VISIT BORDEAUX, FRANCE

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Bordeaux had been on my radar for a while since I wanted to visit the big Dune of Pilat (check my post), I stopped three days in this charming city and I really loved it.
What did I like about Bordeaux?

Porte Cailhau
Simply because of; 
the laid back lifestyle of the South of France
the little streets like these, 
the local accent, the wine culture, 
good looking people :) 
and the fact that it is only two and half hours maximum by train from Paris.
La cité du vin
WHAT TO DO & SEE

  • Visit La cité du Vin and enjoy a glass of wine (sampling is included depending on the pass you choose) 
  • Take photos at Place de la Bourse and Le Miroir d'eau
  •  Run on the bridge Pont de Pierre
  • Stop by the different gates that surround the city centre (Porte de Bourgogne, Porte Cailhau, Porte de la Monnaie)
  • Take a boat ride on La Garonne river
  • Walk along the docks (Quai de Bacalan, Quai des Chartrons, Quai Louis XVIII, Quai de la Douane, Quai Richelieu,...)
  • Go shopping at Mériadeck mall or along Sainte-Catherine street (car-free street) where you will find all the brands like Roxy, Intimissimi,...
  • Have a picnic at Esplanade des Quinconces
Cathédrale St-André
Place du Miroir d'eau

MORE DETAILS
Region: Aquitaine, South West of France
Bus/Tram single ride: 1,60 Euro (more info here)
Bordeaux St-Jean train station website

Photos by me
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