A wonderful city that attracts almost 2.5 million visitors every year, Bordeaux was added to the UNESCO’s list of world heritage sites. Bordeaux is primarily known for its wines, which were produced since the 8th century. If you stay there for the weekend, Bordeaux will enchant you with their numerous wine châteaux. Aside from the world-famous wines, Bordeaux is also a famous destination for pilgrims. Pilgrims on the Santiago de Compostela route will visit the three main churches of the city, the 13th century Saint-Seurin Basilica, the 11th century Saint-André Cathedral and the 15th century Saint-Michel Basilica. The Aquitaine Museum features an excellent collection of artworks which date back to the 15th century. You can also visit the Pont de Pierre, a magnificent bridge commissioned by Napoleon, and the Palais Rohan, the town hall which was once the palace of Bordeaux’s Archbishop.
Please provide this reference number to our customer service center representative on request, so we can help you better