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Bordeaux is France’s sixth largest city and one of the world’s largest urban World Heritage Site. Located in the southwest of France, the city of Bordeaux has been the region’s wine capital and offers thriving waterfront along the Garonne River. Called the Port of the Moon, Bordeaux is a romantic location with a rich cultural heritage Discover an interesting portfolio of art museum and a magnificent architectural patrimony on this charming city known for its great quality of life. With it prestigious vineyards and vibrant quayside culture, Bordeaux is a top destination for your holidays in France.

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Viticulture is an art and tradition in Bordeaux and it has even become a wine capital producing very fine wine that you need to taste. Explore traditional French kitchens and make the most of the Bordelais Art de Vivre. Hit Bordeaux’s premier food market “Marché des Capucins” and find fresh fruits and veg, cheese, meat and seafood.

Begin your city tour with the Tour Pey Berland from which you will get a great panoramic view on Bordeaux and its iconic monuments. Just next the belfry, you can go for a tour in the Museum of Fine Arts and if you are really interested in art you can extend your visit with many more museums located in the city such as Le Passage Saint Michel where you can find anything from Renaissance pieces to mid-20th-century treasures. The Aquitaine Museum is also one to see in Bordeaux because it features historical collection from within the region.

For a discovery of Bordeaux history, stroll through the historic part of the city and discover the Basilica St Seurin and its neighboring Archaeological site. Keep going with Saint André Cathedral and its carved portals. Then, you can walk up to Camille Jullian Square, Place du Palais and Place de la Bourse. The latter will seduce thanks to its stunning Fountain of the Three Graces surrounded by the old Stock Exchange and the Customs Museum. Opposite the Place de la Bourse, don’t miss out the Water Mirror.  

Rue Sainte Catherine is a pedestrian shopping connecting the Grand Theaters to Victory Place. Pass by this massive street and you’ll find yourself in the Capital of Aquitaine’s Golden Triangle.

Garden lovers will go for sure on the banks of the Garonne. On the right bank you’ll find the Bastide district with walkways and flower beds. The Esplanade des Quinconces is a must see as well when walking along the river. Considered to be the largest square in Europe, this place offers peaceful waterfront views just a few block away from the Grand Theatre. Once you have crossed the streets, you’ll find yourself on a path reserved for pedestrians and cyclists. Take a look at the modern bridge, Jacques Chaban Delmas and at the Pont de Pierre, most iconic sight of the city.

Continue north down to Pavé des Chartons where stand luxuriant townhouses built for wealthy wine merchants in the 18th c. The Wine and Trade Museum and the City of Wine will further develop your knowledge on the world of wine and the historic wine trade in Bordeaux. 

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Bordeaux Top Attractions

  • Place de la Bourse
  • The City of Wine
  • Esplanade des Quinconces
  • Bordeaux Cathedral
  • Grand Theatre
  • Sainte Catherine Street
  • Chaban Delmas Bridge
  • Aquitaine Museum
  • Tour Pey Berland
  • Pont de Pierre

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