There are plenty of shopping streets in Bordeaux. 3mn walk away from Central Hostel, I find that la rue du pas Saint-Georges has really cool and trendy boutiques. POP, rue Sainte Colombe, is also a pop-up store where I go from time to time to discover new brands from around the world
The wine museum of Bordeaux, La Cité du Vin. Mainly for its architecture and to discover the cultures and civilisations of wine. Beside, you can taste a glass of wine at the Belvedere with a 360° view of Bordeaux, not bad!
Places to party ?
I never party! Just kidding... but don't tell my mum. L'Iboat, is a ferry on 3 levels located in the historic district north of the city, on the Tidal bassin. It's a fun and original space with eclectic music venues. La Plage - Le Club, is another option, after Central Hostel that said
Guilty pleasure ?
A pizza at Peppone, classic Bordelaise institution since decades. You must pick up your own wine bottle directly from the restaurant's cellar! Masaniello is also know for the best pizza in town
On Sundays ?
Often I'll have lunch around the fancy place des Chartrons followed by a stroll on rue Notre Dame for a window shopping session around the very fashionable antiques and decoration boutiques