Burgundy Day Tour with an Overnight in Dijon
Price: $375 ($516 With 2nd Class Rail, $571 With 1st Class Rail). Tour runs every day except Sunday. Tours between December and March are by request only.
We offer a very special overnight Burgundy tour from Paris to discover the historic Burgundy region of France. Wine tastings, lunch and all entrance fees included. After the tour, you’ll spend the night in the heart of the city of Dijon.
Overnight Burgundy Tour Itinerary
Start the day traveling to Burgundy via high speed TGV rail from Paris. In under two hours you’ll arrive in the city of Dijon. You’ll meet your guide right inside the train station. From there you’ll transfer to the nearby town of Beaune and tour the famed Hospices de Beaune museum.
Next, you’ll have a small group tour and tasting at a famous Burgundy wine house and enjoy a traditional lunch in a picturesque village. After, you’ll visit a small producer for a tour and taste. By the end of the day you’ll have tasted ten different Burgundy wines.
Hotel and Overnight in Dijon
After your day tour is over we’ll take you to your hotel Maison Phillipe Le Bon in Dijon. The Maison Phillipe Le Bon is a beautiful 4-star boutique hotel, housed in a building that dates back to 1490, located on a quiet pedestrian-only street. Be sure to enjoy the onsite gourmet restaurant and spa. Option to add additional touring the next day. Otherwise, next day self-touring in Beaune or Dijon means you can choose to return to Paris at any time, though your train time should be pre-arranged. There are no open tickets on that train route.
Burgundy Overnight Tour From Paris Includes
- Pick-up and drop-off at the Dijon TGV station in Burgundy
- Wine tastings throughout the day
- All admission fees
- Rail to and from Paris (optional)
- Overnight at the Maison Phillipe Le Bon
- Breakfast on Day 2
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|Why we love Burgundy – So close to Paris by high speed rail, Burgundy is such a different world. Cobblestones, meticulously made stone houses, pitched roofs and timbered walls. And wow on the food and wine. Read my full article on our trip to Burgundy. – Laura|