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Dijon's airport only serves private planes, and some charter services so the main entry point into the city is through the Dijon Rail Station. The station is located near the city centre so it also makes for an excellent base for travelling around the city and the towns nearby. As the city is a known travel destination, arranging for cheap car hire at the Dijon Rail Station is made possible through a number of car rental agencies that have set up counters at the station building. It is highly recommended, however, that you arranged for car hire through the internet so you can take advantage of special offers.

TGV and regular trains go through Dijon Rail Station regularly so you can easily get in from various European countries including Switzerland, Italy and Luxembourg. TGVs from the Gare de Lyon and Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris are also served here. The best way to get around Dijon city centre is on foot although there are reliable bus networks and a free shuttle service that can take you to many tourist destinations around the city.

Dijon was originally the centre of Gothic and Early Renaissance art. It has attracted some of the greatest and celebrated artists from Flanders and beyond. This is why you can find a lot of historic buildings that are architectural masterpieces in their own right all over the city. From Dijon Rail Station, head for Palais Ducal where you will be treated to exhibits of fine art and other priceless treasures at the Musee des Beaux-Arts. St. Michel Church is another notable landmark located to the east of the palace. The structure was built from 15th to the 17th century.

After that, take your cheap car hire at the Dijon Rail Station and go on day trips to Beaune, a town that is famous for its wineries and regional architectural masterpieces. You can also visit Cote de Nuits and participate in various wine tastings in a number of villages in Burgundy.