Once you’ve visited Southern Burgundy you’ll want to keep coming back, time after time. Not only is there the legendary wine and a wealth of gastronomic delights, but there are also hundreds of attractions just waiting to be discovered.
Many visitors to France never get to see the real France – La France Profonde, the French countryside of farms, villages, waterways, rolling hills, châteaux, churches and other hidden gems. So, when you come to France make sure you see Southern Burgundy. You won’t be disappointed! In a single day you can visit an 800 year old church, buy produce at a local market, stroll in the gardens of a château and top it all off with dinner and a great bottle of local wine. Does a holiday get any better than that?
Just a few hours drive from Paris and only an hour and a half by the TGV high speed train line, Southern Burgundy makes an ideal break in your journey to the South of France, or the perfect spot for a relaxing holiday in its own right.
Southern Burgundy Explorer is a mine of information about this beautiful part of France. With 120 entries and over 1,800 photos, this app will let you explore and learn about a part of France that many miss. Romanesque Churches, WWII historic sites, the once largest church in the world, prehistoric caves, forest adventures and leisurely cycle rides; whatever you’re looking for, Southern Burgundy has it. And don’t forget the world famous vineyards, where you buy wine direct from the producer. Southern Burgundy Explorer highlights what attractions to see, and contains a wealth of practical tips to ensure that you get the most out of your visit.
★ About the Author ★
Jeff Steiner first came to Southern Burgundy in 1997. Since then he has visited the region regularly. Originally from Los Angeles, Jeff has lived in France since 2001 and currently calls home the town of La Roche sur Foron in the French Alps. He gets to Southern Burgundy every few months and still finds new wonders.
Jeff is the owner/webmaster of www.americansinfrance.net, a resource for living and traveling in France.
This guide is Jeff’s first foray into the app world. As with Americans in France this app is more than a ‘what to see guide’, it is also full of useful traveling tips, from driving in the French countryside to how to buy fruit and vegetables. Enjoy!
★ About Sutro Media ★
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