Bordeaux

Bordeaux Attractions

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Cimetiere de la Chartreuse

The Cimetiere de la Chartreuse, in the center of Bordeaux, often invites comparisons with Paris' Pere Lachaise cemetery. They both offer a tranquil (if ...  Read more

Medoc

Everywhere you turn in Bordeaux, exceptional wines are the principal attraction, and one of the most famous areas for wine is the northern region of Medoc. ...  Read more

Quinconces Square (Esplanade des Quinconces)

The Quinconces Square (known locally as the Esplanade de Quinconces) certainly impresses with its size - at 12 hectares (30 acres) it's one of Europe's ...  Read more

Arcachon

Arcachon, a popular seaside resort and bay in the Gironde department in southwest France, is fairly new, having only officially been declared the City of ...  Read more

Basilique St-Michel (Basilica of St Michael)

The Basilique Saint-Michel is a Gothic gem built between the 14th and 16th centuries. Its charms include an altarpiece depicting the triumph of Michael, its ...  Read more

Bay of Arcachon

Planning a wine tasting trip to Bordeaux? Sounds like fun! But after, say, a full week of visiting vineyards and sipping wines, it's going to start to blur ...  Read more

Bordeaux Cruise Port

The name Bordeaux most commonly passes our lips when we are talking about French wine, but the city of Bordeaux has more to offer than just its famous ...  Read more

Bordeaux Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux-Arts)

The Musée des Beaux Arts (or Museum of Fine Arts) is in itself quite beautiful, being housed in the 18th century Hôtel de Ville and set in a park. It ...  Read more

Grand Theatre

The Grand Théâtre may look like a solid marble temple, with its sweeping Neo-Classical lines and collection of goddesses, but it's actually built on ...  Read more

Graves

Often considered to be the very birthplace of Bordeaux wine (with some vines being over 2,000 years old), Graves also happens to be the largest wine-growing ...  Read more

Musee d'Aquitaine

The Musée d'Aquitaine has been open since the late 18th century and its collection spans from pre-history to the present day. A section of the Lescaux ...  Read more

Palais Gallien

Way back in 56BC, Bordeaux was under Roman rule and was called Burdigala. Practically nothing remains of this period in the city's history - except the ruins ...  Read more

Place de la Bourse (Place Royale)

The Place de la Bourse (or Place Royale) faces onto the river Garonne. It was laid out in the 1700s by Louis XV's architect, Gabriel, to act as a dramatic ...  Read more

Poitou-Charentes

Located between the popular Loire Valley and the vineyards of Bordeaux, the region of Poitou-Charentes is often overlooked by travelers in France. But its ...  Read more

Pomerol

Pomerol is an undersized, wine-oriented village located about 45 minutes east of Bordeaux. But its relatively small size–just 2,000 acres–definitely isn’t an ...  Read more

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