After a long program of improvement, the city of Bordeaux has transformed itself into a simply spectacular place in which to enjoy the French lifestyle. All cleaned up, with a new system of trams and busses replacing darting automobiles, as well as new underground parking facilities freeing up the streets for pedestrian malls, it’s now a great walking city.
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If you just want to stroll through the city, the newly renovated waterfront is full of parks and attractions, as well as refreshing breezes, that make it an irresistible lure to young and old at virtually ever hour of the day. Being located far to the west of its time zone, Bordeaux stays light until 10pm this time of year, leaving ample time after visiting wineries all day to soak in some of the sites.
I am looking forward to my next visit to this special little city, and will make sure to leave myself more time to explore its secrets and wonders, but from the few hours of free time I did have I was able to take away many wonderful memories. I hope you enjoy this peek at Bordeaux, city on the Garonne!