Picturesque Street in Tournus, France
On the edge of the Côte Chalonnaise wine district in southern Burgundy, Tournus is a handsome town on the Saône River that was founded by the Gauls, turned into a major river port by Julius Caesar, and is now home to about 6,000 inhabitants.More on this destination: Burgundy
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