Burgundy is famous across the globe for its fine wines and gourmet food, sleepy canals, ancestral châteaux and picturesque villages.
Burgundy is famous across the globe for its fine wines and gourmet food, sleepy canals, ancestral châteaux and picturesque villages, largely unchanged through time. But this region of France has even more to offer: the countryside is beautiful, uncrowded and unspoiled, there are forests, rivers and lakes, and a strong cultural heritage.
Music festivals, often paired up with wine tasting, are some of summer’s pleasures. Since the glorious days of the Dukes of Burgundy, the region has had an aura of wealth about it. The wine trade, agriculture and tourism fuel the local economy. More recently industries supplying components to nuclear power production have been given much government support.
Due to good road communications with neighboring Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands and Belgium, this region is accessible to all. Expect wonderfully warm summers from June to October and cold crispy winters with blue skies.
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