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    rue Sainte-Catherine

    Entirely pedestrianized and over a kilometer long, this is the busiest shopping street in Bordeaux; it is also one of the town's oldest thoroughfares. In Roman ...

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    46, place Gambetta

    From the sunny days of spring, a chic clientele rushes to this immense semicircular terrace in the heart of downtown Bordeaux; it's the perfect place to see and be seen. Inside, there is a large room ...

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    16, place de la Victoire

    This is a favorite place for students to party, being right in the heart of Bordeaux's nightlife. It's difficult to get to the bar in the evening, especially on a Thursday, which is ...

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    place de la Bourse

    Also known as Place Royale, this is a perfect example of Bordeaux architecture at the end of the 18th Century. This is a beautiful line of archways and slate roofs, with an impressive fountain ...

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    64, rue Pomme-d'Or

    The people of Bordeaux love their pubs, and this one is among their favorites. Its typically British atmosphere is what gives it its charm : the noticeably English accent of the proprietor ...

  • 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 ...

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    3, place de la Comédie

    Built by Victor Louis between 1773 and 1780, the Grand Theâtre is considered as one of the most beautiful 18th-century buildings in Europe. Well-known ...

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    95, cours du Maréchal juin

    This skating rink is in the center of town and was established in 1981. It is open to school children, for training ice hockey teams and to the ...

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    rue François-de-Sourdis

    Known as Bordeaux's answer to Paris' famous Père Lachaise Cemetery, many well-known people are buried here, including Goya, Lacour, Flora Tristan and Gauguin's grandmother ...

  • Opened in 1811, Bordeaux's Natural History Museum is one of the oldest of its kind in France. Set in a stunning private mansion adjoining the Le Jardin Public , the Museum d'Histoire Naturelle ...