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Bordeaux, a well-known port city nicknamed “the port of the moon” during the Middle Ages, can be found in the Southwest of France, off the Garonne River. The Garonne River has served as the heart of this thriving city for centuries, and several activities can be found alongside its 357 miles of riverbank. Bordeaux has also been listed by UNESCO as an inhabited historic city for its monuments and architecture, such as the "Pearl of Aquitaine" and the Metropolis. Food halls, markets, 18th- and 19th-century mansions, art museums, public gardens also top lists in cultural and historic sites to see. This popular region is also known for its wine and is commonly referred to as the world capital of wine. Bordeaux is a unique, historic, wonderous, and tasty European destination, with several memorable activities for each traveler.

Region: France

Featured Bordeaux Hotel

InterContinental Bordeaux - Le Grand Hotel

InterContinental Bordeaux - Le Grand Hotel

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Grand Theatre

Enjoy wine tasting and fine dining at this luxury hotel in Bordeaux’s city center, located directly across from the Grand Theatre Opera.

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What to Do

  • Gothic Cathédrale Saint-André: Located in Bordeaux’s city center, this cathedral dates to the 11th century, with its architecture showcasing a classic blend of Romanesque and Gothic styles. It stands as a shining example of French heritage and architecture. 
  • Place de la Bourse: An UNESCO World Heritage Site listed as "an outstanding urban and architectural ensemble." Also known as "Stock Exchange Square," this iconic landmark was built in the 1700s and holds several government institutions today. 
  • Port Cailhau: It stands 115 feet tall, once served as the main gate to the city, and has a history that dates to 1494. Exhibits are located throughout its grounds to help educate on its history, and the view of the city from the top is one of the most stunning.
  • Rue Sainte-Catherine: Stretching out approximately 3,937 feet, this is the longest pedestrian shopping street in Europe.