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Right by the main tram area, if you come in from the outer reaches of the city, this is one of the first things you see.
It's an introduction. An insight. A glympse. Of what you are about to see as you walk in to...More
It is a good choise to Start here, in the back you have a small beautiful Park with a playground for children. You can chose the main road, but the smaller streets with churches and the historical buildings are a better Option. A great postoffice-building...More
The trams and the buses all stop at this square. It is the main entry into the main walkway that goes straight through old Dijon. Though the square is impressive and makes for a notable landmark, it really is not worth spending too much time...More
This is a cool place to visit as part of a trip to Dijon. There’s some information written in French, English & German for the tourists. It’s well maintained and although not worth a special visit it’s interesting to see if you’re in the city.
Built in the late 18th century as a ceremonial gate attached to the old ramparts which used to encircle the city, this portal remained when the walls were torn down. On one of its walls I found a plague dedicated to Thomas Jefferson, a Francophile....More