CHATILLON-SUR-SEINE

Located along the natural passage between the North and the South, Châtillon-sur-Seine has always been a commercial and cultural hub. Bathed by the Seine, the city lies at the foot of a hill crowned by the ruins of the fortified castle and the Romanesque church of Saint-Vorles. And the undisputed star of Châtillon is the Trésor de Vix, exhibited at the Musée du Pays Châtillonnais.

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Office de tourisme du Pays Châtillonnais - BIT de Châtillon-sur-Seine
Maison Philandrier - 1 rue du Bourg - 21400 - CHATILLON-SUR-SEINE -
03 80 91 13 19
http://www.chatillonnais-tourisme.fr
contact@tourisme-chatillonnais.fr

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