Bordeaux is world-famous for wine. That is why the city is called the capital of French wine. Its vineyards are witnessing a long history but not only. There is also its famous places that are found in tightly well decorated streets, trendy neighborhoods without forgetting its lifestyle. Anyway, every tourist has its own reasons to visit the beautiful city of Bordeaux but the most important is the Bordeaux wine.
The castles of Bordeaux
Doing bordeaux tourism, means a ride in his famous castles. The Bordeaux region is home to several prestigious chateaux including Margaux, Saint-Emilion or Pessac Léongnan. The ideal would be to opt for a Grand Cru Classé in order to discover the history of the area. If you are considering, for example, to visit the Château Margaux, you must make an appointment. Although it is still inhabited by its owners, the castle is a museum. You will, though the privilege to taste the wonderful Margaux wine before departure.
The wine city
Since opening, June 1, 2016, the city of wine is currently one of the most popular attractions of the city of Bordeaux. The foundation takes you on a trip at the time with countless stories composed of civilizations and cultures. On a 3000m² area, you have the opportunity to live the world of wine over twenty thematic modules with the buffet of the five senses. All this in a tactile and digital design. Note that this city is the one plaza de Pontac.
The famous wine bars
If you are a fan of wine, these are some addresses might interest you. Indeed, these bars are part of the most famous of the city with both Italian and Corsican specialties. There is something for every taste. You can, for example, make a turn at the Wine Bar in 19 rue des Bahutiers where you will discover 100% Italian specialties with very good selections of French and foreign wines. The 4 corners of wine in 8 rue the currency you will receive a card system offering you the possibility of tasting cheap with tapas as accompaniments. While at the Cantina, in 14 rue des Bahutiers you will find Corsican specialties.