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Dijon is famous for its mustard, but has so much more to offer. The city is the capital of the Cote-d-Or department in the Burgundy region in the east of France, which is very famous for its red and white wines. Many people who come to stay in Dijon hotels come for the International and Gastronomic Fair, which is held every autumn and features over 500 exhibitors. Whether you are visiting for this important event, the Florissimo international flower show, or simply coming to take in the fantastic museums, churches and architecture, Hotels.com can help find the right hotel for you. With reviews from real travellers, a simple online booking system and Dijon hotels to suit any budget, Hotels.com is the only website you will need for your trip. We even have maps to help you to navigate this beautiful city once you arrive.

What's Dijon Like?

Dijon is a key city in France, with a long history. Having once been a Roman settlement, the city has retained architectural styles from a number of different periods, including Gothic and Renaissance. The Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon within the Capetian-style Ducal Palace is a popular attraction housing exhibitions dating back to Roman times. The city known for mustard also has many restaurants and bars, along with the annual Gastronomic Fair. Dijon is a great place to base yourself to explore the wines of the Burgundy region. According to Wine-Searcher, the road from Santenay to Dijon has eight of the top ten most expensive wines in the world, earning it the nickname 'route des Grands Crus', and visitors to Dijon can choose from a number of wine tours to discover these fine wines.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Dijon

With so many of the world's best wines coming from this region of France, it's difficult to know what to choose. A great tip is to ask for a blanc-cassis or kir, which mixes local white wine with also locally-produced crème-de-cassis. Anyone staying in a Dijon hotel will have heard of the tradition of the owl that brings good luck, carved into one of the buttresses of the Notre Dame Cathedral. Hotels.com has local maps available to help visitors to find their way around the city, and to this benevolent bird. Another great idea for visitors to Dijon is to obtain a city card, which enables you to gain special privileges at many of the main monuments and attractions. If discounts are your thing, anyone looking to save money can find hotels in Dijon for any budget on Hotels.com.