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Welcome to Bordeaux



Bordeaux is popular for being the most important wine-growing region. It is a port city located in the South Western region along the river Garonne. The city has some exceptional medieval mansions and buildings. This red wine-growing region is also lined with castles, museums, cathedrals, and mansions. The neoclassical city is undergone rounds of development to become a perfect metropolitan centre of the region.


The city makes people duty-bound to come to Bordeaux for wine tasting. It is a UNESCO-listed old city with some of the most extraordinary 18th centers structures, including squares, mansions, castles, and quays. Place de la bourse is the face of the city with old town walls and majestic cobblestone square. Even though it's the only city yet, it's dynamic and fast-paced. There are many modern architectural masterpieces like La Cite du Vin, Esplanade des Quinconces and the vertical bridge of Pont Jacques Chaban-Delmas. However, you can just not overlook the Bordeaux cathedral, grand theatre de Bordeaux, and Museed'Aqunitaine. The city's outer edges are lined with exquisite vineyards that are just unmissable.

“The balance that reigns in Nice is sought after, worked on. It really and profoundly corresponds to the qualities and aspirations of those who have chosen to come here, or to stay there.”


Bordeaux is a contemporary city that props up sports at all levels. The most popular sports options in the city are badminton, archery, beach volleyball, cycling, and football. Numerous clubs and associations also offer free and subscribed training programs. You will see football and rugby matches in the city every now and then.

Entertainment and Leisure

Green patches are considered to be a luxury in rapidly growing urban areas. The town has numerous stunning gardens and public parks that offer a mentally soothing experience amid the hustle of the busy city.

Jardin public and parcBordelais have small ponds, lush walkways, and amazing flora. If you are fond of biodiversity and sustainable development, JardinBotanique has everything. The city center and square of the city are lined with cafes, restaurants, and bars, making the city juvenile and full of life.

The Best of Bordeaux

The impressive diversity of the city has led to the need for an extensive transport system. Tramline A, B, and C stretch for 58km and has a fleet of 100 trams. It is the biggest tram network in France. There are 70 bus lines that connect the whole city.

Wrap Up

Bordeaux is a classic French city with all essential amenities and a perfect way of life. It offers incredible opportunities for people looking for jobs and academic chances.

What you must remember

Nice is synonymous with better living and real comfort combined with constant dynamism.

  • A rich historical heritage

  • A wide range of activities and leisure for young and old

  • A real quality of daily life

  • Good accessibility

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