Want to drink some of the finest wine in the nation? Plan a trip to Bordeaux and choose from over 500 hotel options.
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Drink wine in wine country
Take a glass and pour some of the planet's best wine in Bordeaux. This port city from France is famous for its exquisite wines, regarded as the finest in the globe. Apart from wine tasting and sampling, there are other attractions to view in Bordeaux as well.
Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, head over to the cathedral of St-Andre, built during the 13th and 15th centuries. Climb over to the top of the bell tower and catch panoramic vistas over Bordeaux. Drop by at the Esplanade des Quinconces, one of the biggest city squares in Europe, which spans over 31 acres. It is a beautiful converging point for people to gather and meet-up. One of the highlights of this place is the Girondists monument is placed on one side and the two tall ships' columns on the riverside.
Stroll around the ancient Jardin Botanique - a classic French garden with a lake, beautifully adorned flowerbeds and 3,000 different plant species. Cross the river and you will find a new Jardin Botanique which in contemporary in nature with water gardens, grass meadow and chalk hillocks that help in recreating the numerous habitats of Aquitaine.
Some of the museums worth visiting are Aquitaine museum - a fascinating collection of archaeological, historical and ethnographic artefacts discussing the history of the city from the past to the present; Museum of Contemporary Art - premium collection of art from the late 1960s and Museum of Fine Arts - impressive collection of 16th-to-20th century paintings including masterpieces from accomplished artists.
Stroll around the Quartier des Chartrons and go back to the era where super rich European wine merchants set up opulent homes in this Bordeaux quarter. The area is now a entertainment hub with snazzy and glitzy stores, trendy pubs and bars, upmarket restaurants and so forth. This sparkling city is known for its world-famous wines, so do spend some time sauntering around the vineyards and sampling some of the local wines.
When it comes to shopping, be sure to walk down the most famous shopping street in Bordeaux - the glamorous Rue Sainte-Catherine. This 1.2 km long pedestrian street is brimming with a variety of stores and outlets.
The stay options in Bordeaux is abundant with the best luxury hotels, swanky private apartments and cheap accommodations available for the tourists to decide which kind to opt for depending on their budget and tastes.
Bordeaux experiences oceanic climate. The best time to visit this city is between April-June and September-October as the temperatures are nice and pleasant.