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Burgundy VIP Balloon Flight for 2 from Vezelay

Burgundy VIP Balloon Flight for 2 from Vezelay - Auxerre, France

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Auxerre, France

From USD
$1415.55

The wonderful area of Vezelay and the region parc of the Morvan is renowned for it's wildlife, forests and rugged country farmers. Fly over the spectacular medieval hilltop town of Vezelay and the villages of the Parc du Morvan Nature Reserve ... More info ›

The wonderful area of Vezelay and the region parc of the Morvan is renowned for it's wildlife, forests and rugged country farmers. Fly over the spectacular medieval hilltop town of Vezelay and the villages of the Parc du Morvan Nature Reserve. Balloon rides are scheduled every morning and evening when the wind is calm.

Balloon rides in Vezemay are scheduled every day except saturday when the weather conditions are optimal, from May thru mid-October. The total excursion time is three hours with a flight time of approximately one hour. This includes the balloon preparation and inflation, the flight, the traditional "toast des Aéronautes" at the landing and the return by vehicle to the starting point. Clients must confirm the weather conditions directly with your pilot 24 hours before the fligth via the telephone privided on your confirmation papers.

During the hot air balloon flight you can admire the stunning scenery of Burgundy from above including well-known vineyards and pretty villages.

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Burgundy Hot-Air Balloon Ride from Vezelay

Burgundy Hot-Air Balloon Ride from Vezelay - Auxerre, France

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Auxerre, France

From USD
$293.73

The wonderful area of Vezelay and the region parc of the Morvan is renowned for it's wildlife, forests and rugged country farmers. Fly over the spectacular medieval hilltop town of Vezelay and the villages of the Parc du Morvan Nature Reserve ... More info ›

The wonderful area of Vezelay and the region parc of the Morvan is renowned for it's wildlife, forests and rugged country farmers. Fly over the spectacular medieval hilltop town of Vezelay and the villages of the Parc du Morvan Nature Reserve. Balloon rides are scheduled every morning and evening when the wind is calm.

The total excursion time is three hours with a flight time of approximately one hour. This includes the balloon preparation and inflation, the flight, the traditional "toast des Aéronautes" at the landing and the return by vehicle to the starting point.

During the hot air balloon flight you can admire the stunning scenery of Burgundy from above including well-known vineyards and pretty villages.

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Skip the Line Ticket Guedelon,Newly Medieval Castle Construction Project

Skip the Line Ticket Guedelon,Newly Medieval Castle Construction Project  - Auxerre, France

Duration: 3 to 8 hrs
Location: Auxerre, France

From USD
$16.51

Welcome to Guédelon in northern Burgundy, two hours south of Paris, where a team of master builders is building a 13th-century castle from scratch using only the techniques and materials used in the Middle Ages. 

Quarrymen, stonemasons, woodcutters, carpenter-joiners, blacksmiths, tile makers, carters, basket makers and rope makers are working together to revive heritage craft skills and to shed light on the world of medieval construction.
Meet the basket makers who weave strong wicker baskets for transporting materials; discover the art of preparing pigments for the castle’s mural paintings and the medieval method for minting coins ... More info ›

Welcome to Guédelon in northern Burgundy, two hours south of Paris, where a team of master builders is building a 13th-century castle from scratch using only the techniques and materials used in the Middle Ages. 

Quarrymen, stonemasons, woodcutters, carpenter-joiners, blacksmiths, tile makers, carters, basket makers and rope makers are working together to revive heritage craft skills and to shed light on the world of medieval construction.
Meet the basket makers who weave strong wicker baskets for transporting materials; discover the art of preparing pigments for the castle’s mural paintings and the medieval method for minting coins.
At Guédelon, you can see more than eleven different crafts at work, spread across ten hectares; over a dozen rooms have already been built, or are being built, in which you can admire the fruit of the team’s labour. You can also visit a working flour mill, an exhibition on water mills and hydraulic power in the Middle Ages

unguided tour of Guédelon: English guide-book in hand, visit the medieval construction site at your own pace! 
The castle and the construction crafts
Step back in time and experience a castle as it would have been in the Middle Ages: admire the roof timbers in the Great Hall; try the stone window seats for size; look out onto the giant treadwheel crane hoisting loads onto the castle walls; climb the newly completed spiral staircase to the vaulted chapel; walk along the stone battlements.
Visit the quarrymen, stonemasons, blacksmiths, rope makers, carters and monnayers. Learn about the challenges they face working with medieval technology.
The woodland crafts village
In the forest the woodsmen and carpenter-joiners swing mighty axes to square up massive oak beams; watch wool being dyed in copper vats and ochre being crushed into powdered pigments. At the tile makers, clay is dug from the forest floor before being fired in the medieval wood-fired kiln.
Learn about basketry and tile making, wander through the medieval vegetable garden. The woodland village is also home to sheep, geese, pigs…as well as the working horses.
The miller and the hydraulic water mill
Experience the sights and sounds of a working medieval watermill. Take a woodland path to Guédelon’s working replica of a 12th-century flour mill. The miller will explain how flour was made, and what it was used for, in the Middle Ages.
The mill is approx. 500m from the construction site and is open at different times throughout the season. The mill may close exceptionally in extreme weather conditions.
Allow a minimum of 4h to visit. booking is recommended.

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