The Bordeaux Exchange Square is the world's wine trading center. Every day, tourists and traders from all over the world come here to trade wines from various wineries. It is definitely the most lively place in Bordeaux, and it is worth coming to experience it.
A fountain in front of the Bordeaux Exchange Square. When it is still, the effect of adding light to it is really like a mirror. Many pictures are taken just in the morning. If you catch up with the fountain, it’s a bit like a fairyland. It looks like there will be a little more people when you go in the afternoon, and you can just punch a card when you pass by, which is quite distinctive.
The landmark of Bordeaux, located on the banks of the Garonne. Also known as Crystal Plaza, I recommend everyone to go at night, it is much more beautiful at night than during the day. Because at night, after the square lights up, there will be fountains on the ground. The scene is very spectacular and beautiful. There are not many people in Bordeaux, so it is very quiet.
Go east along the Victor Hugo Grove, through the 260-year-old Burgundy Gate, to the Garonne River. Not far north along the river bank is the famous water mirror. In 2006, French landscape architect Michel Corajoud was inspired by the beautiful water waves in front of St. Mark's Square in Venice and designed the mirror of water in Bordeaux. The granite slab in front of the Bordeaux Stock Exchange is covered with 2cm of water to create a mirror effect. If the sky is beautiful, the sun-lit stock exchange building shines with gold, and the reflection in the water mirror shines. I heard that the lights in the building are beautiful at night. If time permits, I must go again.
Bordeaux is called "Little Paris", a city and port in southwestern France. Located at the lower reaches of the Garonne River, 98 kilometers away from the Atlantic Ocean. Erdo is located on the southern bank of the Garonne River. It is a very traditional French city. Its clear waters, blue sky and unique natural environment are second to none in France.