Are you currently hesitating when choosing the city for your studies? Don’t, Bordeaux is the place for you. Just find out below how the coastal city earned its intense buzz.
Sasha highlights the diversity of the bar scene in Bordeaux, especially on Thursdays where she appreciates an evening out for drinks. All bars are suitable for mingling and making new encounters. Each has its own atmosphere, here are the ones Sasha recommends:
Le Jamborée with the courtesy of 'TripAdvisor'
Sasha is a music festival fan, especially the ones in the region, and she seems proud to have seen famous musicians and bands. 'I was fortunate to see Muse, Chines man, Feder, Orelsan and other musicians'. This was made possible given the various events organised all year long:
Newly-arrived Bordeaux residents appreciate the coastal nature of the city. The best thing about the proximity with the Atlantic is spending nice weekends with family or friends. Sasha particularly likes this type of trips : 'We can spend nice moments on the beach or have picnics under the sun while playing Mölkky or cards.
We relax and unwind while enjoying the calmness of the ocean. Then we usually buy an oyster platter, a sausage, a few bottles of wine and have a nice snack while admiring the sunset', explains the Vatel Bordeaux student.
When fiendlness resonate with Cap-Ferret.
Bordeaux also has neighboring coastal destinations, as inspiring as the city itself: Lacanau, Arcachon, Pyla Dune, Cap Ferret...
Bordeaux in 3 words? 'Conviviality, accessibility and authenticity', according to Sasha.
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