Situated in the South-west of France, this amazingly restored city with its spotless new transportation system should be one of your top choices to visit in France. As any cities with a notable history, Bordeaux boasts an Old Town. Apart from this, it has eighteenth and nineteenth-century mansions, prominent art museums and half of the city is UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also an extraordinary starting point for the exploration of the nearby wine regions.
Things to see and do in Bordeaux
When one thinks of Bordeaux, memories of barista-run coffee shops, food trucks with abundant choices of quick meals, at the same time fine dining and exceptional wine mingle with the exciting, and vibrant sights.
For French cuisine lovers, I would recommend the top two places to dine in Bordeaux: ‘Restaurant Influences’ and ‘Blisss’. If you, however, would like to take a break from the many French delicacies you have already sampled but stay on the Mediterranean side, Lume is a fine Italian restaurant for you.