Alexis Gerbaud
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Cultural Bordeaux

1st commandment of the European Capital of Smart Tourism prize: the cultural heritage and creativity you will developBetween historical and architectural legacy of the 18th century and new alternative movements, dive into the bubbling heritage of the city.


Bordeaux is an intergenerational city with a rich historical and architectural heritage. The city has the largest urban perimeter classified by UNESCO with 347 monuments. But not only, the contemporary architecture of Bordeaux as well as its urban and offbeat places also allow it to stand out.

Bordeaux is also a city that knows how to be creative and innovative. Its modern museums and varied cultural venues contribute to this: the Cité du Vin, where it is possible to discover the universe of oenology throughout the world through an immersive and multisensory experience. Or Cap Sciences, a fun cultural centre to explore the scientific world in an interactive way. These two venues are also perfect for your business events. Indeed, the Cité du Vin has a 250 seat auditorium, reception and meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 1000 people for seated meals. CAP Sciences has meeting rooms as well, a living lab and a conference room for up to 80 people. Its restaurant can also be converted into a plenary room of 180 people.