The city center, only accessible by tramway and bicycles, facilitates travel from one district to another with, always as a common thread, the Garonne river. Each neighborhood has its own atmosphere!
To the north, the Chartrons, a former stronghold of wine merchants, has become that of second-hand dealers, antique dealers, good restaurants and small independent shops. Then here is the vast Place des Quinconces. Behind its plane trees, the Grands Hommes district is a tribute to our thinkers, from Montaigne to Diderot: it is also called the “triangle” for its luxury stores, its mansions and the majestic Grand Théâtre, a masterpiece balance signed Victor Louis. Take a hook on the right and head for rue Sainte Catherine, the longest pedestrian and shopping street in Europe!