Burgundy without a car

Visit the region by public transport from Paris, Lyon or Dijon! Go to Burgundy without a car! Intermodality is the key word. Use the TER, coaches and shuttles to get to the region's main sites.

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On the train to Avallon...

Amazed by the charm of the medieval village of Vézelay, you will not be less impressed during a visit to Avallon. Continue by taking a stroll to Bazoches château, Saint Père-Sous-Vézelay church, and into the heart of the Cousin valley in Pontaubert.

From May to September, shuttles take you to these sites three times a day.

On the road to Tonnerre...

Upon arrival at Tonnerre station, you are ready to visit the town. You can then begin your discovery of the Renaissance châteaux of the Yonne, Tanlay and Ancy-le-Franc, as well as those in Béru, Nuits- sur-ArmançonandMaulnes. Finally, visit Notre-Dame de Quincy abbey and the medieval village of Noyers- sur-Serein.

From the 7th July to 31st August, shuttles take you to these main sites, 4 times a day, from Wednesday to Sunday.

Upon arrival at Tournus station...

You are then in Saône-et-Loire, welcomed by the pretty alleys of Tournus. On route to visit Briancon château, Chapaize church, and Cormatin château No respite, the Clunisian site of Saint Gengoux-le-National, the community of Taizé and Cluny abbey will perhaps manage to satisfy your appetite for heritage? The Main Site in Solutré will finish your journey beautifully!

From the 1st July to 31st August, shuttles take you to each of these main sites.

Train terminus in Montbard...

Delve into the feudal era of the Dukes of Burgundy by visiting the ruins of Montbard château. Start your journey by visiting the famous Fontenay abbey, continue with Alésia Museum Park, Bussy-Rabutin château and the village of Alise-Sainte-Reine. The anises await you at Flavigny-sur-Ozerain! Finally, visit the medieval city of Semur-en-Auxois and the great Buffon's forge.

From the 1st July to 31st August, two shuttles will take you, two and three times a day respectively, between these sites.

Intermodality in Burgundy?

Timetables, online booking and purchase of train tickets. Networks, maps and names of public transport networks in Burgundy. Car sharing and route preparation.

Do you want to take one or other of these shuttles? Burgundy coaches and the TER allow you to fully explore the region!

Go to www.mobigo-bourgogne.com