The Tourist Office du Grand Vézelay organise walking tours for groups, in the two most amazing villages of our region : Montréal and Noyers-sur-Serein.
We go just that little bit further for our visitors: in the summer, meet us at 10am on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Tourist Information Office of Montréal, or at 10am on Thursdays and Fridays at the Tourist Information Office of Noyers for a commented walking tour, however many of you turn up! (There is a small charge)
In Vézelay, you can hire an audio guide which will enable you to discover the village and its basilica at your own pace, and discover the history of this medieval city from its humble beginnings to current day. The lasts approximately 1 ½ hours (in French only). You can find the audio guide at the Tourist Information Office in Vézelay (visit adapted for visually impaired ) (for a small fee).
In Avallon, a cheeky amphibian will guide you! Thanks to a friendly frog engraved on brass arrows embedded in the ground, you can follow the guide around our medieval city! A little booklet outlining and explaining the visit is available at the Tourist Information Office for a small fee.