Getting around Beaune

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Getting around Beaune by public transport, by taxi or on foot

The small town of Burgundy can easily be walked around. Above all for the small and collected historical center.

Buses are preferable above all to reach the most distant neighborhoods from the center.


In general, for the tourist, the visit of Beaune is limited to the area of ​​the ancient center, enclosed by the splendid city walls. Right here, the museums and places of greatest interest and attraction are concentrated: Hotel de Dieu, Wine Museum and others.

You can walk on foot, through the beautiful alleys and Renaissance palaces, stopping from time to time in one of the bistros, cafes, or boulangeries in the center.

Moving to Beaune by bike, however, can be an excellent solution, if you want to get away from the city center. As soon as you cross the city walls, at the beginning of Avenue du 8 Septembre 1944, you will find a bike rental agency

Move to Beaune


The public service is guaranteed by Côte & Bus - Keolis Beaune. Only 5 lines are active in the city, in service, generally, from Monday to Friday up to 18. On Saturdays, buses run half a day, up to about 13. On Sundays the public service is suspended.

Buses are suitable for medium-haul journeys beyond the historic center. Obviously, schedules are a big limitation, especially arriving at the weekend.

The ticket for a single ride costs 1.00 € per person, and can be purchased directly on board the vehicle. Alternatively, if you need to do more bus journeys, you can opt for the 10 Ticket Carnet, which costs 8.00 €. Finally, there is a daily pass for unlimited travel by bus during the day; costs 3.00 € per person and can be purchased from authorized dealers who expose the brand.


In service throughout the year, they allow you to make transfers within the city and in neighboring municipalities. Arriving by train, you will find several taxis waiting, just out of the train station. Obviously, as always, it is advisable to check the tariff in advance.

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