Getting To The Burgundy Canal France
Canal Barge Rentals: Hire a crew or rent a bare boat and cruise the canal.
From Paris by TGV train, leave from (CDG) Charles De Gaulle Airport on Burgundy Canal.
TGV train service from CDG to Dijon is limited. An option is to go to Paris and leave from the Gare Lyon (Station) for the two hour TGV train trip to Dijon.
By Auto, Rental Car Take the high-speed A-6 toll road south towards Lyon and then connect to the A-38 towards Dijon and Pouilly en-Auxois. for the 190 mile trip (314KM) 3-5 hours.
The Canal de Bourgogne or Burgundy Canal provides north to south barge access through Central France and connects the Atlantic Ocean northwest of Paris with the Mediterranean Sea at the Camargue. on the Rhone River delta, The canal system connects through the Rivers Seine and Yonne to the north, and the rivers Rhone and Saone to the south.
Burgundy Valley Barge Tours on the Burgundy Canal are week-long culinary, wine, sightseeing , or bare boat trips
Burgundy Canal Culinary Tours and Bare Boat Tours often leave from Dijon
In the hilltop village of Chateauneuf -en-Auxious, a hiker or biker can find rest and refreshment.
Many small farming towns line the route Burgundy Canal
Barge Cruises out of the city of Dijon make one week culinary and wine trips on the Burgundy Canal
The TGV high- speed Train and a high speed toll highway reach Dijon from Paris.
Burgundy Canal Culinary Cruise can include a chef
Auto from Paris to Dijon.
From Paris by TGV train, leave from Charles De Gaulle Airport on the train bound for Dijon, the starting point for barge cruises on the Burgundy Canal.
Travel to the Burgundy Canal France by Rail or Rental Auto from Paris to Dijon pictured above, the boat basin on the canal.
From Paris take the TGV train from Charles De Gaulle Airport or the TGV from Gare Lyon for Dijon, one of the the starting points for barge cruises on the Burgundy Canal.
Travel to the Burgundy Canal by auto from Paris. The high speed highway south out of Paris for Lyon leads to Dijon.
By train from the city of Paris, take the TGV train from Gare de Lyon for Dijon. From Charles De Gaulle Airport take the train bound for Dijon. Dijon and beaune are good base cities for barge cruises on the Burgundy Canal.
Hiking and biking trails beside the Burgundy Canal
In France and Italy you can rent a car and do not need to show an International Permit, only your drivers license Italian law, however, requires that.....
Burgundy Canal cruise boat passes through the locks in Eastern France