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Guided tour of the Mâconnais - departure Mâcon

Guided tour of the Mâconnais - departure Mâcon - Mâcon, France

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Mâcon, France

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$83.76

This tour will take you to discover the Mâconnais vineyard. A guided experience to better understand this vine landscape and make it unique ... More info ›

This tour will take you to discover the Mâconnais vineyard. A guided experience to better understand this vine landscape and make it unique. From North to South, we will also meet winemakers who will make us discover their farm and their wines

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Stop At: La Roche de Solutre, Chemin de la Roche, 71960 Solutre-Pouilly France

Landscape interpretation

Duration: 15 minutes

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Guided tour of Beaujolais - Departure from Mâcon

Guided tour of Beaujolais - Departure from Mâcon - Mâcon, France

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Mâcon, France

From USD
$83.76

This tour will take you to discover the vineyards of Beaujolais. A guided experience to better understand this vine landscape and make it unique ... More info ›

This tour will take you to discover the vineyards of Beaujolais. A guided experience to better understand this vine landscape and make it unique. From North to South, we will also meet winemakers who will make us discover their farm and their wines

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Pass By: Mont Brouilly, 69220 Saint-Lager France

little glimpse of the local geology with a panorama of the mont brouilly and the hills of Beaujolais

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Mobile Wifi Everywhere in Macon

Mobile Wifi Everywhere in Macon - Macon, France

Duration: 15 days
Location: Macon, France

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$40.20

You will get the best solution to get the internet throughout your trip in France, with the rental of a personal WiFi hotspot, also called "Pocket WiFi" or "MiFi"! You book it before your trip and receive it at your hotel or rental flat everywhere in France. At the end of your rental, you simply return it with the prepaid envelope included.

The easiest and cheapest way to get on the internet here in Macon ... More info ›

You will get the best solution to get the internet throughout your trip in France, with the rental of a personal WiFi hotspot, also called "Pocket WiFi" or "MiFi"! You book it before your trip and receive it at your hotel or rental flat everywhere in France. At the end of your rental, you simply return it with the prepaid envelope included.

The easiest and cheapest way to get on the internet here in Macon. Avoid the frustration of hotel WiFi that is slow and often doesn't work, forget about loosing your contacts and the limits of a French sim card: you own a personal and password protected unit, with unlimited and shareable data.

Rent your personal 4G mobile hotspot, and enjoy internet where and when you want in Macon, share your memories instantly with your friends and family. Save on incredibly high data roaming coasts. You are unlimited. Absolutely unlimited data and you can share the connection with 10 WiFi enabled devices, simultaneously. Feel free to share it with your friends or family.

The connection is ultra-fast if you are covered with 4G. If 4G is not available in your area, then you will be connected to the 3G+ or 3G network. You will receive your hotspot in a protective cover directly at your hotel or any place in Macon city centre.

Just turn on the personal hotspot, on your WiFi enabled device (Smartphone, tablet, laptop or other), choose the hotspot's network name and you're connected.

At the end of your rental, you just have to drop your package in any mailbox you can see! Ready to enjoy your stay in France!

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Skip the Line: Cluny Abbey Ticket in Burgundy

Skip the Line: Cluny Abbey Ticket in Burgundy - Macon, France

Duration: 1 hour
Location: Macon, France

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$10.61

The Abbey of Cluny was founded in 910 by William the Pious, Duke of Aquitaine. He dedicated the lands of Cluny to the apostles Peter and Paul, thus protecting the Abbey against the power of the Bishop and the local landowners ... More info ›

The Abbey of Cluny was founded in 910 by William the Pious, Duke of Aquitaine. He dedicated the lands of Cluny to the apostles Peter and Paul, thus protecting the Abbey against the power of the Bishop and the local landowners. He appointed Bernon as the first Abbot. The monks followed the Benedictine Order. It was sold as a national asset in 1798. Your ticket allows you direct access inside this sumptuous abbey.

Visit: Abbey of Cluny, Palais Gelase Place du 11 août 1944, 71250, Cluny France

Make your own way to the Cluny Abbey in Burgundy and use your pre-paid ticket to skip the line and enjoy priority access. Once inside, set out on a self-guided tour and spend as long as you like exploring the magnificent castle.

By the end of the 11th century, Cluny Abbey was one of the most important capitals in Christian Europe. It was at the head of a network of nearly 1,400 dependencies and around 10,000 monks all over Europe. In 1088, work began on the "Maior Ecclesia", the largest Romanesque church ever built, with vaulted arches 30 metres high. A century later, the narthex was constructed. The Abbey of Cluny, the 'Maior Ecclesia' or Cluny III, was therefore the largest church in Christendom for nearly 400 years.

Towards 1750, the monastic buildings were rebuilt and the Abbey was given a vast complex in a classical style. The monks hardly had time to occupy the new premises as the Revolution began shortly after the works were completed. The monks were then expelled and dispersed into the surrounding parishes and the buildings were seized as national assets and put up for sale.

Today, the parts that remain, such as the Southern arm of the large transept or the small Southern transept, offer an idea of the immensity of this building. A number of other elements survive: the enclosure wall and its towers, the monastic buildings from the 18th century, and the Farinier, a 13th century building which now houses the sculpted capitals from the choir of the "Maior Ecclesia". The on-site Museum of Art and Archaeology also displays a number of sculpted remains from the church and the monastic district.

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