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Port of the Moon

Bordeaux is the capital of the Aquitaine region and is a port lying by the Garonne River. Because of the shape of the harbour, the city it is referred to as the ´Port of the Moon´.
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Saint-emilion

35 kilometres northeast of Bordeaux, you’ll find the world’s first UNESCO designated wine region. The medieval city can almost be compared to an enormous outdoor museum, and, among other things, there are 70 hectares of underground museums here. All-day excursions are organised to the world heritage site and the wine area of Saint-Emilion. You can also get there with your own car or by local bus. Guided tours are arranged by the tourist office and others.
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City Walks

A guided walk in the centre of Bordeaux comes to life in an extraordinary manner. City walks are organized every morning from 10 to 12 on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. By bus every Wednesday and Saturday, and by bicycle every first Sunday of the month. Guides in both French and English. Please book through the tourist office.
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Opera

The Grand Théâtre houses l´Opéra National. The magnificent building was built on the site of an earlier Roman temple. Operas, ballets and classical music are performed here. Prices vary in four different categories depending on the quality of the seat.
Wine Museum

Wine Museum

Naturally, there is a museum which is entirely dedicated to wine. At Vinorama you will learn everything about the delightful drink.
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Wine School

Bordeaux’s wine school, L´Ecole du Vin, offer courses where you learn about wine. From weekend courses to longer courses in the summer or by the term. Shorter periods – such as one day or two hours – are also available.
Place de la Bourse

Place de la Bourse

Place de la Bourse is located in the central of the city and is a good place to start from when you are exploring the city. The architecture of the building is amazing. The site is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Grosse Cloche de Bordeaux

Grosse Cloche de Bordeaux

Grosse Cloche de Bordeaux is a belfry of the old Medieval Town Hall. You can see two towers standing 40 meters tall connected to a central building. The bell weighs an amazing 7800 kg.
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