Burgundy gathers several French Grands Crus. The Beaujolais for example is one of the most famous French aines. The vineyards of this province flourish like nowhere else. Located in the north of Lyon, Burgundy is famous for its vineyards but also for its local cuisine: the Charolais beef, Bresse poultry or Burgundy snails are famous in France and worldwide.
With this combination of nature and architectural heritage with its abbeys, medieval castles, Roman ruins, the province has everything to seduce its visitors. Burgundy is a river paradise and has the largest waterways network in France. It is also an excellent area for cycling along the typical towns, rivers, canals and vineyards.