Discover all the beauty this city has to offer. A UNESCO World Heritage site since 2007, Bordeaux was voted the best European destination in 2015 with the influential travel guide Lonely Planet naming the city "the best city to travel to in 2017".
Take a stroll around historic monuments such as the Grand Théâtre and treat yourself to a shopping spree in the city’s pedestrian streets.
Be sure to take a break to enjoy a glass of wine on one of the many sunny terraces.
Take a long bike ride on the quays surrounding the Garonne river, ending with a panoramic view of the city.
And of course, Bordeaux would not be what it is today without its wine-growing heritage! Set out to explore the world of wine by visiting the many vineyards in the region, from Saint-Emilion to the Médoc, discovering new flavours throughout various tastings. And to improve your knowledge, head to the new wine museum, "La Cité du Vin".
To end your stay here, there’s nothing quite like a trip to the Atlantic coast to enjoy the sea breeze. You are sure to be delighted as you admire the surfers’ performances and take in the view of large beaches stretching as far as the eye can see! Make a last stop at the Arcachon Bay to taste some delicious seafood in authentic fishing shacks.
Bordeaux is located near other beautiful cities like La Rochelle and Biarritz, only a 2-hour drive away.