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Cycle along the city’s network of bike paths as you taste local wines, look across the Garonne River or relax in one of the city’s many gardens and parks.

Known around the world for its high caliber of wines, a visit to this French city reveals far more than just grapes and cellar doors. Bordeaux is a city loved by its residents for its laid back approach to life, and a progressive community of musicians and artists. Spurred by a large student population from one of France’s largest universities, the city has a vivid nightlife centered on the historic La Victoire district. The Garonne River provides a stunning backdrop to the picturesque city, and visitors to the city will love the scenic Les Quais quarter.

Bordeaux is a particularly flat city and, with 360 miles (580 kilometers) of paved cycling routes, a bike is the ideal mode of transport for visitors. Hire a bike from one of the many vendors in the city center, or make use of the city’s bike sharing program, with stations at regular intervals throughout the city. Bordeaux’s mild winters mean that bikes are a great way to see the city year round, although bringing a raincoat couldn’t hurt, even in summer.

The city’s major attractions are focused around its historic attractions and cultural institutions. Head to Sainte-Catherine Street in the pedestrian center of the city for excellent shopping and views, or climb the more than 200 steps to reach the top of the Basilica of St Michel’s gothic spire. The Musee D’Art Contemporain is a must for anyone with an interest in art, while those more interested in the outdoors will love Bordeaux’s botanic garden.

Once you’ve explored the city it’s time to sample its wares, and the vineyards around the city are a great place to start. The area is a world renowned region for wine production, and tours of the most famous wineries are available from the city center.

Bordeaux is located just 31 miles (50 kilometers) inland from France’s southwest coast. Bus or train to the city from Barcelona, Marseille or Paris, or fly to Bordeaux’s international airport from further afield.

Accommodation in Bordeaux

Pre-booking a comfortable accommodation is the first requirement if you are after a truly laid-back vacation. You can compare the best and the cheapest Bordeaux hotel options on Expedia's easy-to-use lodging deals page.

For those interested in a room at the more upmarket end of the scale, be sure to check out the Intercontinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel, at 2-5 Place De La Comédie, or the Le Boutique Hotel, at 3 Rue Lafaurie de Monbadon. Alternatively, be sure to check out the Seeko'o, 54 Quai De Bacalan, and the Hôtel Les Sources de Caudalie, Chemin de Smith Haut Lafitte.

While you are visiting Bordeaux, you won't want to miss Aquitaine Museum and you might prefer to stay nearby. the Intercontinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel is approximately 0.7373694837235603 away. Another option is the Le Boutique Hotel, about 0.8919578051918198 away.

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