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Visitor Information for Bordeaux, France

Information Sources

The local tourism offices provide a wealth of information, and often can mail English-language brochures to your home address for help in the planning process. It is also a good idea to visit the tourism office of every locality to get maps, brochures and helpful advice.

Office de Tourisme de Bordeaux
33-05-56-00-66-00,
12 Cours du XXX Juillet,
Bordeaux
www.bordeaux-tourisme.com

Office de Tourisme de Périgueux
33-05-53-53-10-63
26 Place Francheville
Périgueux
tourisme@perigueux.fr
www.tourisme-perigueux.fr

Office de Tourisme d’Agen
33-05-53-47-36-09
107 Boulevard Carnot
Agen
otsi.agen@wanadoo.fr
www.ot-agen.org

To find out about the shopping options in Bordeaux, consult the
Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie de Bordeaux
33-05-56-79-50-00
12 Place de la Bourse,
Bordeaux
www.bordeaux.cci.fr
The Chamber has a comprehensive website devoted to the city’s shopping (www.bordeaux-shopping.com), including tips on opening hours and converting clothing sizes.

To see Aquitaine arts and crafts in the creation stage, and to buy great locally-made wares, make stops along the Route des Métiers d’Arts or contact the
Association pour la Promotion des Métiers d’Art d’Aquitaine
33-05-57-22-57-36
353 Boulevard du Président Wilson
Bordeaux
www.route-metiers-d-art-aquitaine.com
The Association has maps and a book on various artists in the region.

Last updated April 1, 2012
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