Acanthe Hotel

12-14 rue Saint-Remi, Bordeaux, 33000, France
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A trip to Bordeaux

by flyingkiwi


I know the New Year has only just begun but I am already getting itchy feet. Therefore, I'm thinking of taking a cheap flight over to Bordeaux later this month and I was just wondering if anyone knew whether there would be much going on this time of the year?

Is it a city which is worth a visit? What is there to do there and where can I visit in the surrounding area? I'm thinking of spending 3-4 nights there in total.

Any feedback would be welcome!


Re: A trip to Bordeaux

by zuriga

I think you'd really enjoy visiting the Dordogne region east of Bordeaux. Not a plug.. but my Bordeaux page highlights some of the best things to see in that area. There are a few prehistoric caves (not Lescaux) that are fantastic. Cahors and the Lot Valley are also very beautiful.

Re: A trip to Bordeaux

by KiNyA

I was in Bordeaux the last summer and this city was kind of different from the ones I've visited before. First was I surprised cause there was big mess all around the city but walking by the river Garrone (hope it's the right pronountiation) is unbelievable! People are there relaxing and... It was my best place on the city, indeed.
Then you *have* to visit the village of Saint-Emilion which is nearby. There goes one train a day (at around noon from Gare St-Jean and there's only one train back at abuot 7 or 6 pm. The village *is* worth of visit.
See you

Re: A trip to Bordeaux

by lanaine2003

My name is marie-christine.I'm 18 years old and i live in castillon la bataille in gironde.
I'm student into cooking

Travel Tips for Bordeaux

Porte Dijeaux

by bugulma

Porte Dijeaux is situated on the Place Gambetta. The gate is a kind of entrance to the old city as well and behind them you can walk along Rue de la Porte Dijeaux, pedestrian street. In the end of your walking you can join stock building.

Bordeaux Tip

by fabrice

if you like gastronomy,the best area is 'la dordogne' where you will taste 'la cuisine du périgord',well-known in france;80 kms north-east from bordeaux;on this map,all the triangles mean a very very good restaurant

Fleche de St. Michel

by Gypsystravels

Standing alone and separate from the Basilica is the steeple called the Fleche (Arrow). The Fleche was built in the late 15th century and along with St. Michel Basilica are a UNESCO World Heritagage Site.

Notre Dame Church

by ceswho

This Jesiut-style chrch designed by Michel de Plessy is a fine example of 17th century architecture. Its single barrel-vaulted nave highlights the eelgance of the bakustrade and wrought ironworks in the chancel. It is usual to consider it is having a worldly charm and Francois Mauriac asserted that it was a "harmonious and moderate church, warm in winter, a place to which those who succeed in establishing themselves a life on earth that provides all the creature comforts, come to ensure the eternity will give them as much pleasure."

One day sure wasn't enough

by Mique

Unfortunately we only had one day to explore this city. So we've only scratched the surface of all that Bordeaux has to offer. But i must say i really liked the city. Now i know there are lots of cities i like but there is a difference between cities you like just to visit and cities you wouldn't mind living in. Bordeaux for me fitts in the second category.

We parked the car in a parking place just net to the Garonne river and 2 minutes walkign from the St. Michel Basilique. From there in a sort of big U we walked around the city including as many monuments and such as we could. The city centre is quite compact so most major sights are well within walking distance. Even though they look miles apart on the map. But in case you don't feel like walking or you want to visit something a little out of the way, Bordeaux has 3 excellent and very futuristic tramlines

In the evening while walking under the Porte Dijeaux i saw this fantastic pattern on the street. And of course couldn't resist taking a picture. Which was quite difficult since the streets were busy with people going home or doing some final shopping for new year's eve.


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Address: 12-14 rue Saint-Remi, Bordeaux, 33000, France