If it owes its name to the covenant of Chartreux which had been established there at the end of the 14th Century, the suburb ... More
If it owes its name to the covenant of Chartreux which had been established there at the end of the 14th Century, the suburb of Chartrons owes its richness to the trade of wine. First there were English merchants, then others from Northern Europe took part in the development of this trade. The blossoming of colonial trade became associated with that of wine, allowing the formidable growth of Bordeaux during the second half of the 18th Century. The rich traders built extravagant dwellings, vestiges of which still exist in the quarter. The façades of the banks remain as symbols of this period. The Cite Mondiale du Vin was built in this district and radiates throughout the area.
The Cruiseur Colbert is one of the country's biggest warships and belongs to the French Navy. Now with a new
lease of life as a museum, you can retrace the life of the vessel from her construction in 1953 ...
Located in a small street in the town centre, this restaurant boasts three dining rooms, a terrace and a garden.
One of the rooms is a beautiful vaulted cellar laid out for meetings and seminars; the second is baroque ...
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