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MUSEOPARC ALESIA, A GALLO-ROMAN DAY in BURGUNDY

À partir de 85,00€  / personne



Durée : A half-day
Tarifs :
From 85 € per person (Group of 4 to 8 people)
Privat tour for 2 people : 390 € + 50 € for each additional person (maximum 8 people)

In the heart of the Côte d’Or, surrounded by a stunning, lush green environment.
Allow your self to be swept back in time to live the battle of Alesia.
There are an array of activities open to you so that everyone can become time travellers !



One full day with transport and tour guide
Departure from Dijon
Group of 4 people minimum (maximum of 8 people)
For your comfort, you will travel in a luxury vehicle (LEXUS full hybrid), SUV or Minibus depending on the number of passagers.

DEPARTURE POINT and HOURS :

Group :
Departure from Dijon : Parking sales office Tram Divia 16 place Darcy.
(300 meters away from TGV train station)

Private tour :
Departure and return from your hotel / guest house..
(or Dijon train station).

Departure from Dijon at 9.00am - Return approximately at 7.00pm

Included in the price :
- Transport
- Visit of the Gallo-Roman town
- Entrance ticket to the MuséoParc of Alésia

Price doesn't include :
- Lunch in the Park
- Personal expenses
- Activities or other services not statedin the program


Relic of the Gallo-Roman town past

Visit of the fifth century relics, first excavated by Napoleon III

MuséoParc of Alesia
Free time breakfast in the Park
Various options for everyone : menu for small Gallic and large Romans

Training combat show and learn about warriors' uniforms. (depending on the season)

 Free access of the Interpretation Center
 Historical reproduction totally dedicated to the description of the gigantic battle of  Alesia (audio guides in 4 languages)
 A playful and interactive version has been designed specially for the young visitors from 8 years old. Many workshops and activities are waiting      for them.

Statue of Vercingétorix
The famous statue of Vercingetorix is a symbol of Alesia.
 Erected in 1865 and being 6.60m tall, it overlooks the place where Gauls and  Romans fought for the last time.

Return approximately at 7:00pm

 


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