Photo Tours to Burgundy, France

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Burgundy, France, Photography Tour

Chateaus, ancient towns and villages, an abbey and old town Dijon


  June 27th to July 2nd, 2021

  5 nights/6 inclusive days  |  Maximum of 5 participants, and a minimum of 3 participants

  $2,525 USD per person  |  Single Supplement: 14% of the base cost of the trip

  The deposit for this photography tour is $300. Make a deposit, or your full trip balance here

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  Gateway and departure airport: Dijon, France [DIJ]
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This photo tour will run with one or more participants. Please note that our group limit is not a requirement!  5 places are available at this time
  Updated: Monday the 26th of October, 2020

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This photo tour will run with one or more participants. Please note that our group limit is not a requirement!  This trip requires the minimum number of participants as indicated on line two above


River Armançon, Semur-en-Auxois, Burgundy, France


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Photography Tour Overview:
Burgundy is not just about wine production, it's also about ancient villages merging with today's inhabitants to make Burgundy, the 'Bourgogne' in French, what it is in this, the 21st century. Burgundy's Côte-d'Or region is the focus of our photography tour and will include chateaus, ancient towns and villages, an abbey and old town Dijon. Each has it's own 'signature' such as narrow streets laden with colored doors, windows boxes overflowing with flowers, and much more. Please join us in Burgundy, France!


Our itinerary . . .
But first things first! We suggest that you set your camera's clock to the local time, as your images will then synchronize with the times in our included photo tour field notes.

Days 1, 2, 3 + 4  |  Burgundy
We'll gather at 12 noon, and during the included lunch John will present a digital orientation of the photography highlights expected in the coming days. We'll then head eastwards and begin our exploration of Burgundy in the back lanes of the Commarin district, plus a chateau [castle]. You'll photograph the grandly situated Chateauneuf [new castle], a quaint walled town and chateau with much to offer in the way of photography, not unlike most other villages in Burgundy. We'll then shoot canal scenes and more prior to heading on to Semur for our four night stay.
On days 2, 3 and 4 we'll shoot early and late, and continue to photograph the best of Burgundy's Côte-d'Or region. Included will be Flavigny - think of the movie Chocolat - famed for its licorice production and not chocolate! Noyers is a wonderful old town to photograph, as are a series of ancient villages including our home town of Semur. The chateau at Posanges and Fontenay Abbey are also included. In addition to all of the above, while we are exploring villages on foot there will be plenty of colored doors, windows, flowers, insects, and still life on the run subject matter to photograph. Then finally, it's also about the rural life we see and photograph between the villages such as hillside vineyards being tended by families, the distant views of red-roofed villages, hedgerows and country lanes lined with wildflowers, plus Charolais cows peering inquisitively over fences.
Near Semur-en-Auxois, 4 nights

Day 5  |  Burgundy and Dijon
More early light photography, then breakfast. We never head straight to the airport on our last full day, and will continue exploring Burgundy back lanes and villages via a different route from whence we came on day one as we make our way to Dijon. After hotel check-in we'll explore Dijon's medieval old town to close the trip. The included dinner on the last night of our photography tour will feature an 'It's You!' presentation of clients in action by John.
Near Dijon airport, 1 night

Day 6  |  Departure day
As there isn't any photography scheduled for the day of departure, your flight home can be arranged for any time today. Free transport is available if continuing on to our Alsace photography tour.

Photo Tour Photographer/Leader: John Baker, Travel Images Photography Tours
The preceding itinerary is a copyrighted work by John Baker Photographer LLC, and Travel Images Photography Tours


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Exertion level: This photography tour is classified as 'non strenuous' to 'moderately strenuous'
A majority of images are found in close proximity to our vehicle
Each day we will visit various hill towns and explore them on foot. Consequently there are steps and inclines, but as you'll be exploring with your camera the pace will be slow, and the distances relatively short.
In every other respect this photography tour is considered non-strenuous to mildly strenuous


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Photography Tour Cost, the Fine Details and Enrollment

Trip Cost: $2,525 USD per person not including airfare. A 5% discount is applied to all double occupancies. A single room supplement is required for single occupancy

Single Supplement: 14% of the base cost of the trip


The deposit for this photography tour is $300. Make a deposit, or your full trip balance here


Included in the Trip Cost: The following items are included in the trip cost . . .

  • Photography instruction throughout the trip by John

  • All accommodations with private facilities [en-suite]

  • All breakfasts

  • Lunch on day one of the trip

  • Dinner on the last night of the trip

  • On-vehicle snacks and bottled water

  • All ground transportation

  • Airport pick-up on day 1, and drop-off on departure day. Arrival prior to day 1 is not included

  • Entrance fees for sites and activities listed below under ‘Admissions Included’

  • Following the trip, field notes describing the time, place and subject of each photo stop, and a disc containing images of clients 'in action' on the trip

Not Included in the Trip Cost: The costs for these items are the responsibility of each participant . . .

  • Airfare

  • Travel costs between your home and the gateway airport and return

  • Any transportation or travel costs incurred prior to or after the tour’s inclusive dates

  • Pre-tour and/or post-tour accommodation

  • Lunches and dinners except for lunch on day one of the trip, and dinner on the last night of the trip

  • Alcoholic beverages

  • Entrance fees or costs related to optional sites or activities not included in the itinerary

  • Baggage fees

  • Medical expenses

  • Personal items such as the hotel mini-bar, laundry etcetera

  • Incidental charges incurred at our accommodations such as movie rentals, internet and phone

  • Travel insurance

  • Passport or visa expenses

  • Airport departure taxes, if applicable

Admissions Included in the Trip Cost:

  • Fontenay Abbey

  • Any other admissions such Chateau Posanges, Chateau Commarin, and Chateau Neuf are optional and not included

  • You will of course have free reign to photograph the exterior of locations not included, and if time permits, to enter at your own expense.


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