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Bordeaux conventions, exhibitions and meetings are held in the Palais des Congres. Overlooking the lake of Bordeaux, the contemporary facility has ten commission rooms, three amphitheatres and an exhibition space. The Bordeaux Palais de la Bourse is another venue for meetings, conventions, conferences and receptions. The facility offers ocean views, Internet, onsite security staff, dance floors and 22 meeting rooms. Bordeaux hotels including Interhotel Apolonia and Le Provencal are located near the Congress Centre.
Miles and Bistro I'Exploit offer excellent French cuisine to enrich your Bordeaux dining experience. Other cuisines you can enjoy include Asian, Italian, European, Spanish and Chinese. Everything from fine dining to casual restaurants is available. The Breakfast Club and L'Etat Major offer more casual settings, each serving delicious food. Some Bordeaux hotels such as the Boutique Hotel have restaurants where you can enjoy good food in a relaxing, warm atmosphere.
Rue Sainte-Catherine is the main shopping street in Bordeaux, France. Here you will find Rolex, Hermes and Hugo Boss. Meriadeck is the largest shopping centre in the city. While shopping malls stay open all day, many of the smaller businesses and boutiques close for two hours each afternoon for lunch.
Pont de Pierre offers stunning views and the bell tower at Grosse Cloche de Bordeaux is a lovely historic landmark. The Chateau Pape Clement is a charming castle with beautiful architecture. Other places of interest for those who love architecture include Port of the Moon, Place Parlement, St. Andre Cathedral and Notre Dame Church.
Girondins de Bordeaux is the main football team, and Stade Bordelais is the main rugby team. Velorome du Lac is a wooden velodrome that hosts the UCI Track Cycling World Cup events. One of France's strongest cricket teams of the South West League is at home in Bordeaux.