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Migennes is a small, yet very charming commune in the Yonne department in Burgundy in north central France. Migennes is part of Auxerre and together are an important commercial and industrial center, with industries including food production, woodworking and batteries. Migennes and Auxerre is also wold-famous for the wine produced in the neighborhood, including the renowned Chablis. Most of the attractions are to be found near Migennes, in the town of Auxerre, as well as the main restaurants, where you can enjoy the local specialties. You can take a tour of the museums, the churches, or relax in one of the many parks, or wine and dine in one of the fanciest restaurants. Either way, you, your family and friends will surely enjoy your stay in Migennes and take in the history, culture and civilization of the area.

Top Attractions Within Migennes

Cathedral of St. Etienne is one of the most famous cathedral near Migennes, located in Auxerre. The cathedral is built in Gothic style and it is renowned for its three doorways with remarkable bas-reliefs. The stained glass windows in the choir and the apsidal chapel are among the finest in France. The 11th century crypt houses the remains of the former Romanesque cathedral.

Abbey of Saint Germain is located near Migennes, in Auxerre and it exists from the ninth century. The crypt has some of the most ancient mural paintings in France, and houses the tomb of the bishops of Auxerre. Also interesting are the chapter room, the cellar and the cloister.

Domaine Brocard is a wonderful place in Auxerre, in the vicinity of Migennes. The venue is actually a wine domain where you and your friends can go and have a wonderful time tasting vintages of exception. With the help of the staff, you can progress in the knowledge of the wine or simply benefit fully from the pleasure of tasting. Aside from a great glass of wine, you can also dine there and enjoy the refined French cuisine.