1 hour drive from Lacanau, visit the world capital of wine: Bordeaux. Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the 1st European tourist city and 1st Lonely Planet cities to visit, Bordeaux is a surprising city, rich in history and remarkable architecture.
Bordeaux has things to tell you … Go stroll along the waterfront, relax in the heart of the public garden and cool off in the mirror of water. Between guided tours and tastings, the activities are numerous, the city abounds with museums to discover without further delay with the museum of Aquitaine, Cap Sciences and especially the novelty: The city of the Wine.
Thanks to the tram lines that crisscross the city, you can safely stop at the grand theater to admire its architecture and why not taste the delicious cuisine of Philippe Etchebest in his restaurant “The fourth wall”. But also stop at Place de la Bourse, Porte Cailhau, Saint-André cathedral, Pey Berland tower, Quinconces, the magnificent Palais Gallien … In short, you understand things to see there there is !
For shopaholics you’ll be thrilled with our famous St. Catherine Street, the longest shopping and pedestrian street in Europe!
And of course for those fond of gastronomy, Bordeaux is full of wine cellars more than the others, the rue St-Rémi hosts restaurants gathering all the flavors!
So a piece of advice, let yourself be surprised by this extraordinary heritage.
Cité du Vin, Place de la Bourse, Water mirror, St André cathedral, Pey Berlan tower, Cité du vin, Place des Quinconces, Gallien palace, St Catherine street, Cailhau gate