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Nouvelle-Aquitaine

France
Place de la Bourse showing a fountain and heritage architecture

Popular cities in Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Bordeaux which includes street scenes and heritage elements
Bordeaux
Known for Shopping, Tour and Business
A UNESCO world heritage site since 2007, Bordeaux's urban and architectural treasures are some of the most prestigious in the world.

Reasons to visit

  • St. Michael Basilica
  • The City of Wine
  • Cap Sciences
Biarritz featuring a beach
Biarritz
Known for Surfing, Romantic and Monument
Biarritz combines the architectural charm of a 1900s seaside town, the energy of abundant Atlantic waves and colourful arts and crafts.

Reasons to visit

  • Biarritz Lighthouse
  • Biarritz Aquarium
  • Cote des Basques
La Rochelle showing heritage elements and a coastal town
La Rochelle
Known for Port, Walking and Marina
See the ocean from multiple angles in this medieval seafaring city, which features beaches, an aquarium, a maritime museum and one of Europe’s largest marinas.

Reasons to visit

  • Aquarium La Rochelle
  • Tour St. Nicolas
  • La Rochelle Hotel de Ville
Limoges Cathedral featuring heritage architecture and a church or cathedral
Limoges
Known for Museum, Monument and Castle
Famous for its porcelain, Limoges is also full of other treasures and is packed with all kinds of surprises... history, architecture, culture: get carried away by the historic capital of the Limousin region!

Reasons to visit

  • Limoges Cathedral
  • Jardin de l'Eveche
  • Musee National Adrien Dubouche
Bayonne
Bayonne
Known for Shopping, Cathedral and Cheese
Just a few miles from the busy tourist city of Biarritz, the French Basque Country’s beautifully preserved capital offers an authentic taste of Basque culture. 
Poitiers
Poitiers
Known for Cathedral, Church and Business
When you think of Poitiers, you may think of Futuroscope... but the city has much more to offer! On the banks of the River Clain, the beating heart of the Poitou-Charentes region is full of history and culture, and less than two hours away from Paris.