As the 2nd most appealing and entrepreneurial regional city for foreign investment*, Bordeaux is renowned for its economic, tourist and cultural energy.
Bordeaux is a city with a wealth of assets appealing to a wide range of people with the biggest architectural UNESCO heritage since 2007, world-renowned wine-growing land and a foodie culture that needs no introduction.
(* Ernst & Young France ranking, 2017)
TOP CITY - BEST OF TRAVEL LONELY PLANET 2017
Bordeaux's neighbourhoods and sites spark wonder among everyone with 350 listed "Monuments Historiques": the Pey Berland neighbourhood, Esplanade des Quinconces, Port de la Lune, Grand Théâtre and CAPC contemporary art museum.
The city's surroundings are just as exciting: wine estates, Saint-Emilion, Bassin d'Arcachon, Périgord etc.
Bordeaux is a foodie city bang in the middle of all South Western France's specialities in the heart of the world's biggest vineyard with world-famous designations: Margaux, Saint-Emilion, Sauternes, Pessac-Léognan.
Fuelled by its great reputation built over several decades around the globe, Bordeaux is also very much focused on the future and committed to innovation with its sights set on becoming a European metropolis.
BORDEAUX MERIGNAC AIRPORT
- More than 80 national and international destinations in direct access
- 30 airlines
- Ranked as best airport in the category of more than 10 million passengers (Air Transport News ranking, 2016
BORDEAUX SAINT JEAN STATION
- LGV Bordeaux - Paris in 2 h 04
- 33 daily return trips between Bordeaux and the capital, including 18 direct lines
AT THE CROSSROADS OF 4 MOTORWAYS
- A10 from Paris via Tours, Poitiers, Nantes and Orléans
- A62 from Toulouse via Montauban and Agen
- A63 from Spain via Bayonne, Biarritz and Dax
- A89 from Lyon via Clermont-Ferrand