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All the sites you can visit with the Discovery Pass

Full of ideas for visits to do in Burgundy-Franche-Comté with family or friends

With your BFC Discovery Pass, enter these regional parks, museums, monasteries and castles for free. You have 3 days, 7 days (over 14 days) or 1 year to make your outings and visits, depending on the Pass you have chosen. An ideal formula to enjoy your family weekend (activities with children, animal parks ...) or to visit the region and its essentials with your loved ones for holidays in Bourgogn-Franche-Comté! A real good plan! Think of the Discovery Pass for the 2020 school holidays in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté!

New: the dematerialized Discovery Pass!

The Discovery Pass also exists in 100% dematerialized form! You can order it on the online store by specifying that you choose your mobile phone as support and you will receive it by return in the form of a PDF with the QR Code that you can present to enter all the sites of the Pass Discovery BFC network 

Abbaye de Cîteaux

SAINT-NICOLAS-LES-CITEAUX

In 1098, a group of monks from Molesme Abbey arrived to an out way location – the Cîteaux forest – in order to lead a simple life, in line with the teaching of Gospel. Today, the Cîteaux Abbey is a community belonging to the Order of cistercians of Strict Observance. It has about 30 brothers committed to following a certain lifestyle : the art of seeking God, knowing one self, fraternity through prayer, work, reading, living together and leading ascetic life. A spiritual and cultural voyage through the 900 years of Cîteaux’s history will enable you to get acquainted with Cistercian art, Medieval limming, a XVe century library and a XVIIe century noviciate. All visits are guided and limited to 25 people (1H15), it’s recommended to reserve. Film : “Cîteaux, a tree of life” (22min.)

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Abbaye de Fontenay

MARMAGNE

The Abbey of Fontenay was founded by Saint Bernard in 1118. It is one of the oldest Cistercian abbeys in Europe. The Romanesque architecture offers a remarkable unity to all buildings remained intact since the Middle Ages. The Abbey was transformed into a paper mill after the French Revolution by the family Montgolfier and was bought back in 1906 by Edouard Aynard, the ancestor of the present owners who continue on safeguarding this masterpiece of Romanesque art. The old Abbey of Fontenay (12th century) was one of the first monuments to be inscribed on the Unesco world heritage list. This classification has distinguished the exceptional value of Fontenay and its environment.

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Bateau et Petit Train

DOLE

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€5.00 (child €5.00) Free with the Pass!

Bateaux du Saut du Doubs

MONTBELIARD

Welcome to the town of Montbeliard

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€2.00 (child €0.00) Free with the Pass!