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City Break

In 2007, UNESCO recognized a great part of the urban importance and beauty and classified the city as World Heritage. The Grand Theatre and the Pont de Pierre are just two of the wonderful places that you can visit. Tasting the wine that has made Bordeaux world famous is mandatory, in this visit.

On foot or bicycle: These are the latest touristic bets in Bordeaux that invites tourists to visit the city in a different way, a healthier and environmentally friendly way. The surface metro, trams and buses are alternatives to consider, but do not forget that many streets are closed to traffic. The sidewalks along the Garonne River are also part of the city tours. Because it is easily identifiable, you can start by visiting the cathedral of Saint-Andre, with its Gothic towers, and then climb the tower Pey Berland beside one of the most visited monuments of Bordeaux which is considered to be one of the best examples of the Flamboyant Gothic. The panoramic view is unforgettable. Do not miss the Grand Theatre, the city's cultural icon, and then set out to explore Sante Catherine Street. This pedestrian street is one of the longest in Europe and here you may find various shops, restaurants, cafes and tea houses, ideal for recover your energy. The Pont de Pierre, with its magnificent arches, is considered one of the most beautiful bridges in France. Save some time for wine tasting and verify the reputation of Bordeaux wines. There are dozens of places for wine purchases and tasting, in town and in the outskirts, closer to the vineyards.

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