Cuiseaux welcomes you at the edge of the Jura mountains. Wander around the medieval city and stop at the castle of the Princes of Orange. In its courtyard, the branch of the Bresse ecomuseum will give you an overview of the work of a winegrower and the vineyards. Then take the signposted circuit that leads to the heights of the city and enjoy the magnificent view over the surrounding plains and ponds.

Information on site

Office de Tourisme du Pays de la Bresse Bourguignonne - BIT de Cuiseaux
Rue Edouard Vuillard - 71480 - CUISEAUX -
03 85 72 76 09
info.cuiseaux@bresse-bourguignonne.com
http://www.bresse-bourguignonne.com

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