Quality Hotel Bordeaux Centre
27 rue du Parlement
Phone: (33) 5 56819512
Fax: (33) 5 56445051
Le Bus de l'Art Contemporain which literally translates as the bus of contemporary art is a one of a kind bus service for all art lovers. The bus takes a trip all around the city and gives a ride to interested people to exhibitions and galleries. There is a cultural mediator on board who gives information about the places of visit. Passengers are welcomed by artists and gallery owners and it is their exclusive chance to get in touch in various art works and venues. Registration is recommended to secure seats. So if you are an art lover roaming on the streets of Bordeaux, then look around; you might just spot the BAC and get a ride!
Rue du Loup is one of the most popular streets of Bordeaux. This street is a potpourri of sorts with myriad restaurants, concerts and art galleries being a part of it. The street is bustling with many tourists and locals and is known to be one of the busy streets of the city. Besides the classy French restaurants and cafes, the street is also a venue for many music concerts and events. There is even the annual music festival that you cannot miss. So when in Bordeaux, make sure you come to this part of the city.
This cybercafé distinguishes itself from others by its many facetted nature and a willingness to make people feel at ease. In addition to a friendly welcome and a peaceful setting, without any multi-player games, the café also exhibits the work of young, local artists. The computers occupy two well lit rooms, complete with scanner and printer. You can surf the web or take lessons in Internet use, with as much tea or coffee as you need. The staff can help you either get started or improve your knowledge of the Internet.
The Tourism Office of Bordeaux is just two steps from the Grand Théâtre and is where you will find brochures about historic monuments and tourist attractions, as well as information on local restaurants, bars, shops as well as hotels. Additionally, there are schedules of cultural performances and movie times. The workers are absolutely friendly and willing to answer any questions that you may have about where to go or what to see during your stay in Bordeaux. Hours vary throughout the year, so call or see the website for more information about opening hours and more. This office specializes in Bordeaux and the nearby towns, for more information about traveling in the region, also check out the Tourism Office of Gironde.
Ecole du Vin is a world renowned wine school in the center of Bordeaux. In the country of wines, this may be the best way to train your palette and develop a keen sense for tasting. The Bordeaux Wine School offers a variety of courses. You can take up the intensive program, or the a la carte program, customized to your needs. And if you are on a short trip to the city, sign up for the summer course which is the shortest one. With courses like this, this school will always keep you in high spirits.
Bordeaux is the largest city in France and is well known for its fine architecture and rich heritage. The city boasts of a huge number of museums, recreation parks, beautiful churches and shopping centers that you can visit at leisure. Hop into one of the many restaurants serving delectable local and Mediterranean fare, offering what France is best known for: Bordeaux wines! A trip to this quaint city is truly a feast for the senses!
Réseau Paul Bert is a place that is known for its social and cultural activities. This institute is bustling with various events and programs throughout the year. There are many art exhibitions held here that provide a lucrative platform for many artists. You can also keep a track of the various workshops they organize for children. There are many classes and learning seminars as well. There is also a brasserie, a bar and a cafe; overall, a place that disseminates its social parameters.
One of the many Bordeaux Universities.
The framework is as important as the painting or photograph that it adorns. L'Encadr'Heure boasts of unique styles and designs of frames. You can choose from the existing collection or order a customized frame as per your requirements. For further details, call ahead.
With a creative bend of mind, N'a qu'1 œil is a publishing association that organizes and hosts events for the promotion of books and literary material. It is a perfect place for publishers and authors to promote their work using innovative methods. The association has traversed a dynamic path and the events and workshops organized are unique and interesting. For further information, log on to their website.
When it opened in 1995 this was the city's first cybercafé and it's still a popular venue for gamers and users of the Internet. In the heart of Bordeaux, just by the Musée d'Aquitaine, it offers a pleasant setting and excellent facilities. There are 18 computers as well as word-processing software, a printer, scanner and separate smoking and non-smoking areas. If the simple pleasure of enjoying a hot chocolate or coffee while using the computer is not enough, multi-player game tournaments are arranged with other French cybercafés.
Two rooms of computers allow you to connect to the Internet, play networked games and print documents using Word. Fees are EUR3 for a half hour and EUR5 for one hour. Drinks like hot chocolate, tea, coffee and fruit juices can be ordered while surfing the net or consulting your emails. For those feeling hungry, the bar serves hot dishes, sandwiches and ice creams. A simple décor but a warm welcome and service. The young, easy-going atmosphere attracts many computer gamers.