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Bordeaux is one of the most important cities in South-Western France lying on the banks of river Garonne is a famous port city. With agreeable climate, rich cultural heritage and lot of economic developments make it an interesting place to visit. The city can be divided into two parts the Left Banks which is famous for its wines dominated by Cabernet Sauvignon and the Right Bank which produces the wines that have a large percentage of Merlot. It is the most recognizable city after Paris which is not only known for its wines but great historical monuments, museums and art galleries as well. Fly to Bordeaux the city which famous of its great quality of life, gorgeous green spaces, incredible food, amazing bicycle paths and diverse neighbourhoods.
Once known simply as sleepy, Bordeaux has undergone major changes in recent years and represents a beautiful amalgamation of both old and new. Start your sightseeing tour to Bordeaux for which it is world-famous. Do visit La Cite du Vin, the world’s first wine museum with exhibits and interactive which are quite engaging even for everyone from the casual wine drinker to wine aficionado. You surely love to visit 110 meters high Dune du Pilat which is Europe’s largest dune. Their steep dune goes straight down to the Atlantic Ocean and is a great opportunity for adventure enthusiasts to go parasailing off the top of Dune du Pilat.
If you are searching for the best free attraction of Bordeaux the Miroir d’Eau is surely the best. It is the world’s largest reflecting pool and is the coolest place to be on a hot summer day. There is something always going on there from Sunday night salsa parties to musical concerts. If you love bicycles then It is a great place to be which is committed to leading the way for cyclotourism which has new car-free bike trails which are being added to already existing excellent network of the city. Do visit Place de la Bourse the palatial classical buildings which epitomizes the elegance of 18th century which is surrounded by Palais de la Bourse and Musee National des Douanes the only one-of-its-kind museum in France.
So you are planning a holiday trip to Bordeaux then keep in mind the peak season, weather, harvest time and major events. So to enjoy maximum in your holidays the best time to visit Bordeaux is between May and November when you can enjoy walking tours to explore the beauty of Bordeaux vineyards. If you want to attend the grape harvest which is an important time in the life of people in this region then visit it in late August and the latest in October.
Several airlines offer flights connecting London to Bordeaux. The major airlines serving both the destinations are Ryanair, easyJet, British Airways, Vueling, Iberia, Air France, SWISS and Tap Air Portugal. There are 64 direct flights between London and Bordeaux. Among all the airlines easyJet, Ryanair and British Airways are frequent flyers on this route. From London to Bordeaux Wednesday is the cheapest day to fly whereas Friday is the most expensive one.
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