Bordeaux France

Bordeaux in southwest France is not only famous for its full-bodied wines, but its UNESCO registered architecture, including neoclassical mansions built in the 18th century for wealthy wine merchants, the Gothic Cathédrale Saint-André, and the distinguished Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux.

The gently flowing water of the Garonne River provides delightful walks alongside its banks, enjoy pleasurable moments in the riverside cafes and restaurants or take a cruise to admire the sights of Bordeaux. Visit the impressive Miroir d'Eau reflecting pool at the Grand Place de la Bourse and the Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux is a magnificent late 1700s theatre hosting operas and ballets performances.