Tournus is our first stop in France, this is a historic town, we come here mainly for food. According to reports, the French cuisine in Tournus is very authentic. There are many Michelin restaurants in a small town. Every weekend, many Parisians drive here to taste their food.
I chose a seat at a Michelin restaurant at the entrance of the town, with a Chinese menu. We ordered grilled lamb chops, roast duck, French snails with rice, and ordered a glass of beer. They cost about 50 euros. It tasted delicious, and it was the first time to taste a real French meal.
Tournus, a small French town with a long history, quiet, old and beautiful from the heart. I know this place is a medieval town because I watched the Korean drama "Ghosts". It turns out that when a door is opened, it can be like this-Uncle Ghost’s other world and I like the tone here.
This town has a long history. It is said that in the 9th century, the Normans invaded and the escaped monks began to live in Tournus. It is said that what they brought secretly was the sacred relic of St. Philibert. The most worth seeing thing in this town is the church of the relics of St. Philibert, also known as the Monastery of Saint Philiber. There is also a one-Michelin star restaurant in the town, so I suggest you try it.
Such a small town is really a must for European travel, otherwise it is impossible to appreciate the kind of sloppy life we yearn for. Tourny is small, but there are two Michelin three-star restaurants. There is also a small garden of the lord with a long history. And Tourney is so cute and simple in the mini, and full of talent in simplicity.
If you want to see what the old French country looks like, this is really a good choice. Centered on the towering Monastery of St. Felipe, I don’t know if there are enough houses in the whole village. All the buildings are intact masonry structures, many are covered with green vines, and many windows and doors are painted in color Yes, it looks very fresh in the sun. The whole village has a long history, from the stone roads to the buildings, the style is consistent, and there is a rough and heavy sense of history.