Catherine Avenue is also quite interesting, the street is very wide, this street is also very interesting, some shops on the street are also very popular, some of the things I buy are French internal products.
The turning point of the tramway in front of the Grand Theatre of Bordeaux is the starting point of Avenue Sainte Catherine. This is the most prosperous shopping street in Bordeaux and can only be walked. There are no luxury shops on the street, mainly cheap brands, a bit like the Ladies Street in Athens, mango, kiko, pull&bear, sephora, Geox and so on.
The Avenue Sainte Catherine is the most famous commercial street in Bordeaux. The street is very neat and clean, with various shopping malls on both sides, and big-name products from all over the world gather here. It was near Christmas when we went, and the whole street was decorated with a festive and festive atmosphere, very beautiful.
Rue Sainte-Catherine is well-known and is the main commercial street in Bordeaux. The architectural style on both sides of the road is elegant. Hotels, restaurants, boutique shops are located next to each other. Under the blue sky, white clouds and bright sunshine, walking on the street can experience the rich Bordeaux style. Tram line A or B to St. Catherine station.
This is a very good street for shopping. It has a moderate length. It will not walk endlessly like the Champs Elysées. The legs will break quickly; it will not be too wide. If you see a favorite shop on the opposite side, just walk two or three steps. There are not too many pedestrians and it will not make people irritable; many people-friendly shops, prices and styles are very pleasing... The only regret is that they closed too early, they closed after 19:00, and I haven't visited enough!