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Bordeaux, a magnolious Port city situated on the Garonne River in the Gironde Deprtment of southwestern France, harbours the best of wine, the most gracious and elegant of gothic architecture and amalgamates it all with the 21st century rhythm that leaves the beholder awestruck. A culturally rich location, Bordeaux is the place to be.
Classified as the World Heritage Site by UNESCO and deemed as "the very essence of elegance"by Her Royal Majesty Queen, Bordeaux's sublime existence thrives at a dynamic pace. It is nowhere else, through the entirety of Europe that the consistency of old gothic architecture has been maintained with such devotion and remains a major feature in harmonious coexistence with the modern structures.the Cathedral St.Andre, the Left bank Quays overlooking the Garonne,the Opera house are some of the many exceptional places to visit that transport you in an era of its own kind! Exceptionally famous for its wine(hereby a must try), Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon,Ch_teau de Bensse are few of the numerous other wine produce that are crafted to tanatlize your senses.Visiting the wine country is what makes the experince richer than ever. A gastronomical hub with myriad versions and varieties of cuisines, French or otherwise, the kitchens of Bordeaux know how to ensnare every taste palette. Courtesy fusion dishes, there is something or the other for anyone and everyone.The very personality of Bordeaux with its air of aristocratic finesse, aesthetic appeal, and gastronimic indulgence, pampers and rejigs the traveller. A leisurely stroll on the Miroir D'eau that overlooks the grand structure of Place de la Bourse (built from 1730 to 1775), or for that matter any of its graceful streets is bound to create everlasting memories that shall be looked back upon with utmost fondness.