Getting Here in Sens

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Getting Here

It makes sense for Sens to be your first stop in Burgundy, because it's only 90 minutes by car from Paris on the N6, a fast road that hugs the pretty Yonne Valley south of Fontainebleau. Training in and out of Sens is a breeze as it's on a major route with 28 direct TER trains (€18.40) leaving the Paris Gare de Bercy train station weekdays and 23 on weekends. TER trains from Paris Gare de Bercy can take you to Auxerre (€26.40), Dijon (€42), Beaune (€45.40), and many points between. Avallon (€32.30) can be reached directly three times a day, leaving Paris at 8:38 am, 12:38 pm, and 4:31 pm. The regional TransYonne bus network, in conjunction with Les Rapides de Bourgogne (03–86–64–83–91 www.rapidesdebourgogne.com), runs a noon link from the SNCF station in Sens to Auxerre on Wednesday and on demand on Saturday (0800–303–309 for information and mandatory reservation with TransYonne).

Visitor Information

Sens Tourist Office (Pl. Jean-Jaurès, Sens, 89100. 03–86–65–19–49. www.tourisme-sens.com.)

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