Blaisy-Bas is a great place to stay in Cote d'Or as some of the city’s main attractions are within easy driving distance. The Arquebuse Gardens and the Suzon Japanese Garden Park are two of the popular sights here, adored by locals and visitors alike. Also, well worth the effort are Darcy Square and Dijon Cathedral.
Blaisy-Bas offers some interesting cultural attractions within easy reach that make great places to visit. Spend a quiet afternoon admiring the exhibits at the Alesia Museum Park in Venarey-les-Laumes, Magnin Museum in Dijon and the La Vie Bourguignonne Museum. There are a number of excellent art galleries to visit including the Museum of Sacred Art in Dijon.
While you are in and around Blaisy-Bas, treat yourself with a visit to Liberation Square in Dijon, the Chateau du Clos de Vougeot in Vougeot and the Chateau de Bussy-Rabutin in Bussy-le-Grand. Whatever your religious background, you’ll be moved by the serene atmosphere at sacred places like the Church of Notre Dame in Dijon. To learn more about the local historic attractions, visit the Palace of the Dukes in Dijon.
There's absolutely no excuse to neglect your game. Visit the Golf Club Jacques Laffite Dijon Bourgogne in Dijon to enjoy the fastest greens, trickiest bunkers and friendliest clubhouse.
If you are holidaying without kids in tow, pay a visit to the Domaine de la Romanee-Conti in Vosne-Romanee and Chapelle-Chambertin in Gevrey-Chambertin.
Come see local favorites, the Dijon Football Côte d'Or, take to the field in the nearby Gaston Gerard Stadium, Dijon. On weekends the area around the stadium becomes a sea of red and white, as soccer fans come together to get behind their beloved team.
At the end of a day exploring the delights of Blaisy-Bas, get a good nights sleep in one of the area’s popular hotels or serviced apartments. For a good night’s sleep check out the amenities at the Novotel Dijon Sud, Marsannay-la-Cote, the Mercure Dijon Centre Clemenceau, and the popular Hotel le Jura, Dijon.