Bordeaux Holiday Apartments & Villas

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Explore Bordeaux

At the heart of France’s wine region, Bordeaux offers an eclectic mix of tourist attractions. Known locally as the Sleeping Beauty, today Bordeaux is well and truly alive and flourishes on its idyllic setting on the banks of the River Garonne. Besides its obvious appeal for wine tours, Bordeaux attracts visitors with its picturesque pedestrian boulevards that lead to a quaint city centre blessed with Romanesque mansions and Gothic architecture. Be sure to check out the Museum of Contemporary Art (Mussee d’Art Contemporain) for collections of work by Sol LeWitt. Another great sight in Bordeaux is the Cathedral of Saint Andre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that dates back to the 13th Century and can be seen from all corners of the city. A visit to city would not be complete without taking in a ballet performance at the Grand Theatre. For night owls, Bordeaux offers a wide range of bars and nightclubs along the streets of La Victoire and La Calle Ocho. If you prefer to spend the evenings relaxing then visit the parks before retiring to your own private Bordeaux accommodation, allowing you both freedom and comfort.

When to go to Bordeaux

Although most popular during the spring and summer months when temperatures hover around the low to mid-20s, Bordeaux is suitable all year round and ideal for romantic city breaks. The city does receive a fair amount of rain, however this only helps the vineyards to flourish and lay on the opportunity to unparalleled wine tasting. With superb restaurants open 12 months a year, there is never a bad time to take a holiday here.

Getting to and around Bordeaux

Bordeaux has its own international airport, which receives regular flights from across Europe. The city is one of the most important train hubs in France and a comfortable journey from Paris, Nantes and La Rochelle. Within the city, getting around on foot is the best way to appreciate its beauty, especially when staying at one of the many Bordeaux holiday rentals available. If the legs do become tired then hop on the electric tram.

Where to stay in Bordeaux

When visiting the most famed wine region in France, an excellent alternative to hotels and guesthouses are self-catering villas in Bordeaux. Whether travelling with groups of friends, as a family or with your loved one, renting apartments in Bordeaux is by far the best option. Not only will you save money, but also grant yourself comfort and freedom. HouseTrip.com has many options for self-catering accommodation in Bordeaux and you are only a few clicks from finding the perfect apartment or villa.

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4.4 out of 5 based on 747 reviews
Paul
Stayed 18 - 25 Jul 2014 in:
The appartment is in a great central location on a quiet tree-lined street - convenient for shopping and seeing the city. Easy access to two tram lines and w... More
Margaret
Stayed 17 - 21 Jul 2014 in:
Loved the apartment and the location was fantastic. Markets at our doorstep, tram 2 mins walk and great views.
Laura
Stayed 13 - 15 Jul 2014 in:
Perfect location, in the heart of the old town. Close to all amenities. Flat was clean and had everything we needed. I would recommend.
Audrey
Stayed 9 - 14 Jul 2014 in:
This is a very comfortable and fairly spacious apartment. The location is really good, you can either walk or jump on the tram for a couple of stops and you ... More
Oliver
Stayed 12 - 15 Jul 2014 in:
Very convenient location; next to restaurants, supermarkets, trams etc. 15 minute walk to the center of Bordeaux. Free parking on Cours de la Martinique. Apt... More

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