The rich heritage of Is-sur-Tille reflects the history of this city. Discover the classic Burgundy architecture during a visit to the church, the 17th century Charbonnel castle and the 18th century Hotel-Dieu. More unusual, Is-sur-Tille has been recognised as the historic city of crossword puzzles and organises an annual festival dedicated to them.

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Office de Tourisme des Vallées de la Tille et de l'Ignon
Place de la République - 21120 - IS-SUR-TILLE -
03 80 95 24 03
http://www.covati-tourisme.fr
covati.tourisme@covati.fr

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