‘Le Plus Beaux Villages de France’ is a collection of stunning small French villages. Read on to find out which ones you can visit on our cruises.
Discover the history behind the construction of the Canal du Centre in Southern Burgundy, and how it's one of our most popular cruises today!
Beaune is overflowing with history, art and wine. Here are the best sites for culture lovers, including parks, museums and of course, tastings.
Autun's rich architectural and cultural heritage makes this one visit not to be missed when cruising aboard hotel barge Finesse in Southern Burgundy
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 Centre - History, interesting facts, maps, nearby towns and villages, places of interest and lots more!
Learn the secrets of the historic vineyards of Clos de Veugeot and discover why the ancient site represents the winemaking industry of Burgundy
The Ultimate Guide to the Canal du Nivernais - History, interesting facts, maps, nearby towns and villages, places of interest and lots more!
Relax onboard the luxury Barge, La Belle Epoque, and enjoy a tour of the famous Abbaye de Fontenay
Does it get any more indulgent than sampling exceptional wines at the vineyards of Burgundy’s oldest wine company? Maison Champy has been producing award-winning wines since 1720 and it’s the...
Guests aboard L'Art de Vivre or La Belle Epoque will visit the renowned Domaine Laroche, situated in the famous vineyards of Chablis...
The River Saône flows for 300 miles from the Vosges Mountains to its junction with the River Rhone in Lyons and is navigable for 230 miles
Burgundy Wine Guide: The Burgundy wine region is home to some of the most expensive wines in the known universe, there are plenty of good, affordable wines that can...
The Ultimate Guide to the Burgundy Canal - History, interesting facts, maps, nearby towns and villages, places of interest and lots more!
For anyone wanting to hop off and explore the land a little during their barge cruise, here are a few places to visit on a cycle on the Burgundy Canal.
On a luxury barge holiday in beautiful Burgundy, you will have the opportunity to taste a range of wonderful cheese. Here is a guide to the best Burgundy cheeses...
Burgundy is the home of barging, and the canal itself is one of the most diverse and fascinating destinations in France, read on for the story of its unique history...
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.
The Canal de Bourgogne doesn’t just have stunning surroundings – its feats of engineering are equally impressive! Find out more here.
Our top 5 picks from the Burgundy wine region, taste guaranteed!
In search of Burgundy's best châteaux? From classic favourites to gorgeous hidden gems - here's our guide to 9 must-sees and how to find them...
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.
From how it was made to how it's enjoyed today - read all about the Burgundy Canal's rich and complicated history
Spring is an ideal time to visit Burgundy. Warming temperatures create perfect conditions for sightseeing and cycling alongside the canals, and the hillsides are in bloom
There's more to Burgundy than excellent wines, its cuisine is particularly special too! Read on to find out more...
Discover the magnificent Journées Romaines Festival, held in the historic Burgundian town of Autun at the height of summer.
Enjoy the cultural and historic attractions of Burgundy on a relaxing hotel barge cruise through this stunning French region
Discover two French staples at the places where they originated, indulge in the fantastic flavour of the Burgundy region
A brief guide on the many sights and points of interest along France's famous Canal de Bourgogne- a must visit if you're in the Burgundy region!
Chablis may be known for its wine, but its history is just as intoxicating. Find out more here.
History, architecture, art and food! Dijon has the best of them all. But what if you only have one day to spare?
Take the road less travelled and sample backstreet Parisian bars, the medieval beauty of Montargis and the riverside architecture of Auxerre
Join us on our website, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for all things Burgundy, from famous wines to exclusive shots of unusual locations - #BurgundyWeek #LoveBurgundy
#BurgundyWeek highlights including: Hotel Barge L'Art de Vivre, Château d'Ancy-le-Franc, and of course some stunning vineyards and vintages!
No wine? No problem. Delectable cuisine, fairy-tale architecture and traditional canals mean Burgundy has plenty of alternatives to sitting and sipping.
The whimsical Hôtel-Dieu Hospice in the town of Beaune is an icon of the Burgundy region. Stepping into its courtyard is like tiptoeing into a Gothic fairytale, with its half-timbered...
Our beautiful barge La Belle Epoque makes a journey through film history when it cruises through Flavigny-Sur-Ozerain.
Burgundy has been synonymous with world-class wine for centuries - now its vineyards are an official UNESCO World Heritage Site!
Of all the villages in France, only 200 can be called 'Les Plus Beaux'. Find out more here.