The City of All Possible
Bordeaux, the world’s largest urban UNESCO heritage site is characterized by its Parisian Haussmann architecture and its numerous churches and gothic cathedrals whose majestic spires structure the exceptional panorama of the city. On the waterfront, the place de la Bourse and the water mirror have become symbols of the city of Bordeaux.
Lovers of culture will be able to discover the many museums in the city, including the Museum of Aquitaine which retraces the history of Bordeaux and Aquitaine from prehistory to the present day, or the contemporary art museum (CAPC) and the Science museum (CAP).
Bordeaux is a gastronomic destination with countless restaurants and tasting venues that offer varied and affordable menus. It is also, and primarily, the incredible wine-growing heritage of Bordeaux that has made the city famous around the world. Bordeaux is home to the greatest vineyards, a symbol of "French art de vivre": Wine is always king in Bordeaux. All the grand cru connoisseurs will enjoy hanging out in the different institutions related to wine across the city, such as the Cité du vin inaugurated in 2017.
At the doorstep of Bordeaux, uncover the world’s most renowed vineyard across six wine routes that will lead you from the picturesque village of Saint-Emilion, to the fortress city of Blaye, through Sauternes, Pessac-Léognan and Médoc whose famous for its Margaux wine. Not far away is the magnificent Cognac vineyard that will attract the amateurs of this spirit.