Dijon is in the Côte-d'Or department of the Burgundy region of France. Wine country. Dijon is about 300 kms west of Paris. The high-speed TGV train connects Paris to Dijon Ville train station in an hour and 40 minutes.
Dijon has one of the most enticing medieval centers of France. The central market was designed by Gustave Eiffel and is surrounded by good restaurants.
Dijon offers cold and dry winters. Summers are wetter, but rainfall isn't predominant any time during the year.
Fall is the best time to go to Dijon, if only for the wine harvest events that take place there. Summer heat dissipates quickly by October.
Summer weather in Dijon can be hot and muggy. As you can see from the charts, August can be a tad cooler than July.
It will likely rain during an April-May visit to Dijon, but spring is a great time to visit Burgundy. Winter is a bit dull, but it seldom snows.
The charts below show the historic high and low temperatures and average monthly rainfall for Dijon.
Hotel Le Jacquemart (value)