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Sens
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Sens The Essential
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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
30 minutes
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
30 minutes
Grande Rue, Sens
Grande Rue, Sens
Market stalls are daily set up on the
15 minutes
Marché couvert
Marché couvert
Located just across the town cathedral,
15 minutes
St Maurice Church, Sens
St Maurice Church, Sens
This church was built on the island of
15 minutes