A relaxing break
Discover Bordeaux by bike! Although cyclists love the flat streets of Bordeaux, you may want to park your bike at the foot of Saint-Michel belltower or the Pey-Berland Tower and climb the many steps to see things from a height. It's just a short distance to the Pont de Pierre, and on to discovering the right bank of the Garonne, which is less developed. The view of 18th century buildings on the other side of the river is spectacular. Don't hesitate to enjoy Bordeaux's many parks and markets. Where are they? Follow the guide!
CruisesWhat a treat to just go with the flow and glide along the river to discover Bordeaux and the surrounding wine country... Restful by definition, a boat...
Relaxing in parks and gardensBordeaux has ten parks and gardens that add a much-appreciated touch of greenery to the city's lovely stone buildings.
Public GardenBordeaux's soul might be said to be found in its Public Garden... It is easy to imagine a place like this in the countryside rather than in the...
Bordeaux seen from aboveTourists seeing Bordeaux for the first time are always impressed by the way the streets were laid out, leaving wide open spaces and letting the sun...
ONE ON ONE WITH NATURE IN THE BORDEAUX BOTANICAL GARDENSA stroll among the nature on the right bank of the Garonne can take you to the Botanical Garden’s incredible greenhouses. I had an immersion into some...