Tramway à Dijon
Alain DOIRE / Bourgogne-Franche-Comte Tourisme

MOBIGO: for all the info you need to get around the region

With the Mobigo platform you can easily manage your transport in Burgundy, because you'll find all the region's public transport networks in one place. Mobigo can be accessed via the website, application or on a phone, to plan your itinerary, all modes of transport combined: train, coach, bus, tram, carshare, car club, bicycle, on foot. Please note: there are also special subscription deals for transport in the area and promotional deals available.

Venir en Bourgogne par le train
Alain Doire - BFC Tourisme

By train

If you would like to travel around by train, go to OUI.sncf to search for itineraries, train times, traffic information and to purchase tickets online. Recommendation: if you often travel by train in France at the weekend, opt for the "Avantage Week-end" card!

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Voiture Châteauneuf-en-Auxois
Alain DOIRE / Bourgogne-Franche-Comte Tourisme

By the road

Take to the roads across the region with your own vehicle, for a real adventure in Burgundy, stopping off wherever you feel like on the way. Use the motorways that are part of the APRR network to get around quickly for short journeys, but make sure you also take your time along the country roads to explore the Wine Routes, stumble across restaurants you didn't know were there, visit historic heritage sites and to see the varied and revitalising natural scenery.

Browse our ideas for exploring Burgundy in a camper van or by motorbike!

Check your itineraries using the following platforms:

- ViaMichelin

- Mappy

- Google Maps

Bateau sur le canal de Bourgogne
Alain Doire - BFC Tourisme
On foot, by bicycle, by boat

Explore Burgundy in a different way, at an easy-going pace

Water is all around you in Burgundy with the various rivers, including the Saône and the canals such as Burgundy Canal. Here are some good reasons to try river tourism in Burgundy and ideas for boat trips in the area.

Opt for an eco-friendly mode of transport to see Burgundy in a different light (follow the long trails on foot, by bicycle or on horseback!).

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