Discover the city, a jewel of 18th century architecture.
There are several ways to go about it:
On foot, by coach, by tram, on the tourist train or in an open-top sightseeing bus.
Or why not rent a bicycle.
Unless you prefer the slow, poetic way, on board a boat.
Stop off to taste some wines from Bordeaux, or some local cannelés or chocolate.
Have lunch at an outdoor terrace, or by the river, or in one of the lively little streets of Vieux Bordeaux, or in a typical local brasserie—there’s no end of places to choose from.
From there you can visit the Grand Théâtre of Bordeaux, a remarkable masterpiece of 18th century architecture.
Wander through one of the many museums: Contemporary Art, History, Fine Arts, Design, Photography
Choose between permanent and temporary exhibitions.
Complement your stay in Bordeaux with a cruise along the river to view the façades along the riverbanks.
Take a refreshing break as you stroll through one of the city’s many parks or gardens.
Naturally, for those who love shopping, all the major French fashion brands can be found alongside designers from Bordeaux.
There is something for every taste!
Would you like some souvenir gifts? Stop off at the Tourist Office’s boutique.
Enjoy an evening ride on an open-top sightseeing bus, and discover the city in its cloak of lights.
Or would you rather head to the Chaban Delmas Stadium to support the FC Girondins de Bordeaux?
Or enjoy a concert at the Rock School Barbey?
Where are you? In Bordeaux—you need look no further!