Bordeaux Travel Itinerary
While vacationing in Bordeaux, raise a toast wherever and whenever you want. This French city is known for its champagne, Burgundy and especially Wine. The city is a year round tourist destination - the city centre has been designated as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Termed as the world headquarters of Wine and Chateau owners, the city hosts the world's main wine fair- "Vinexpo". Whatever you are looking for – whether it is a relaxing holiday or a short city break – save big by booking cheap flights to Bordeaux on CheapOair!Bordeaux's Golden Triangle
The city of Bordeaux serves as a paradise for shopaholics - the triangle is home to endless small and big shops. With vast shopping options like wines, apparels, jewellery and much more, the Golden Triangle is a lovely place to take a shopping break. Some of the top stores found in the area are Mont Blanc, Hermes and Hugo Boss.Palace Royale
Palace Royale is an elegant and majestic building with a remarkable architecture. This impressive structure is worth stopping by and a perfect place to get clicked, especially after sunset. The beautiful building was built in the 18th century by the river and is surrounded by royal buildings and fountains.Bordeaux Museum of Wines
Take a trip to the Bordeaux Museum of Wines and get to know the great history of wines produced in Bordeaux. The museum is dedicated to the wine producing culture of city and tells you how the most amazing wine in the world is made. The museum also has a storehouse housing wines dating back to 1970. At the end of tour, get to taste Bordeaux special wine (complimentary).Cathédrale St-André
This may not be one of the best cathedrals in the city, but is certainly not the one to be missed. The cathedral has excellent stone carvings dating back to the 13th and 14th century, climb the tower of the cathedral to get great views over the city and beyond.Basilique Saint Seurin
The oldest church of the city, Basilique Saint Seurin is the most elegant church with great architecture. The church is now listed under the UNESCO World heritage sites and houses a carved throne graced by the pope back then in the 6th century.