The Burgundy region consists of 4 departments
71 Saône et Loire - main city Macon
58 Nivere - main city Nevers
21 Cote d'Or - main city Dijon
89 Yonne - main city Auxerre
Burgundy has a diverse geography, from the Morvan Park with cold granite to the limestone Saone valley. There is much woodland and forest, Oak can be found in the Cote dOr, whilst in the Morvan there is Red Pine. The important rivers such as the Saone and Yonne allowing access to the Rhone and Seine have provided the region with important network of navigable waterways such as the Burgundy Canal. There is a significant Cistercian influence, with many abbeys and monasteries such as Cluny, Fontennay and Citeaux.
The region boasts of some of the most famous wines in the world coming from its many vineyards these include – Chablis, Côte-d'Auxerre, Vézelien, Côte-de-Nuits, Côte-de-Beaune, Côte-Chalonnaise, Mâconnais, and Beaujolais. The local cuisine has as its speciality, coq au vin, beef bourguignon, fondue bourguignonne, escargots de Bourgogne, la matelote d'anguille à la bourguignonne (eels stewed in wine sauce), and gougères (cheese puffs). The regional cheeses to enjoy here include Aisy Cendré, Charolais, Époisses, Saint-Florentin, Soumaintrain, and Vézelay.
Paris to Dijon is about 1 hour and 40 minutes by high-speed TGV train. The TGV is also available to Montbard, Beaune, Chalon-sur-Saône, Le Creusot/Montchanin/Montceau-les-Mines, and Mâcon-Loché.
Paris to Dijon is about 300 km (about 3 hours) using the A5 Autoroute.
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