Bordeaux – A city spiced by cultural charm
Bordeaux, a city located on the south-west coast of France and by the lower reaches of the Garonne river, charms its visitors with history and attractions, including mesmerising squares, green parks and the architectural gems from the neoclassical period. Almost half of the city’s sights belong to the Unesco world heritage list.
When in Bordeaux, different food and wine experiences are natural part of the holiday. Known for its gastronomy, there is a wide array of restaurants in this tasty city. Besides French cuisine, it is easy to find for example Arabic and African delicacies from Bordeaux. Wine farms surround Bordeaux and you’ll find a good range of trips tailored to all interests for visiting these unique sites. In addition, you can dive into the interesting history of wine in the futuristic Wine Museum of Bordeaux.
The most popular pedestrian street and shopping destination in Bordeaux is the Rue Sainte-Catherine. An impressing opera house, Grand Théâtre, is also situated nearby. One of the attractions of the city is the Place de la Bourse square with its spatial artwork. And, moreover, the beautiful riverside invites for some unhurried sauntering.