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Title
Burgundy
Author
Arthur Eperon
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Pan Books
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19920410

Burgundy is a land of gentle hills and dense forests, of restful waterways and tranquil towns and villages. Once a powerful dukedom, Burgundy is rich in history, art and architecture, from the Romanesque basilica at Vezelay and the Renaissance chateaux at Tanlay and Ancy-le-Franc to the beautiful old buildings of Dijon.;In this book the author offers his own recommendations for discovering Burgundy, whether you are cruising on the canals, exploring Macon and Beaune, touring the wine villages or sampling the local family-run restaurant. Anecdotes and hints to inspire the seasoned as well as the first-time traveller to this area are also included.;Each of the Eperon's French regional guides describes the region, its particular attractions and atmosphere, its food and wine, its history, major towns and cities and most important sites. It also includes a comprehensive gazeteer covering the towns and villages in the region, with information on what to see, which hotels and restaurants to visit, as well as information on market days and annual festivals. The author is a journalist, travel and wine writer who has written guides to France, Italy and Greece and appeared regularly on television. In 1974 he won the annual French award for travel writing.

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Type
BOOK
Edition
Main Market Ed.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
279

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