L'Etoile Bleue Hotel Bordeaux

51 Route Jean Briaud Rocade Sortie 12, Merignac, Aquitaine, 33700, France
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Bordeaux to Castelnau de Medoc - Any Ideas?

by marybutton

We will be in Medoc in September, staying at the Chateau du Foulon in Castelnau de Medoc. Does anyone know the best way to get to Medoc from Bordeaux? Is there a train or should we rent a car in Bordeaux? Also, has anyone stayed at this Chateau before? Thank you!

Re: Bordeaux to Castelnau de Medoc - Any Ideas?

by delcity

you can look here for train and bus information ( www.idos.cz ) for the page in english/british click on the uk/british flag.

Re: Bordeaux to Castelnau de Medoc - Any Ideas?

by ramblingrose

For the Bordeaux area I would recommend renting a car. I don't know how long you will be staying but it would be a shame not to have the freedom to explore the beautiful countryside while there. The roads are easy to use, just remember it is more important to know the names of the towns in the direction you are traveling than the road numbers. Just a note of warning, if you are returning the car on Sunday it can be difficult to locate an open gas station that takes US credit cards.

Re: Bordeaux to Castelnau de Medoc - Any Ideas?

by marybutton

Thank you. I think the car is the way to go - We'll be there 4 days and want to see as much of the peninsula as we can. Cheers.

Re: Bordeaux to Castelnau de Medoc - Any Ideas?

by lorgnierl

best will be to rent a car
visit castelnau, but what it ll be????
have a look on st emilion, fronsac could be greater
if you need .....
lio

Travel Tips for Bordeaux

Rostrale Columns

by Gypsystravels

While two members of our party decided to take a quick coffee brake, Chris, Patrick and myself decided to continue walking and came across the esplanade. Located in the grand esplanade, which is sorrounded by trees, are the two statues of Montaigne and Montesquine. The statues are located on top of twin pillars facing the river towards the end of the espanade.

War monument

by Mique

If you decide to go and visit St-Bruno's then don't forget to take a small tour around the church. One one side you'll find a small place with a pond, several stone pilars and one side completely covered by a stone 'wall' covered with the names of people who died in the first or second world war

Cathedrale St. André

by MEdelmann

This gothic catherdral is another great building. The construction needed nearly two centuries (13th - 15th century). The building is 124 meters long and 24 meters high and looks absolutely magnificant, a "must-see" when in Bordeaux!

Palais Rohan

by Mique

Or the Hotel de Ville (city hall). It used to be the old archbishop's palace and can be dated back to the early middle-ages. In 1771 archbischop Ferdinand-Maximilien Meriadec de Rohan decided to restructure the building and give it its present look. The front and the back of the main structure are identical. The 2 pavillions are now part of the museum of fine arts.

Bordeaux - La Belle Au Bois Dormant

by black_mimi99

"Sleeping Beuty"

Bordeaux is a port city in the south-west of France. It is the capital of the Aquitaine région, as well as the préfecture (administrative capital) of the Gironde département. The city is nestled along the Garonne River about 45 minutes miles inland from the Atlantic coast. To the west lie various oceanside resort villages like Cap Ferret, to the northwest is Périgueux and Agen is to the southwest.
The city known as La Belle Au Bois Dormant, the 'sleeping Beauty', is well and truly awake after years of slumber. But when during my stay here, it seems the city never sleep at all... ^_^

"Bordeaux @ Nite"

I love walking along the river @ nite. The city so beautiful, the lights, the buildings, cathedral, and everything so great....
Few days stay in Bordeaux seems not enough.... cos too much to see... and just walking around we can admire this city which full with old building and gate, and also history of this city...

When you visit Bordeaux, you’re sure to have wonderful time. No matter where you go in the city, there is always something worthwhile to do, see, or enjoy.

"paradise for shopaholics and wine aficionados"

Bordeaux is an absolute paradise for shopaholics and wine aficionados. Easily one of France’s most beautiful and interesting cities, Bordeaux’s pedestrian shopping zone is constantly filled with tourists and locals alike. As a hub of the Bordeaux wine-producing region, there are numerous shops selling high-quality wines at low prices. There are many tours to the area’s grandiose wine châteaux for tastings in stunning settings.

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