Bordeaux is an underrated city, despite it being famous for creating some of the most fragrant wines in the entire region of France. What’s more, the undisturbed landscape is alike to a scene on a postcard. The golden-bricked buildings are organised in a grid-like formation, replicating each other, making it easy to get lost in the alleys. The cobbled streets are reminiscent of Paris, although they remain thankfully, much quieter.
The city has seen little development over the years, making it a divine cultural hub for visitors to experience a real French city that hasn’t been overly commercialised.#