Hundreds of thousands of internet users have elected Bordeaux best European destination 2015. All the more reason to put this fascinating town, rich in history, culture and gastronomy in your diary and make it your next city trip.
You will be amazed by the city's past, its present and exciting future plans.
The city is built on a bend of the river Garonne, and is divided into two parts: the right bank to the east and left bank in the west. It was classified as a Unesco World Heritage Site in 2007 and recognized for the unity of its architectural heritage.
Teeming with high quality hotels (for every budget), hundreds of restaurants in the tradition of French gastronomy of the South West, umpteen museums, cultural institutions, independent structures and new businesses, Bordeaux has a real buzz. Forget everything you thought about Bordeaux. This amazing city so loved by its inhabitants is guaranteed to surprise you in a thousand ways.
Check out our travel guide dedicated to Bordeaux and some of its prestigious neighbours such as Saint-Emilion and the Bay of Arcachon.