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Actualité : détail : City break in Bordeaux

A city with a rich historical heritage

Known for its 18th century architecture, Bordeaux is full of many historical monuments for lovers of heritage.

  • St. Andrew's Cathedral

Built between the 11th and 12th centuries, Saint-André Cathedral is known for its stained glass windows, sculptures and crypt. It is also known for its carillon, which is one of the oldest in France still in operation. It is open to the public and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • Porte Cailhau

Located at the entrance to the city, Porte Cailhau is a vestige of the medieval walls and one of the most emblematic symbols of Bordeaux. Built in stone, it is decorated with sculptures representing mythological scenes and coats of arms.

  • The Place de la Bourse

This famous square is one of the most popular sites in Bordeaux. It is surrounded by monumental buildings and its pools and fountains are very photogenic.

  • The Pey Berland Tower

This 15th century stone tower is one of the most beautiful monuments in Bordeaux. It offers a panoramic view of the city.

World-renowned gastronomy

Bordeaux gastronomy is rich and varied. It is mainly based on fresh and local products, in particular foie gras, truffles or duck.

The city is also famous for its vineyards and its exceptional grape varieties, which are among the most famous in the world.
The Cité du Vin located on the banks of the Garonne also highlights the universe.
On 10,000 m², it offers several exhibition rooms that retrace the history and evolution of wine throughout the world, interactive experiences to better understand the world of wine, guided tastings and a restaurant.

For the greediest, we can only recommend a little sweetness with canelés, recognizable among a thousand by their cylindrical shape and their pretty grooves, emblematic of the city.

A shopping spree

Bordeaux is a city very famous for its many shops and shopping centers.

You will find everything you need in its large shopping streets, pedestrian streets and shopping centers, including: Rue Sainte-Catherine, one of the largest pedestrian streets in Europe, and Saint-Paul are two of Bordeaux's main shopping destinations and home to shops of all kinds.

The largest shopping mall in the city, the Center Commercial Bordeaux Grand Théâtre, is also nearby.

Our advice!

To get to Bordeaux from Le Marache Vacances campsite, we advise you to take the train. Biganos-Facture station connects Bordeaux Saint-Jean station in just 25 minutes by TER! From the station, a fifteen-minute walk is enough to reach the city center, as well as Tram B.

An economical alternative and a gesture for the planet :)

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