With its prestigious vineyards and globally renowned wines, Bordeaux has so much to offer its visitors! A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this city in southwest France has lots to be proud of: its architecture, its heritage, its gourmet cuisine, plus an enviable location within a stone’s throw of the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean.

  Bordeaux: rendez-vous in town


Don't miss


  • Have brunch at the Musée d'Art Contemporain
  • Admire the Génie de la Liberté bronze statue on the Esplanade des Quinconces
  • Go jogging in the Parc Bordelais
  • Enjoy the view from the banks of the Garonne and the Plan d’eau
  • Stroll through the Jardin Public
  • Do some shopping in Rue Sainte-Catherine and the Triangle Bordelais district
  • Climb to the top of the Tour Pey-Berland
  • Enjoy a drink in the wine bars of Vieux Bordeaux
  • Treat yourself to an incredible night out at the opera
  • Watch the sunset over the Miroir d'eau
  • Stroll through the former Chartrons merchant district, now home to antique and second-hand shops and artists, and the Saint-Michel quarter with its second-hand dealers and flea market
  • Explore the vineyards of the Bordeaux region, in particular Saint-Emilion, a UNESCO World Heritage Site