Area Attractions

FirstName Bordeaux is ideally located in the heart of the city near the quays, the Water Mirror—the world’s largest reflecting pool—the Cité du Vin, Darwin Ecosystem, Arkéa Arena, Matmut Atlantique Stadium and more. While in Bordeaux, discover regional vineyards and indulge in some of the Gironde Region’s most breath-taking views with a visit to Arcachon Bay. 

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14 Rue Claude Bonnier
Bordeaux, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France, 33000



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Arts + Culture

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Miroir d’Eau

The Miroir d’Eau is the most-photographed site in Bordeaux. Snap a selfie at this spectacular pool. Located across from Place de la Bourse and designed by Michel Corajoud, this attraction alternates between a mirror effect and artificial misting.

Bordeaux Cathedral & Pey-Berland Tower

Visit the stunning scene of many royal weddings and solemn funerals. This beautiful religious monument in Bordeaux is accompanied by its bell tower, the Pey-Berland Tower, that provides stunning views of the city and beyond.

Outdoor Attractions

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This former military barracks dedicated to exploring and promoting an alternative, inspiring urban ecosystem is one of the most visited places on Bordeaux’s right bank. Everyone has a place here, from skaters and lovers of street art to green economy entrepreneurs, fans of electro music, biodiversity advocates, and Sunday brunchers.


Considered the home of the creative and cultural economy in New Aquitaine, the MÉCA is dedicated to the performing arts, literature, cinema, and contemporary arts. Boasting 1,200 square meters of exhibition space and a spectacular rooftop, this attraction offers unique panoramic views and is open to the public free of charge.

Vineyards & Bordeaux Wines

There are many ways to discover local wine, to get to know it, understand it, and savour it. Spend a few moments or a whole day enjoying a selection of Bordeaux’s best wine-related activities.


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Rue Sainte Catherine

It’s about 1200 metres long and 10 metres wide. That makes nearly 3km of show windows to take in. This is the longest shopping street in Europe.