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Known as Les Halles , the old covered market quarter of Dijon, serves still today as a bustling, thriving symbol of everything to do with food. Strategically set in the heart of the city, it...Details
'Mustard means Dijon', as the old saying goes. Although closely tied up with Dijon, the mustard is not the only specialty. We will disclose to you many other sweet secrets during this very tasteful...Details
Come discover the culinary specialties of Dijon in a walking tour through the historical streets of the city center, including several tasting stops in unique and authentic places. You will enjoy...Details
Capitalizing on the end-of-the-year festivities, the Tourist Office of Greater Dijon invites you to discover a selection of traditional and savoury Christmas specialities. Mulled wine and glass...Details
Philip the Bold is the Duke of Burgundy who set the tradition of only using Pinot Noir in Burgundy wine. The presence of the Dukes and the importance they gave to gastronomy, as well as the...Details