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The Shopping to Visit
Discover the Bordeaux wines in an exceptional setting with a beautiful circular staircase.
Pétrusse is a great shop to buy beautiful cashmere or luxurious silk pashminas. You will also find superb, hand-woven scarves in here.
If you want to buy wine but do not feel like venturing outside the city all the way to the wineries and castles, Bordeaux’s streets and squares are full of wine merchants. One of the oldest and more popular wine of them is Badie.
Sunday Flea Market (St-Michel)
Sunday is the day to visit the flea market on Quai de Salinières. Here you can find everything from a cheerful mess of furniture to nick-knacks, clothes and books - all of which is second-hand. These types of markets are the classic family or friends outing in France, and a great Sunday activity.
Locally-made goose liver and goat cheese are sold at the Capuçins Market on Saturdays. At the Centre Commercial Saint Christoly and the Galerie des Grand s Hommes department stores there are innumerable shops, cafés and fast food outlets. If you like sweets things, Baillardran on Grands Hommes is the must for cakes, pastries and sweets.
Bordeaux Shopping Areas
Bordeaux’s luxury shops are situated in a district called ”the golden triangle,” between Cours de l´intendance, Cours Georges Clemenceau and Allées de Tourny. Here you will find Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Longchamps, Kenzo, Hermes and Dior. Look for bargains in the young and trendy shops on rue St. Catherine and rue Porte-Dijeaux: Galeries Lafayette, Levi’s, Disney Store, Foot Locker, Lacoste, Zara, H&M.