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The Shopping to Visit
Baillardran is famous for being the expert in"canelés" — the compact French cakes with vanilla filling and caramelized crust.
Discover the Bordeaux wines in an exceptional setting with a beautiful circular staircase, with fine vintages dating back to 1945.
Pétrusse is a great shop to buy beautiful cashmere or luxurious silk pashminas. You will also find superb, handwoven scarves in here.
For wine lovers who don't want to venture out to the distant wineries and chateaux, Bordeaux's streets and squares are generously peppered with wine merchants. One of the oldest and most renowned among them is Badie. Offering a selection of rare champagnes, high-end wines and premium liquors, Badie is housed in an elegant 18th-century building, providing an exquisite shopping experience right in the heart of the city.
Neuf & Royal Markets of Saint Michel
Experience a true French tradition with a visit to the flea market on Quai de Salinières. From eclectic furniture and curiosities to second-hand clothes and books, you can find it all amidst the charming chaos. This kind of market excursion is a classic outing for French families and friends. You can choose between the vibrant offerings of the Neuf market and the Royal market's wide array of items — think crockery, trinkets, and furniture. It's a delightful fusion of enticing aromas and vibrant colours that promise a feast for the senses.
Locally sourced goose liver and goat cheese are sold at the Marché des Capucins on Saturdays. At the Centre Commercial Saint Christoly and La Galerie des Grands Hommes department stores there are innumerable shops, cafes and fast food outlets. If you like sweets things, Canelés Baillardran at Grands Hommes is the must for cakes, pastries and sweets.