Cote d'Or accommodation occupies north east Burgundy in Eastern France and the department is full of history and culture waiting to be discovered. The towns close to Cote d'Or holiday homes are popular places to visit because of their stunning architecture and history. Dijon became the capital of Cote d'Or and Burgundy when the Dukes moved there from Beaune and now their palace in Dijon is a popular tourist attraction. Also in Dijon, which was made famous by its Dijon mustard, is the Rue des Forges. With quaint houses and some great architecture, it gives a real insight into how people lived in the past. Close by to Cote d'Or accommodation and Dijon is the town of Beaune and one of the best attractions in Cote d'Or is here: the medieval Hotel-Dieu. The architecture for one is amazing with its colourful tiled roof but inside lies a museum of the hospital that used to occupy the building, with the opportunity to see the pharmacy and quarters where the nuns stayed.
Cote d'Or holiday homes are a great place for wine lovers to come as Cote d'Or produces some of France's finest wines and a wine tour is also available. The tour, 'Route des Grand Crus' goes from Santenay to Dijon and on the way you'll be able to admire the beautiful countryside where the grapes are grown and also try many of the wines made famous in Beaune and Pommard for example. To discover more of the Burgundy region from Cote d'Or accommodation, the departments Yonne and Jura border Cote d'Or, while the bordering regions of Champagne-Ardenne and Franche-Comte are also nearby.
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