New to Bordeaux? Here are the best things to do while you're there.
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Bordeaux is an ideal destination any time of year but is particularly beautiful around spring. From April till late May, the countryside blooms with cherry blossoms and the vibrant vineyards take on a deep hue of green. Summer lasting from June to August is the most popular time to visit as you can enjoy long sunny days of outdoor dining in the courtyard with its many excellent vineyards. Visit Bordeaux during autumn to take part in the stunning street markets and enjoy the crisp skies with beautiful leafy trees.
Bordeaux is a great destnation for a few days: two to three days should be ample time to explore its many attractions. Bordeaux offers plenty of sightseeing opportunities, from visiting the city's world-renowned chateaux and churches to exploring the winding streets of the old city. Exploring the city's vibrant food scene and excellent restaurants should not be missed either.
Moving around Bordeaux is convenient and easy! You can take the public bus system, available all over the city, for short-distance trips around town. For further distances, the metro system is efficient and reaches most parts of the city. Taxis are also a popular option, and can be easily booked online or hailed on the street.
Bordeaux is a great city for family fun, and it has something to offer for everyone. Kids will love exploring the Parc Bordelais, with its lush gardens, numerous playgrounds, and outdoor activities. For a unique experience, take the family on a voyage along the Garonne River on a traditional Bordeaux flat breeze, which offers breathtaking views of the city skyline. A visit to the Cité du Vin is also a must - interactive, playful, and educational all at the same time, your kids will have fun learning about the history of winemaking in the Bordeaux region.