Bordeaux is an amazing city that cannot be missed!
Five Reasons You Should Go to Bordeaux :
- The waterfront including the biggest "Mirroir d’Eau" in the world opposite the majestic "Place de la Bourse"
- The Architecture largely dating back to the 18th century : Bordeaux is more than wine, it is a treasure trove of classic architecture. Bordeaux is known all over the world for its fine wines but also for its XVIIIth Century architecture which has been on the Unesco world heritage protection list since 2007. The Bordeaux city center has a grandiose 18th century harmony unmatched in Europe.
- The Bordeaux City Center : its large pedestrian areas, shopping areas and Bordeaux museums
- The Wine of course but you already know that... Yet the city itself has quite a few places to taste and enjoy wine.
- The Food : It’s not only France, but it’s the Southwest of France. Let me help you to select the tables that cannot be missed in Bordeaux
What's to do in 1,2 days in Bordeaux? What's to see? Places should not to be missed? Restaurants that should not be missed? Book your guide to help you in your selection of the very best of Bordeaux!
What to do in Bordeaux in a couple of hours? Where to go? What cannot be missed in Bordeaux now listed by UNESCO? Victor Hugo, author of Les Miserables,had said: "Take Versailles, add Antwerp, and you have Bordeaux" Let yourself be guided in the streets and the must see in Bordeaux : the place de la Bourse and the water mirror, the sumptuous quay waterfront, the 18th century theater and the Girondins monument and its fountain, the oldest bridge of Bordeaux dating back to 1820's...
Visit Bordeaux Museums
If you have a couple of extra hours to spend in Bordeaux, why not walk to one of our museums? The city has 11 museums; all have rich excellent permanent collections devoted to the fine arts, contemporary art, decorative art, but also history, archaeology, and regional history.
Visit Bordeaux Gourmet
Don't miss the "Bordeaux Canelés", the local rum-flavored cake and its caramelised crust... Do you prefer chocolate? Let's walk to a traditional artisan chocolate shop! And what about wine? Do it as locals do and chose a glass selected "à l'aveugle" (blindly) paired with platters of charcuterie and cheese...