On our way to Lucerne, we detoured to a small village, Beaune which is the wine capital of  Burgundy in the Cote d'Or department in eastern France. It is located between Paris and Geneva.

Beaune is an ancient and historic town on the plain, by the hills of the Cote d'Or. There are features from pre-Roman and Roman times, from antiquity, medieval, renaissance and modern times.

It is a walled city: about half of the battlements, ramparts, and the moat, remain in good condition. The central "old town" is extensive.

It also enjoys a good amount of tourism, but it is not primarily a tourist-driven town, as it is sustained by the wine industry.


  1. Just like what we watch in the movies. It is a nice place to be. :D

  2. what a lovely place!
    beautiful photos!

    betty xx

  3. Cute little car with nice and lovely pixz of a quiet town

  4. nice little town, did you taste some wine there??

  5. how i wish i can visit this place, i am dreaming to go France someday... :D

  6. SK, we didn't get to taste the wine.

  7. Aloha from Waikiki;

    A sweet find of a town, Wenn-

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  8. Wine capital....wooo, I love that!

  9. Thanks for sharing with us your visit to those lovely places.

  10. wow wenn last time i get to be here in your blog you were somewhere else and now in another great vacation! you've got the life girl!

  11. What an amazing place! How did you get from place to place? Car,bus,train?


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