I spent a month at this address, and it was a comfortable base from which to explore Dijon. The town is well-served by its local 'Divia' buses and trams, and the flat is within easy reach of both services. The timetables for the Transco buses that go to Beaune and to many other small towns and villages, have a logic all their own, but if you can work them out, they are really worth trying. The flat is also a short walk from the main market - piled high four days a week with seasonal fare - and there are many shops and restaurants nearby, not least a corner bakery for calorific treats. It is also about 100 meters (if that) from the newly-renovated and recently re-opened Fine Art Museum, housed in the Palais des Ducs, worth more than one visit, if you have the time. The Thursday edition of the daily local paper ('Le Bien Publique') contains excellent listings of cultural events for the week ahead in Dijon and further afield.
The flat is equipped as described, and everything worked. You will learn to love the bells. Ben-linen and towels were changed regularly, and Isabelle was a charming and welcoming host. There are a lot of steps up to the flat and it hasn't much of a view, but these are minor niggles when compared with the other benefits.
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