Are you planning to travel in a private jet to Bordeaux?
Surrounded by vineyards that produce the wine bearing its name, Bordeaux itself will leave you with plenty to see and do (besides the obligatory wine-tasting tours). The Grosse Cloche de Bordeaux is a gatehouse from 1775 that served as the city's belfry, whereas Port Cailhau, built in the 15th century, served as an integral part of the city's defenses. Other notable sites include the Esplanade des Quinconces, with its monument dedicated to the Girondists, and a former German submarine bunker that now serves as a whiskey aging and tasting hall for Moon Harbour Distillery.
Flying Into Bordeaux
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Places To Be Seen in Bordeaux
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