Here's a museum dedicated solely to Bordeaux's wine-producing culture, located in the former home of an 18th-century ... More
Musee du Vin et du Negoce (Bordeaux Museum of Wine & Trade)
Here's a museum dedicated solely to Bordeaux's wine-producing culture, located in the former home of an 18th-century nobleman. The vaulted cellars, dating back to 1720, as well as the storehouses, bear witness to the importance of wine from this time onwards. Today, the museum charts the history of a wine known the world over and gives an insight into how the finest vintages are stored for optimum improvement. An introduction to wine tasting and the process of settling and decanting can be arranged on arrival. Call for prices for group tours and wine tasting.
An Alpine decor, an ever present smell of melted cheese and a warm welcome: a perfect description for this restaurant.
Specialties include raclette, a selection of cold meats, condiments, potatoes and of course melted cheese); a three cheese fondue; ...
A new 2 star entirely non smoking hotel featuring 92 rooms, the Ibis Bordeaux Bastide hotel is located in the
centre of the city, on the right bank of the Garonne river, opposite Place De La Bourse and near ...
Located in an attractive pedestrianized street near the town hall, this boutique offers a warm welcome and a wonderful selection
of quality products from the Occitan region of France. Featuring flavors from the southwest and fragrances from the southeast, ...