Shopping in Bordeaux
With the longest pedestrian shopping street in Europe, Bordeaux is a shopping haven. Throughout its history, it has been a place of bustling trade merchants seeking to make their fortune in cloth and wine. Still today, there are the fine fashion houses of the Golden Triangle and the wine shops of Chartrons. A burgeoning alternative shopping district exists around the Place Fernand Lafargue, where rock chicks and libertarians will find boutiques to suit their style.
Wineries, food stores, markets of all kinds, large brands and designer objects can be found when walking in the streets of Bordeaux. The variety is huge and every shopper can find what they are looking for. Markets are also a great place to have a bite and a walk, and second-hand in big in Bordeaux.
Located in a prime position in the prestigious retail district 'The Golden Triangle', formed by the Cours de l'Intendance, the Cours Clemenceau and the Allées de Tourny, this shopping center is an ideal place to go sightseeing and shopping in an outsantding architectural setting.
Located just a few minutes by foot from the city-center and connected to tramway line A, Mériadeck shopping center is a mix of shops, services and restaurants on three levels. With Auchan hypermarket open til 21.30 pm and gourmet shops such as Baillardran, Dubernet or De Neuville chocolate, Mériadeck offers the best choice for food.
The "Quai des Marques", located in the hangers on the Quais, is a sort of outdoor shopping mall with shops, cafes and restaurants. The shops are discounted, and you'll find a great choice, ranging from Reebock and Le Coq Sportif, to Hugo Boss, Teddy Smith, Princess Tam Tam, DPAM (kids) and many more. The prices are reasonable and it's a great way to shop and enjoy the beautiful walk along the quais.