Bordeaux is More than Wine
Most people know Bordeaux as the esteemed wine region in France. However, many do not realize that Bordeaux city has nearly 4,500 acres declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Historic monuments such as the Pey-Berland Tower and Saint-André Cathedral reflect Neo-classic and Renaissance architecture. Only Paris has more historic monuments. With 18th-century buildings and a lively museum and art culture, Bordeaux is a city with more than a strong wine heritage. No wonder Bordeaux is called “City of Art & History“.
To learn more about the art and cultural aspects of Bordeaux, along with the food and wine scene, read the full article at The Wine Gospel.Tags: Bordeaux, Food and Wine, France, UNESCO World Heritage