With the Discovery Pass, you get free access to all the activities proposed by participating partners. Each activity can be done once. Your Pass must be activated within one year of its date of purchase.

This Pass is available with different options:
  • 3-day and 7-day passes for use on consecutive or non-consecutive days within a period of 15 days after the first use.
  • An annual pass for free access to all the proposed activities for one year from the date of its first use.

3-day Pass

  • Adult: €30
  • Child (6 to 16 years): €5

7-day Pass

  • Adult: €45
  • Child (6 to 16 years): €22

Annual Pass

  • Adult: €80
  • Child (6 to 16 years): €40


On sale at most tourist offices and certain partner sites (see table). Also available online via the special Discovery Pass website.

Look out for the sticker displayed at Discovery Pass sales outlets and participating activity providers. Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Tourisme has also published a brochure with full details of this new Pass.



The Discovery Pass must be activated before use:

GO TO THE Pass sales website

• CLICK ON MY ACCOUNT at the top right-hand corner of the screen, ENTER THE 8-DIGIT NUMBER INDICATED ON YOUR PASS and follow the instructions to add your personal details.

• DOWNLOAD THE BFC DISCOVERY PASS APP available on Android and iPhone platforms, or via this page:

This application will be your guide. It will suggest attractions and museum, castle and château tours.

On your smartphone, you can link your Discovery Pass with the mobile app and use it by showing the QRcode and pass number at the reception desk of participating sites.


Holders of the Discovery Pass can choose from a vast range of about 90 activities:

- Town discovery tours featuring local gems of art and history (museums, Belfort citadel and lion, museums of Besançon, Cosne-Cours-sur-Loire, Mâcon, Sens, etc.;
- Archaeological immersion into ancient times (Azé, Bibracte, Clairvaux-les-Lacs, Solutré);
- Bicycle rentals at Auxonne, Cosne-Cours-sur-Loire, Montbéliard, Paray-le-Monial (plus Surrey-bike rides), and canoe rentals in Auxonne;
- Rural traditions and atmosphere of the living areas and work spaces of yesteryear (Alligny-en-Morvan, Champlitte, Château-Lambert, Nancray, Saint-Brisson);
- Castle and château guided tours (Châteauneuf-en-Auxois, Epiry in Saint-Emiland, Ray-sur-Saône, Sully) or guided tour of an abbey (Cîteuax);
- Tours with tastings of local products in Beynes (89), Nuits-Saint-Georges (21), Le Vernois (39);
- Theme tours in Dijon, Dole, Lons-le-Saunier, Mâcon, etc.;
- Industrial heritage tours (tile factory, mines and steel industry, spectacle manufacturing, clockmaking, etc.
- It includes a number of UNESCO sites where there is an entry fee, such as the Vauban Citadel of Besançon, Fontenay Abbey, the chapel of Notre-Dame du Haut in Ronchamp, etc. It also gives you access to special deals, for example, for the château and gardens of Ancy-le-Franc and the Hameau Duboeuf in Romanèche-Thorins.

En résumé