Burgundy, a mecca for culinary travelers, is known not only for its exceptional foods and wines but also for its medieval architecture, rich history and culture. Once an administrative region of its own, Burgundy now comprises the eastern half of the Bourgogne-Franche-Comte region of France.
The long-awaited May 6, 2022 opening of the newest “International City of Gastronomy and Wine” (Cité Internationale de La Gastronomie et du Vin) in Dijon offers one more compelling reason to visit this spectacular destination.
Food, glorious food
Beef Bourguignon, an iconic
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