In Auxerre, immerse yourself in centuries of history. Discover the impressive Clock Tower and its pedestrian shopping area. Let yourself be charmed by the beautiful timber-framed houses, mansions, etc. Also visit Saint-Etienne Cathedral and the Abbey of Saint-Germain with its Carolingian crypts. Majestic, it overlooks the Yonne and its docks.

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Office de Tourisme de l'Auxerrois
7 Place de l'Hotel de Ville - 89000 - AUXERRE -
03 86 52 06 19
info@ot-auxerre.fr
http://www.ot-auxerre.fr
http://www.facebook.com/tourisme.auxerre

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