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Business Class Flights To Bordeaux

Located in the romantic southwestern region of France, Bordeaux is a vibrant and exciting city to visit no matter where your interests lie. Once known as the ‘Belle au Bois Dormant’ (Sleeping Beauty), Bordeaux now has an international reputation not only as one of the greatest producers of the world’s best wines, but as a young, energetic and progressive city. Now imagine traveling to this destination in the most comfort imaginable, with more legroom, more exquisite meals and on-plane services, and more convenience than ever. Smart travelers ensure that they make the best of their travels by booking business class flights to Bordeaux.

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Bordeaux Airport and Business Class Lounge

Located only 7.5 miles west of the city center, the Bordeaux-Merignac Airport is the 6th-busiest airport in France. When you book business class flights to Bordeaux, you get to make full use of and enjoy the luxurious, comfortable and peaceful lounge provided at this international hub. A hostess will first greet you and ensure that you have everything that you need, whether you are traveling for business or for pleasure. Here you will find a wide range of delicious drinks and snacks, a reading corner and televisions, powerful Wi-Fi access and ports for your computer, tablet and mobile phone. So, relax and recharge, or take the opportunity to catch up and get some work done.


Things To Do In Bordeaux

There is so much to do and see in beautiful Bordeaux. In fact, half of the city is considered a UNESCO World Heritage site, making it the largest urban center in the world to be so, so try to make sure you give yourself time to explore as much of it as possible! You could perhaps begin by taking a stroll down Sainte-Catherine Street in the pedestrian city center and admire the scenery and beautifully restored architecture. For a wonderful panoramic view of Bordeaux, you could climb the 243 steps of Saint-Michel bell-tower.

Another historic attraction not to be missed is the Quais, which is also great for a beautiful scenic walk along the Garonne River. Or, you can catch a ride on a ferry and observe the many charming bridges, especially the famous Aquitaine Bridge, a large suspension bridge northwest of the city, and the Jacques-Chaban-Delmas lift bridge located between the Quais and the Aquitaine.

Be sure to stop by Place de la Victoire, an important city plaza frequented by workers, students and tourists alike, and which occupies the site of an old fairground from the Middle Ages. Here, you can also find the Victory Arch, which is a fantastic example of the city’s Roman heritage. To see why Bordeaux is sometimes nicknamed “Little Paris”, head to the sophisticated Gambetta Square where you can shop and explore many independent shops offering up specialties of Bordeaux. Try the chocolates from Darricau House, sample the scrumptious cannelés, confections said to have been invented by nuns over 200 years ago, or bide your time at one of the many fancy tea shops waiting to be discovered.

There are many more landmarks worth seeking out, such as the Girondins memorial in Quinconces Square and Mariadeck, where you can find one of the biggest libraries in France. If you’d like to spend some time in a museum, Bordeaux does not disappoint and is home to several world-class establishments, such as Musee D’Aquitaine, home to many Gallo-Roman statues, Musee D’Art Contemporain for the modern art-lover, and Musee National des Douanes, which is a unique museum that focuses on the history of France’s commerce.

Without a doubt, a number one reason to come to Bordeaux is if you want to taste some mind-blowing local wines. Vineyard tours and sampling excursions are one of the top things to do here, for here lie some of the best, most prestigious, and of course most delicious wines in the world. Some of the most renowned wines, to list but a few, include Château Haut Brion, Château Latour, Château Lafite Rothschild, Château Cheval Blanc, Château Pavillon, Château Ausone, and so many more. One could in fact travel to Bordeaux exclusively to experience the local wines and the industry surrounding it, as it is after all the second largest growing region in the world, producing at least 800 million bottles per year. Tour options are plentiful and happen daily, but if you have your heart set on a particular tour, you might consider calling ahead for a reservation. Daily tours that start from Bordeaux head toward every major vineyard in the area, including The Medoc, Saint Emilion, Canon Fronsac, Graves and Sauternes. If you visit during the summer, there are many festivals coinciding with the “Bordeaux-fete-le-fleuve’ that takes place on the Quais and the Pont de Pierre each year and includes fireworks and live music.

In Bordeaux there are countless great places to eat and the choices are endless. For a great dining experience with a great view, try Café du Port. Some other ideas for delicious regional French meals include Cassolette Café (try the ‘menu goutatout’), Couleurs Café, La Tupina, or Bistrot Glouton. There is quite the lively nightlife in Bordeaux as well, so be sure to stop by such establishments as Le Café Brun, Le Break, Le Frog and Rosbif, or Dick Turpin’s.


Getting Around Bordeaux

Bordeaux is rather large, but most of the attractions you’ll want to visit are located in or very close to the city center. The best way to explore the city when you arrive on business class flights to Bordeaux is to walk and take advantage of the many pedestrian areas the picturesque city has to offer. There is also a high-tech public transit system that has been fairly recently upgraded, so you can also get around via tram, bus, and the new electric buses, but avoid taking buses during rush hour as you will just be caught in a terrible traffic jam. The electric bus, the ‘navette du centre-ville’, is the only vehicle allowed on pedestrian roads and has no formal stops on its route; just wave at the driver when you want to get on or off and you will be let out. Another great way to get around Bordeaux is by bicycle, as the city is very flat, has many dedicated bike lanes, and is a cheap and easy way to get around and see the city.

When you book business class flights to Bordeaux, you will arrive in this beautiful and historic locale fresh and energized for your stay, whether you are traveling for business or for pleasure. Enjoy yourself fully and immerse yourself in this famous French city. Business class flights to Bordeaux will always ensure that you travel in comfort and with the best services possible so that you arrive at your destination ready to make priceless memories.

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