Bordeaux from Strasbourg
As Stendhal once wrote in Travels in the South of France, “Bordeaux is undoubtedly the most beautiful city in France”. This is a truly enchanting city which has, over time, become a tourist destination in its own right. Located close to the Atlantic Ocean and the main seaside resorts of the west coast, Bordeaux invites you to a getaway combining cuisine, culture, pleasure and discovery.
Bordeaux, along with the Port de la Lune, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007. Labelled a City of Art and History, it is home to no less than 347 listed buildings – architectural jewels of the 18th century.
Built in 1855, the Saint-Jean station (previously the Gare du Midi) with its metal canopy over the tracks has been listed as a historic monument since 1984. Take the time to travel to the Bordeaux vineyard – you won’t regret it. A destination to be consumed with friends and family, without moderation!
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