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Journée "Autun et Bibracte"

Culture and heritage, Famille, Hiking, Tourisme des jeunes, Tourisme vert in Autun
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  • *** Offer valid for groups of 15 or more participants ***

    Autun. Guided tour of the city. The Gallo-Roman and medieval eras have shaped the face of Autun and give it its charm today. Your guide will take you to the Gallo-Roman sites: the ancient theatre, the Arroux and Saint-André gates and the Temple of Janus. Then, you will go to the heart of the upper town to discover the Saint-Lazare cathedral, a masterpiece of Romanesque art. This panoramic visit will take you back in time and reveal...
    *** Offer valid for groups of 15 or more participants ***

    Autun. Guided tour of the city. The Gallo-Roman and medieval eras have shaped the face of Autun and give it its charm today. Your guide will take you to the Gallo-Roman sites: the ancient theatre, the Arroux and Saint-André gates and the Temple of Janus. Then, you will go to the heart of the upper town to discover the Saint-Lazare cathedral, a masterpiece of Romanesque art. This panoramic visit will take you back in time and reveal the richness of Autun's heritage. Continuation to Bibracte.

    Gallic meal at the restaurant at the foot of the archaeological site, you will taste a menu prepared with ingredients known to the Gauls, in an original place and atmosphere.

    Menu subject to change
    Braon (millstone, in Gallic language)
    Fresh barley semolina salad with peas and turnips
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    Bouissa-garos (which moos like a cow, in Gallic language) Mitonné of beef scoter with cider and honey
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    Uindus (white, in Gallic language)
    Fresh or dried cheese with honey
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    Meliddos (sweet in Gallic)
    Poached pear with blueberries and a hazelnut biscuit
    Cereal bread roll

    Guided tour of the archaeological site of Bibracte. Discover Bibracte, a large Gallic town buried under the forest. Discover with the guide a museum with contemporary architecture which will reveal the way of life of the Aedui, the people who lived in Bibracte two thousand years ago.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
    • English
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  • From March 17, 2024 until December 31, 2024
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