Bordeaux Flights GuideBordeaux is located in southwest France and is best known for wine-making. Start your visit with a walk along the gorgeous Riverfront on Pont de Pierre before setting your sights on the stunning Cathedrale Saint-Andre. Le Grand Theatre built in 1780 acts as the centerpiece in the Place de la Comedie. No trip is complete without seeing the classical buildings at Place de la Bourse.
The famous capital city of Paris is a 5 ½ hour drive north and is also easily accessible by train and bus from Bordeaux's main station. Departures from Bordeaux are also available to the southern city of Toulouse and is just a 2 ½ hour drive by car, while warmer cities of Montpellier, Marseille and Cannes are also accessible by bus or train.
Bordeaux's oceanic climate makes for warm, long summers while winters are usually mild. Bordeaux's experiences substantial rainfall in the summer. The summer months of July and August in Bordeaux brings high temperatures, equally high travel expenses and a lot of tourists. The best time to visit Bordeaux is May through June and September through October when tourist traffic is low and a great time to witness the harvest season.
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