Vineyards and wine, particularly signature varieties like Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot are staples from the Bordeaux region. This wine country between the rivers Garonne and the Dordogne is behind most of the red wine bottled with Bordeaux supérieur labels. Dégustation tours and vineyard hopping aside, travelers seeking culture and heritage can soak in the ambiance of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Bordeaux city, while art lovers will find a treasure trove at Le Passage Saint Michel. Set by the Garonne River, the port city of Bordeaux is famous for the Basilica of St. Michel with its tall stone towers, the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux, quaint river quays, the iconic Three Graces fountain and lovely public gardens. A young and experimental spirit marks the city, known for its good food and exciting nightlife.
Place de la Bourse
Museums & Architecture
Recommended France Tours
Places: Paris (3 days) → Normandy Region (2) → Loire Valley (2) → Burgundy Region: Beaune (2) → Avignon (2) → Nice (2)
Tour Highlights: Eiffel Tower, The Louvre & Art Museums, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral, Versailles, D-Day...
Intercontinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel is ideally located at the heart of the historic center, just 30 minutes away from Bordeaux Merignac Airport. Look forward to an indulgent stay in spacious ensuite rooms sporting elegant 19th century décor.
Le Burdigala Hotel Bordeaux is a contemporary chic hotel with an 18th century facade and set within the heart of Bordeaux. Past the skylights at the lobby, observe the gilded details and subtle art accent pieces dotted across the property.