We've been talking about Paris, and today we're here to talk to you about Bordeaux, the fourth largest city in France.This city has the best-preserved 18th-century architectural complex in all of France, adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean, the Garonne River runs through the city, wrapped in large forests and lush vineyards, romantic and gentle, quaint and elegant, yet close to people without losing vitality, since 2015, has jumped to become the most livable city in the minds of the French.SexpuppeIf you were to summarize Bordeaux in three words, they would be: petty, niche, and refreshing.Yes, downtown Bordeaux is actually very small and relatively dense with small boutique stores. To make it easier for you to play and shop, we have divided the best neighborhoods to visit in Bordeaux into the three parts in the following chart: the Grand Théâtre - Golden Triangle (pink area), the Town Hall - Place Gambetta area (yellow area), and the Old Town - St. Pierre area (green area).Kleine SexpuppeIf we put all of them in one article, you will be tired of seeing them, so today we are going to visit the pink color "Bordeaux National Theatre - Golden Triangle" first.Built in the late 18th century, the National Theatre of Bordeaux has made the entire neighborhood the most underprivileged and luxurious in Bordeaux. The triangular area consisting of the three main city center streets - Cours de l'Intendance, Cours Georges Clemenceau, and Allées de Tourny - is known as the "The Golden Triangle of Bordeaux is where basically all the big brands and fashion stores are located.01 InterContinental BordeauxThe InterContinental Bordeaux is located across the street from the magnificent Bordeaux Opera House. The interior of the hotel is also very well "restored" to the elegant and luxurious style of the 18th century, cozy and chic. Guests can enjoy a superb view of Bordeaux from the outdoor bar on the top floor of the hotel.The hotel is equipped with a fitness center, an indoor swimming pool, a hammam and a sauna, and the spa, with its skincare treatments using products from the famous French cosmeceutical brand, Eucalyptus, is sure to provide you with an excellent experience of comfort.Real DollThe hotel's two Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Pressoir d'Argent, is not to be missed. Internationally renowned chef Gordon Ramsay uses locally sourced, seasonal ingredients to create a feast for your taste buds.02L'Intendant Wine CellarJust a few steps away from the Intercontinental Hotel is L'Intendant Wine Cellars, founded in 1886 by Mr. Sixte Duclot as DUCLOT, a renowned Bordeaux wine merchant, and purchased in 1959 by Mr. Jean-Pierre, whose son, Jean-Francois, took over the business in 1970 with the addition of two more wine retail outlets, one of which is L'Intendant Wine Cellars. L'Intendant.Manga SexpuppeIn the cellar, in addition to the local Bordeaux appellations such as Margaux, Pauillac, St. Emilion, Pomerol and other familiar appellations, in recent years, after rigorous selection, we can also find in the cellar Burgundy, the Rhone Valley, the Loire Valley and other high-quality wines of France and other countries in the world.03La Toque Cuivrée CornoliLa Toque Cuivrée is the representative traditional dessert of Bordeaux, and we sometimes even see it in other airports in France, which shows how much the French people love it. Originating in the 16th century, this "brass bell" dessert is made from simple ingredients, but it can be difficult to control the heat. The baked shell is crispy, the inside is fluffy with honeycomb holes, and the rum aroma is delicious.Milf Sex dollLa Toque Cuivrée, a favorite among Bordeaux locals, was created in 1988, following the most traditional and original methods of baking in copper molds, and is available in three sizes: Bouchée (small), Lunch (medium), and Gros (large), and, of course, in a wide range of gift packs.04 BaccaratBaccarat is France's most famous crystal brand, with a history of nearly 200 years, originally originated in the period of Louis XV, named after the glass manufacturing factory is located in the town of Baccarat in eastern France. Baccarat uses only the finest sand, exclusively from Belgium, to create its unrivaled brilliance.