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Stroll along the quays, taste the best produced wine from the French wine capital, lose yourself in the antique dealers district of Les Chartrons, discover the 18th century architecture of the city which is classified as a  Unesco World Heritage Site, sample the local produce in the bustling markets, take the time to relax in one of the many parks, visit the prestigious vineyards (Medoc, Pomerol, St Emillion, Sauternes, Graves etc), admire the beauty of the Bay of Arcachon, explore the beaches and surfing spots of the Atlantic coast.

Opening to the world

Pont Chaban Delmas et HermioneWith a long history of looking out to the world, Bordeaux benefits from easy access and great choice of accommodation. Accessible by land, air, sea or river, Bordeaux is situated at the heart of a dense and varied transport network.

Bordeaux-Merignac Airport runs 32 regular routes (and more than 60 charter flights) to other regions in France and European cities, as well as 24 international destinations. Regular shuttle buses connect the airport to the town centre.

Only a 10 minute tram ride from the historic centre, the Bordeaux Saint Jean station, which is the largest in the Aquitaine region, runs 260 trains per day including 25 return journeys to Paris.

Bordeaux is easily accessible by car thanks to the many motorway interchanges A10 / A62 / A63 / A89 / A65.


Come to Bordeaux, fall for the charm of this beautiful city and run the risk of never wanting to leave.
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