Bordeaux city centre was changing across centuries and finally got its look, we all know today. Built with light Bordeaux stone, it became a diamond of architecture. Its queues, Place de la Bourse, Pont-de-pierre, Miroir d’Eau are famous sightseeing spots of the city, thanks to which Bordeaux was included in the UNESCO World Heritage list.)
Year by year the city is constantly growing. Transport network is developing as well. Since 2019 4 tram lines have been serving the city.
History and culture are inseparable elements of life in Bordeaux. City centre is full of art and culture spots, like the Museum of Aquitaine. It shows you the history of the capital and the winemaking region, surrounding it. If you want to have a look at the list of temporary exhibitions or a cultural agenda, follow this link: http://www.musee-aquitaine-bordeaux.fr/
Le Grand Theatre is a pearl of architecture and cultural heritage of the city. The National Bordeaux Opera is situated here. This wonderful construction, made in the Italian style, was built in the end of XVIII century. The transformed Place de la Comedie emphasizes its splendor. Here you will find a lot of restaurants such as Le Pressoir d’Argent of Gordon Ramsay (Michel restaurant guide 2020) and Le Quatrième Mur of Philippe Etchebest (Michel restaurant guide 2020)