The French city of Auxerre is a dwelling frozen in time. Whilst you’re wandering around, it’s easy to forget you’re in France, and think you’re in a fairy-tale!
Burgundy is one of the most idyllic regions in rural France. With so many beautiful places to explore, you’ll need our Top 10 guide to see the best bits!
Located fifty kilometres south of Auxerre, Vézelay offers a rich tapestry of culture, tradition and history amidst spectacular surrounds...
The River Yonne is one of the most important rivers in Burgundy, extending from Auxerre, where it joins the Canal du Nivernais
The Ultimate Guide to the Canal du Nivernais - History, interesting facts, maps, nearby towns and villages, places of interest and lots more!
Private Tastings, Tours and Unique Dining Experiences Reveal the History and Traditions of France’s Renowned Wine Growing Regions
The Ultimate Guide to the Burgundy Canal - History, interesting facts, maps, nearby towns and villages, places of interest and lots more!
Autumn is a beautiful time for cruising, which is why we've been planning a potential new route through Burgundy, on some spectacular rural canals.
You can uncover the history and impressive engineering feats of the Canal du Nivernais on a Burgundy barge cruise. Start your journey of discovery here.
Enjoy the cultural and historic attractions of Burgundy on a relaxing hotel barge cruise through this stunning French region
5 reasons to visit Auxerre, from foodie heaven to amazing architecture!
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Explore the countryside through which the canals and rivers of Europe pass by bicycle. Find out more about our barging and biking options.
Burgundy has been synonymous with world-class wine for centuries - now its vineyards are an official UNESCO World Heritage Site!
Discover the 100-year-old history of the hotel barge L'Art de Vivre, from ammunition carrier to alcohol deliverer.