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RESVERATROL REGIONAL MEETING 2015 dijon - bourgogne - france



Dijon, city of Art and History


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What's On in Burgundy ?





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Famed for its good food and wine, the town of Dijon will host the International Gastronomy Fair for the 85th year. Over 200,000 visitors are expected, with 580 exhibitors, making this one of the top ranking food fairs in France.

The fair offers a wide choice for the professional and amateur cook alike. New products in the field of food and wine as well as new trends in home and leisure will be on show. Each year, a foreign country is invited to add a touch of the exotic to the scene.

As Dijon prepares to become Cité International de la Gastronomie, the chefs gather at Le Quartier des Saveurs - there will be cookery demonstrations, competitions amongst the chefs and conferences on wine. For any foodie, it will be a delight for the senses, and the tum.

The Foire Internationale et Gastronomique de Dijon is open from 10.00 - 20.00 with late opening on some selected nights. Entry is 6.00 euros.

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Banks and credit cards

Bank opening hours
Banks are generally open every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and from Monday to Friday. Some branches are open on Saturdays.
Certain branches are closed at lunch time between 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.

Credit cards
Most international credit cards as American Express, Mastercard and VISA are accepted both for payment and cash withdrawal.

ATMS (automatic cash machines) are accessible 24h a day at banks, airports and train stations and give instructions in different languages. A commission is often charged for withdrawals and depends on the agreements with your own bank.


Currency and exchange

The French currency is euro.
Banks and exchange bureaux are available in many strategic and touristic points of the city. Rates are fixed according to the market fluctuation and a commission is usually charged on exchange transactions.


Climate and clothing

Dijon has a temperate climate with mild winters and relatively clement summers.
Weather in Dijon in November is usually rainy with temperatures ranging from 5° to 10°. It is recommended to bring a raincoat or an umbrella.



13sofcot prise courantIn France the norm is 220 volts, with a frequency of 50 Hz. French plugs are equipped with two round pins. As voltage and sockets may vary from country to country, make sure you bring a transformer. These are also available in hypermarkets and in major hotels.


Emergency services

In case of emergency please dial :

17 for Police
15 for Ambulance
18 for Fire Department
The European emergency number for all emergencies is 112.


Liability and insurance

The organizers cannot be responsible for medical, travel or personal claims. Participants are strongly advised to take out an insurance policy covering three areas : health and accident, loss of luggage and cancellation (travel and registration).



Smoking in public places, including hotels and restaurants is prohibited by law. However, some hotels still have smoking floors and some restaurants or cafés offer smoking terraces.

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7th ICPH 2015

7th icph

27-30 october 2015 Tours - France 

Université de Bourgogne