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Gateway to Burgundy, this pleasant town on the banks of the Yonne is home to two architectural gems: St Étienne Cathedral and the Palais Synodal, which are a testament to its former days of glory. Its old centre has preserved the charm of half-timbered houses and town houses, and the ring of boulevards that replace its former ramparts are a great place for a walk.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Sens
St Étienne Cathedral, Sens
St Étienne Cathedral, Sens
This is the first of France's big
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Sens Museum, Treasure and Palais Synodal
Sens Museum, Treasure and Palais Synodal
This group of museums is set in the old
Quartier de l'église St-Pierre-le-Rond
Quartier de l'église St-Pierre-le-Rond
Rising on either side of the tower (1728
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Grande Rue, Sens
Grande Rue, Sens
Market stalls are daily set up on the
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Marché couvert
Marché couvert
Located just across the town cathedral,
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St Maurice Church, Sens
St Maurice Church, Sens
This church was built on the island of
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