Within 30 minutes, you can find yourself in:
Historic Abbey town, with its spectacular museum detailing the history of the famed Benedictine Abbey and surrounding area
Larger city with preserved medieval heart on the Sâone River; Restaurants, cathedral, museums, Saturday market and major shopping centres; TGV train station (1½ hour train to Paris) and all major car rental companies
Town with imposing Basilica of the Sacred Heart; Sister city of Bethlehem
Small hilltop village which is the centre of an ecumenical community visited annually by thousands of youth pilgrims
Beaujolais & Southern Burgundy
Wine regions with charming villages, beautiful vineyards and gorgeous wines
Chambertin, a 13th century furnished castle; Chateau Dree, a 17th century with extensive gardens; 15 other chateaus to explore
Cathedrals and Churches
13thC Romanesque village churches dotted throughout the region, built under the influence of the Cluny Abbey
12 local village markets each week with fresh produce and regional specialities
Walking and Cycling
Hiking and bike trails along old canal tow paths and former railway lines
In one hour, you can also be in:
Where the Rhone and Soane rives join, this city has a world famous reputation for cuisine and gastonomy. International airport and TGV train station
Beautiful and historic city, the heart of the premium wine-growing area of Burgundy.
Massive 12th centure Romanesque cathedral and monthly Sunday flea market.
Chalon sur Sâone
Birthplace of photography, 5 hectare (12 acre) rose garden..
Gateway to the Alps and ski resorts
Museum of crystal making and Baccarat crystal in the former manufacturing plant
Two hours will get you to:
Cote de Nuit wine region
The Grand Cru premier wine region in Burgundy featuring towns such as Chevrey Chambertin and Nuit St Goerges.
Renowned for its wine, food and mustard, plus its architecture and museums.
Visit Switzerland, try a fondue, taste the chocolate and take a cruise on Lake Geneva.
In just four hours
You can be in Paris or in Milan or Turin in Italy!