Things to see and do - Beaune
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Beaune Travel guide
Beaune : Michelin's recommendations
At one and the same time a prestigious wine city and a city of art, Beaune, fortified from 1368, was the capital of Burgundy before Dijon, It has preserved from that era its ramparts and the bastions now house cellars, gardens, old houses and the famous Hospices: this admirable hospital has a tiled varnished roof that is renowned world-wide. Every year the auction sale of wines at the Hospices is an important event for the world and for the wine industry.
Tourist attractions Beaune : Things to see and do
Rue de l’Hôtel-Dieu F - 21203 Beaune
Its beautiful architecture, elegant decoration (ironwork, gabled windows and weather vanes), famous varnished tiles and old well are more suited to a Gothic palace than a hospice. In the Grand'salle or "poor room", there is a 15C Christ of ..
F - Beaune
For wine lovers, this landscape is the stuff of legend. For 65km between Dijon and Santenay lies one of the world's greatest wine growing regions. Every step of the way seems to have its own famous name: each village, each slope: a proud viticultural..
Place Monge F - 21200 Beaune
A building from 1522 with a lovely Gothic façade and three-floored gallery.
19, Rue Maizières F - 21200 Beaune
Prix Prices from : 149 €
The Abbaye de Maizieres is a 12th-century former Cistercian Abbey, located in the heart of the historical centre of Beaune. It features a restaurant and the hotel offers free WiFi internet access. Each of the guest rooms is traditionally decorated w..
5 rue Samuel Legay F - 21200 Beaune
Located in the heart of Beaune, L'Hôtel is housed in a 19th-century mansion with views of the Petite Place Carnot. It features air-conditioned rooms with Mahogany furniture, Italian paintings and marble bathrooms. All rooms include a flat-screen TV ..
27, Rue Maufoux F - 21200 Beaune
Located in the heart of the historic town of Beaune, in the Burgundy Wine Region Hôtel Le Cep offers accommodation with a luxury spa and restaurant. Beaune owes its charm and warm atmosphere to the union of many old homes built between the 14th and t..
31 rue Maufoux F - 21200 Beaune
There are so many reasons to try this quality restaurant that takes you to the heart of Burgundy's gastronomy. The "Loiseau" brand (under the aegis of the mother company, Saulieu), a fine wine list with a rare choice of 70 wines by the glas..
10 rue de l'Hôtel-Dieu F - 21200 Beaune
This elegant 1930s villa is at the foot of the ramparts. The chef rustles up cannily creative fine cuisine, without forgetting to include a smattering of regional influence.
4B place Carnot F - 21200 Beaune
Located on Place Carnot, not far from the Hôtel-Dieu, Le Carmin welcomes you into an elegant and refined world. Chef Christophe Quéant draws on his experience to produce excellent dishes for the modern palate, such as the tagine of Burgundy snails an..
5 rue Samuel-Legay F - 21200 Beaune
The elegant, chic bistro-style interior is the setting for cuisine that honours tradition and first-rate ingredients. The house speciality is roasted Bresse chicken. As for the wine list, it is quite simply impressive.
3 avenue de la République F - 21200 Beaune
The decor, reminiscent of a grotto, is unusual but does not distract you from the good Burgundy cuisine on your plate. Dishes include oeufs en meurette (eggs in a red wine sauce), ox cheek bourguignon, and blackcurrant financier. In summer, there a..
25 rue du Faubourg-Bretonnière F - 21200 Beaune
Keishi Sugimura, for many years second to Bruno Monnoir, is now in charge of his own kitchen. He has however lost none of his love for fine regional produce or culinary creation. Bare stone and wood set the elegant interior scene, while the delightfu..