Chalon sur Saone
Chalon-sur-Saone, let yourself be tempted by Burgundy Chalon sur Saone was built along the Saone river during Antiquity. It is a French city of about 45 500 inhabitants in the centre-east of the country, in Burgundy. Chalon sur Saone is listed as French Town of Art and (...)
|From Aix En Provence Tgv||02:34||$68|
|From Baden Baden||03:20||$75|
|From St Leger Sur Dheu||00:27||$14|
|From Nuits St Georges||00:33||$14|
|From Villefranche Saone||00:55||$25|
Getting around From Chalon sur Saone, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
|To St Leger Sur Dheu||02:27||$14|
|To Nuits St Georges||02:37||$14|
|To Baden Baden||03:21||$62|
|To Paray Le Monial||03:41||$25|
|To Aix En Provence Tgv||05:08||$46|
While you're there
Chalon-sur-Saone, let yourself be tempted by Burgundy
Chalon sur Saone was built along the Saone river during Antiquity. It is a French city of about 45 500 inhabitants in the centre-east of the country, in Burgundy. Chalon sur Saone is listed as French Town of Art and History.
Once you reach Chalon-sur-Saone by train, you can discover the charming old historic district of the city with its half-timbering houses, towers, turrets and lovely little streets.
Chalon sur Saone is also equipped with fortifications from the 16th century and a sumptuous Italian Theatre. The Saint Vincent cathedral built from the 11th century is worth the detour because of its neo-gothic facade and its splendid cloister. On the City Hall Square, you will admire the Saint Pierre church in baroque style. If you’re a shutterbug, you should reach the Nicéphore-Niépce Museum, offering an interesting collection of contemporary pictures.
The Vivant-Denon Museum houses a large collection commemorating the archaeology, the decorative art, the History and the Fine Arts.
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- "To Paris" Ernest a. 08/11/2015
Stairs are always a problem getting to train. However the train ride was great, good comfort and quick travel— was relaxing. Thanks Wish we had this in the US
- "Smooth transfers and on time" Jo-anne t. 01/10/2015
Train transfer from Paris went smoothly and enjoyed the ride.
- "Travel by Train - it’s great" Jo-anne t. 01/10/2015
Excellent, efficient way to travel in Europe. Great connections and good value for money. Especially recommended for people travelling with only a 20 inch (European size limit) carry on bag. Large suitcases don't fit well and are a hindrance to everyone.
- "ok" Cindy b. 27/04/2015
- "Running for the TGV" . 29/07/2014
The biggest problem is that the platform the train will arrive at is shown on the board only 15 minutes before the train's scheduled departure. This makes it difficult for the elderly to reach the platform in time - especially if they have heavy suitcases. The TGV has lost all appearance of glamour. It needs a make-over.