In the Burgundian Bresse, Cuisery will thrill literature enthusiasts. Here, the book is king: the village is home to several bookshops, craft workshops, a dedicated market, etc. And enjoy the historic heritage of this city founded in the Middle Ages and head of an 11th century royal "châtellerie". From the top of the hill where the village stands, admire the view over the Bresse plain.

Information on site

Office de Tourisme du Pays de la Bresse Bourguignonne - BIT de Cuisery
32, place d'Armes - 71290 - CUISERY -
03 85 40 11 70
info.cuisery@bresse-bourguignonne.com
http://www.bresse-bourguignonne.com

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