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The largest city in France and one of the largest in Europe, Bordeaux has much to offer its visitors. With a flat, sprawling landscape built along the river Garonne, it is known as “little Paris”. Its production and exportation of wine across the globe makes Bordeaux an economic powerhouse, but there are still plenty of historic sights to see. Ruled by both the English and the French, the city underwent a major transformation in the 18th century, with many of the buildings in today’s downtown area stemming from then.
The city has continued to develop throughout the 20th century, with the council taking on large development projects in art deco style. With a wealth of things to see and do, eat and drink, the only problem is what to choose first. Whatever you do, make sure you do it with Kyriad Bordeaux Lormont hotel, which is only 10 minutes away from the city centre by tram.