Bordeaux and its surroundings


Bordeaux is a French city that cannot be ignored, only 2 hours from Paris by fast train (TGV). Already known for its art of living and its gastronomy, Bordeaux is surrounded by the most famous wine region in the world which is masterfully represented by a great wine museum, the “Cité du Vin”. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Bordeaux is also known for its exceptional architectural heritage and is a dynamic metropolis attracting nearly 80,000 students and researchers from all over the world. Ideally located geographically, Bordeaux is surrounded by a varied and particularly attractive natural and historical areas.

To discover this rich heritage, do not hesitate to visit the Bordeaux Tourist Office website, which provides information on all the activities and places not to be missed in the city and its surroundings.

Photo © Teddy Verneuil---@lezbroz
Photo Miroir d'eau, Bordeaux © Teddy-Verneuil---@lezbroz
Photo © Office de Tourisme de Saint-Emilion---Steve Le Clech
Porte Cailhou CIVB © Deepix
Plage de Jane de Boy à Lège Cap Ferret © David Remazeilles (Gironde Tourisme)
Crédit Steve Le Clech---pont-de-pierre © Steve Le Clech Photos
Quais de Bordeaux---Crédit Bordeaux Métropole © Didier Doustin; Bordeaux Métropole
Dune de Pilat © David Remazeilles (Gironde Tourisme)