Bordeaux: a UNESCO World Heritage city, a city center port, and world famous vineyards. The downtown area has maintained its classical architecture almost unchanged for over two centuries. Intense renovation in recent years has seen the city bring its architectural, culinary, and cultural heritage to the 21st century.
Today, Bordeaux stands proud among the most beautiful places in France, boasting more protected historical buildings than any other French city after Paris. The very heart of the city, is pedestrian, allowing passengers to easily discover the town on foot, participate in the many festivals throughout the year, enjoy a drink at an outside café or shop at international or local boutiques.
Bordeaux can be seen as a profitable and engaging destination through all four seasons of the year and offers a unique and stunning city center call with 2 berths for ships up to 255 m long. Larger ships are also welcomed in Le Verdon terminal.