In Sens, go back centuries in history! Start with Saint-Etienne Cathedral, the first Gothic cathedral. Then visit the museums gathered in the former palace of the archbishops. They attest to city and the region's history since prehistoric times. Finally, treat yourself to a nature break in Moulin park in Tan. Its tropical greenhouses will ensure you total relaxation.

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Office de Tourisme de Sens et du Sénonais - BIT Sens
6, rue du Général Leclerc - 89100 - SENS -
03 86 65 19 49
https://www.tourisme-sens.com
https://www.tourisme-sens.com/je-decouvre/mon-blog/
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