
The Musée Magnin is a national museum in the French city of Dijon in Burgundy, with a collection of around 2,000 works of art collected by…
Explore the history of the region from prehistory to the Middle Ages. It displays sculptures, pieces of pottery, jewellery, and many more.
Relax and wander around in this peaceful green area surrounding the former port. You can also take a boat tour.
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.