Etap Hotel Bordeaux Centre Meriadeck

37 cours du Marechal Juin, Bordeaux, 33000, France
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Where to stay?

by sarahwalker

I am coming to bordeaux for school. What is the best way to look for a place to rent?

RE: Where to stay?

by 3harlequin

You will find accommodation advertised through the local free papers called the 33 and the Paruvendu (both have websites). There are lots of agencies in Bx too, but this is more complicated as you will need a guarantor and tons of paperwork (but can be done of course!). If you are a student, many landlords will ask for your parents to stand as guarantors too, however it just depends on the landlord! Good luck in your search

RE: Where to stay?

by lorgnierl

like every where in france, it s not easy
where will you go at school (university) i guess in gradignan
there are some university rooms, but i visited them they are not so great
colocation could be possible, you could find some proposal at university
free newspaper will give you opportunities
i m french, my wife russian, we are in bordeaux suburb, i work in paris
i ll try to help you as i can


Travel Tips for Bordeaux

Jardin Public (Public Garden)

by Lilasel

This garden was built in 1756 and it soon became a popular public city park. In 1856 the garden was redesigned in an English style. Currently this 10 hectares park in the center of Bordeaux is a perfect place to spend a weekend. The Jardin Public contains some very scant remains of Bordeaux's Roman past.


by davidlop

If you're planning to move around, and have not much time, renting a car might be a good idea. Around Bordeaux there are many interesting places, and several freeways, so moving there is pretty easy and convenient. There's also public transportation (bus and, some places, train) but if short of time, car lets you visit more places, and the ones you want. Anyway, just be careful not to drink too much wine before driving... ;-)
(BTW, I don't think this car is to rent, but was nice anyway. Maybe the bike behind was more adecuate to our budget :-)

Fleche Saint Michel

by Mique

This steeple called the Arrow (la Fleche) stands seperate from the Basilica. It's 114 meters high and was build in the late 15th century. Together with the St. Michel Basilica it is on the world heritage list of Unesco.

Eglise et Tour Saint Michel:...

by Gillianina

Eglise et Tour Saint Michel: The church is very beautiful at next to it there's the S.Michel Tower, the highest stone tower in France, it's 114 m wonder that It can be easily spotted from different parts of the city!

surfing in france

by Terry-Sylvester

"a litlle holiday"

together with my lovely boyfriend and a friend of ours we went to france.. first to visit the places d-day took place. there are still a lot of things to see about the second world war. not always as plesant as we thought. but very very interesting..

after a couple of days spending in normandie, we went to bordeaux. or actually, la canou ocean. to spend some time on the beach and ofcourse in the water...surfing. we brought our wetsuits and rented some boards. in the low season, (october) the campings are closed over there, so you have to sleep next to the beach, if you have a little van, or in our case, find a place in the nearest forest and make a little camp!! so that's what we did. next to a paintballcenter! but we slept very well in case you wonder! actually the rest of the days were really easy going: eating, surfing, relaxing, sleeping, eating surfing, eating, surfing, relaxing and sleeping.. we met some people from finland and germany, all with their own vans. in witch they slept, and kept their boards and bikes, and climbing gear and what so ever! a little tip: don't place you tent/ camp in a place the police can easily find you.. theywon't apreciate....


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