Two days provides time for sightseeing in the historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and exploring the surrounding wine regions. Here’s how to spend the perfect two days in Bordeaux.
Porte de Bourgogne
Bordeaux, France, 33000
Porte de Bourgogne is located along the Garonne River by Quai Richelieu and is one of the main entrance points to the historic center. It is accessible on foot, by tram via Route C (stop Porte de Bourgogne) or by car. The nearest parking lot is Parking Salinières on Quai des Salinières. Daytime rates (from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.) are €2 per hour and the nighttime (between 8 p.m. and 8 a.m.) flat rate is €3.90.
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- Pont de Pierre
- Basilica of St. Michael (Basilique St. Michel)
- Porte Cailhau
- Grosse Cloche
- Place de la Bourse (Place Royale)
- Museum of Aquitaine (Musée d'Aquitaine)
- Port of Bordeaux
- Rue Sainte-Catherine
- Bordeaux Hôtel de Ville (Palais Rohan)
- Bordeaux Cathedral (Cathédrale St. André)
- Quai Louis XVIII
- Grand Theatre
- Port of the Moon (Port de la Lune)
- Girondins Monument (Monument aux Girondins)
- Quinconces Square (Place des Quinconces)