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Living in Dijon
- Rue de la Liberté, Dijon ©Martin Argyroglo
Discover the city
The former capital of the Dukes of Burgundy, Dijon has a rich historical and artistic heritage with one of the largest protected areas in France, listed by UNESCO as an "asset of universal value".
It’s easy to find a place to stay in one of Dijon's many student residences or in a private flat.
You can travel around Dijon by bus and tram: plan your route (fr.).
Culture & Leisure
Dijon's cultural life is at once very rich and accessible (fr.). Students benefit from significant discounts for cultural events and free access to municipal museums.
Dijon also has a number of quality sports facilities (fr.): several swimming pools including an Olympic pool (fr.) with a diving area, many stadiums and gyms, a skating rink and a 37-hectare artificial lake with a water sports centre.