ADD TO LISTNot too many travelers make their way to Dijon when visiting France. Those that do usually go to see the Musée Des Beaux-Arts. Other travel spots such as Clermont-Ferrand may be more interesting to check out in the area. Know something about Dijon? Help us out by adding your favorite places to this Dijon travel guide.
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We think of mustard when we hear Dijon, but after you have visited here, you will think first of fabulous food. Dijon is a superb culinary center in France and there are numerous good restaurants. It is almost impossible to have a bad meal here. If you can fork out some serious cash, try any or all of the following four: Joel Perreaut's des Gourmets, Les Oenophiles, Le Pre aux Clercs and Stephane Derbord. If you spend your money on luxe meals (I tend to) you might want to save some cash buying a bed for the night. The hotel Premiere Classe Dijon Nord, is jsut fine and rooms run about $60-$70 a night.
Le Smart 8, rue Claus Sluter
Dijon 21000 Dijon is a quaint, traditional town on the way to many destinations. its a stopover for many french and German tourists but never turned into a touristy town. If your looking for good food, a modern atmosphere but still a traditional experienct, try LE SMART. The cuisine is innovative and modern combining culinary tradition with contemporary tastes.
Rustic, medieval; I do not remember much
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