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We drove through both the town on the hill and the modern town a few minutes away from the MuseoParc of Alesia. Seems that the tourist flow through the archaeological sites and museum hasn't resulted in any spill-over into the town. The restaurants were satisfactory...More
Interesting Roman ruins to walk around and then a visit to the impressive Vercingetorix statue. Stunning view from the top of the ruins. The story and history of the ruins are quite interesting but there is actually not that much to see of the remaining...More
We only had a short amount of time for a visit and could have spent half a day here. We drove to the ruins and with the little time we had available, decided not to pay the entry fee. A few were available without paying....More
ASR is the home of the Museoparc Alise, where you can visit several historic sites, such as the battlefield of Julius Caesar versus the Gauls in 52BC, the statue of Vercingetorix, the Fontenay Abbey, gallo-roman ruins, and more. Definitely a place for those who love...More
A museum dedicated to the Roman conquest of the Gauls which was a fantastic day out
Allied to a visit to the Vercingetorix Statue on Mont Alise touted as the most beautiful view in Burgundy but I think someone forgot to tell the trees