Throughout the year, various events are held in the city, such as the annual VINEXPO, an international wine fair. Every two years, the Wine Festival is organised in June, where the best wines from the region are presented. Not that into wine? Bordeaux has enough to offer. For example, various festivals are organised in the field of dance and culture. During these events, it is good to be in a BnB from Bed and Breakfast Bordeaux as they offer close and safe places to stay.
Bordeaux isn’t only famous for their drinks; the combine it with culinary excellence. The cuisine is full of dishes from freshly caught fish. These dishes are traditionally served with white bread, butter and lemon. For dessert, you can enjoy a typical Canéle, the Bordeaux pastry. This turban-shaped pastry has an exterior of caramelised sugar and is filled with rum and vanilla. Want a taste of this excellence? Book your accommodation and start enjoying the culinary surprises within and outside of your B&B!
Port de la Lune
The Port de la Lune is the city's actual old seaport, but nowadays the whole old town is meant to be here. The district of the well-preserved inner city of Bordeaux has been permanently inhabited since Roman times. All the civilizations inhabited by Bordeaux over the centuries have left behind traces that are still visible. If you want to see all these gems, make a city walk with a guide. In Port de La Lune you will find your ideal characteristic B&B from Bed and Breakfast Bordeaux.