Bordeaux, UNESCO heritage
France’s cultural wealth is based on the diversity of its regions and cities in the territory. Amongst them, Bordeaux has been elected “the place to be” in 2017 by Lonely Planet, the travel guide leader. A ranking including cities like Cape Town, Los Angeles or even Seoul.
Bordeaux has nothing on Paris given the plurality of its cultural infrastructures. Indeed, registered at the world patrimony by UNESCO, it is easy to enjoy spots like:
La Cité du Vin, an unpublished cultural equipment dedicated to the wine as cultural, universal and alive heritage. It offers a spectacular journey around the world, through ages, in all the cultures.
Le Miroir d’Eau, which is altering extraordinary effects of mirror and fog, located in front of Place de la Bourse.
Le Grand Théâtre, one of the oldest theatre in Europe, which is also the symbol of Bordeaux
Quai Rive Gauche have been renovated at the beginning of the 2000’s, mainly due to the emergence of the tramlines which has allowed the city to gain in modernity and to create new accesses to different recreational infrastructures (shopping, Skate Park, bike ride, etc.).
Even le Quartier Saint-Pierre, the district detains a unique urban complex from the 18th century with its old picturesque streets and is also considered as the city’s birthplace.