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La ville de Bordeaux avec le pont de Pierre
Place de la Bourse à Bordeaux
Bordeaux, place de la Bourse
Les quais de Bordeaux

On holiday at Bisca Grands Lacs, Bordeaux is only one hour away. For one day, go and visit the best European destination in 2016! Cultural tours, small restaurants, vineyards, shops… Bordeaux has a lot to offer.

Discover the rich cultural and historic heritage of Bordeaux

The history of Bordeaux will take you back to the 18th century, the golden age of the city… Look up at these historic buildings, the architecture parades before you but is not monotonous. On the quai de la Douane, along the Garonne, discover the Place de la Bourse and its 18th century architecture, symbol of Bordeaux! 

Bordeaux’s heritage is a genuine treasure that unveils itself from district to district. Grand Théâtre, Tour Pey-Berland, Saint-André cathedral, Grosse Cloche… Seek out a guide to visit Bordeaux to uncover the secrets of this mythic city…
The various museums of Bordeaux will welcome you for an artistic or cultural break. The Musée d’Aquitaine shows the region from prehistory to modern times. At the Beaux-Arts you will be enchanted with canvases from the 15th to 20th centuries.  An unmissable tour is that of the Cité du Vin, where you can enjoy a glass of wine with a view of the Garonne! 

Get a taste of Bordeaux gastronomy and try out its fine restaurants

Genuine capital of gastronomy, Bordeaux wines go without saying! In the capital of the Gironde, you will find Landes specialities such as foie gras or duck breast, but also dishes typical to Bordeaux such as Bordeaux lamprey, Pauillac lamb rack, oysters or even cannelés! Will you try a small glass of Lillet for your aperitif? 

What better way to enjoy the amazing specialities than to stop in one of Bordeaux’s restaurants? Wander through the paved streets and open the door to a small café or restaurant to enjoy Bordeaux’s gastronomy. 

Go shopping in Bordeaux’s shops  

The rue Sainte-Catherine in Bordeaux is the longest shopping street in Europe. Imagine a long avenue of 3 km lined with major brands and small boutiques… No, you are not dreaming, for a spot of shopping, Rue Sainte-Catherine is definitely the place to be! Turning off into the side streets, you will discover amazing finds, between antique shops and ready-to-wear boutiques…