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Low cost hotel in Beaune - 1 km from downtown
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About Hotel Première Classe Beaune      Just 10 minutes from the SNCF train station and directly accessible fr (...) see hotel description

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The Campanile Hotel and Restaurant Beaune ideally located for those looking to explore the picturesque town of Beaune. Explore the (...) See hotel description

Beaune, considered the wine capital of Burgundy, is located in east central France between Paris and Geneva. The town’s annual wine auction of the Hospices de Beaune is France’s primary wine auction, and Beaune is surrounded by some of the world’s most famous wine villages. Although Beaune is not traditionally a tourist town, but rather centres around the wine industry, it is nonetheless a fantastic place for a getaway with plenty to do and see.

Beaune is an ancient town with parts of it still showing architectural features that date back to the Roman, or in places in pre-Roman, eras and right up through medieval and renaissance periods to modern and contemporary features. About half of Beaune’s battlements and ramparts have survived in good condition, as has its moat, and the central ‘old town’ is relatively large. Beaune historically has a close association with the Dukes of Burgundy.

Two-day break
Any trip to Beaune is going to have one very obvious main attraction. Wine. When it comes to wine tastings you are spoilt for choice. La Cave de l’Ange Gardien is about 20-minutes walk from the Premiere Classe Hotel Beaune and offers a vast variety of wines to taste under the supervision of expert and friendly host. If you’re looking for an alternative to wine tasting, visit the Musee de l’Hotel, a remarkable museum in the town’s old hospital.

Seven-day break
You could quite easily fill seven days in Beaune simply touring the wineries that surround the town, such as the Maison Joseph Drouhin, Patriarche Pere et Fils and Maison Louis Jadot. If your looking for something slightly different to fill your day try the Cook’s Atelier, less than 20 minutes from the Premiere Classe Hotel Beaune. This cooking course gives you the chance to spend a day with a Beaune local, selecting your ingredients from the market and then having a lesson in fine French cooking.

Family Holiday
Despite the town’s focus on wine making, it can still be a great place to spend some time with your family. You can organise day trips with several local bike companies who will rent you bikes. These give you the chance to see the beautiful countryside surrounding Beaune. The Dalineum is a fantastic opportunity to learn about a tremendous artist, Salvador Dali. The museum is also located in Beaune’s intimate town centre and so is near to other attractions.

The easiest way to get about in Beaune, and see all the town has to offer, is to simply walk. The town also has a bus service, but be sure to check the timetable on the tourist office website as each changes depending on whether it’s term time. The town’s station has high-speed TGV links with Paris, Mulhouse and Lyon.

Burgundy’s cuisine is known for being rich and quite heavy. This is largely because of the heavy Burgundy wine that is also used in cooking, but also due to Charolais beef, on of the finest breeds in the world, being native to Burgundy. Beef bourguignon is a speciality of the region, and snails cooked in Chablis is a difficult dish to avoid.

There are wine festivals in Beaune throughout the year and you’d be hard pressed to miss one during your visit. The biggest is the Hospices de Beaune Wine Auction, which is France’s biggest wine auction and raises money for the town’s hospice which still functions as a retirement home. Beaune also hosts an annual Wine and Jazz festival.

Did You Know ?
The three Chevrolet brothers, all of them race car drivers, were all from Beaune. Oldest brother, Louis Chevrolet, founded the Chevrolet Car Company with ousted General Motors founder William Durant. With his brothers Arthur and Gaston, Louis also founded the Frontenac Motor Corporation, making parts for Model T Fords.