Wine Museum

Wine Museum is a museum as well as a place of exhibitions, shows, movie projections and academic seminars on the theme of wine located in Bordeaux, France.

National Museum of Douanes

National Museum of Douanes is a national museum on the history of French customs located at Place de la Bourse in the city of Bordeaux, France. The building was built in the 18th century to receive the new Ferme générale.


Aquitaine Museum The Museum of Aquitaine is a collection of objects and documents from the history of Bordeaux and Aquitaine.

Beaux Arts Museum

Beaux Arts Museum is a museum of fine arts opened in 1787 in Dijon, France. It is housed in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in the historic center of Dijon.


Place de la Bourse has symbolised the city of Bordeaux around the world for centuries and played a major role in the city’s development, trade, and reputation. Both the Bordelais and visitors alike adore this very elegant square. It took 20 years of hard work in the 18th century to build what has since become the city’s very symbol! The square represents a break with medieval Bordeaux surrounded by walls for centuries. The city was finally free to grow!


The Basilica of Saint Michael was one of the three monuments accepted by UNESCO as part of the French Pilgrim routes of Santiago de Compostela which is added to the list of World Heritage sites. This makes the Basilica a frequently visited place in Bordeaux. With visitors from all over the world choosing to stay in a Bordeaux holiday hotel or apartment which is just close to the Basilica, this is a good starting point when exploring the many interesting places of Bordeaux.


Pont de Pierre: Connecting the left and right banks of the Garonne, commissioned by Napoleon and inaugurated in 1822, the Pont de Pierre was the first bridge ever built in Bordeaux. Until then, it was necessary to cross the river by boat. The bridge has 17 spans, which is also the number of letters in the name Napoleon Bonaparte. The Pont de Pierre was the only bridge to connect the city’s historic centre on the left bank and the La Bastide district on the right bank for nearly 150 years.