Bordeaux Congress and Meeting Guide

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With over 6 million visitors coming per year and its recent title of « Destination to discover in 2017 » by Lonely Planet, Bordeaux is more popular than ever and has been beneficiating from a rise of creativity and innovation. Part of Bordeaux’s popularity is due to its very rich architecture, with both historical and contemporary designs, with 360 monuments listed UNESCO World Heritage. In addition Bordeaux is known for its refined lifestyle and status of wine capital of the world.

Bordeaux is an ideal destination for both tourism and business, with 5 labelled clusters, 7 congress and exhibition centers with a seating capacity ranging from 200 to 1500 seats, 150 000m² of exhibition areas, and 200 hotels offering 12 000 rooms in total, the destination is equipped to host events of all sizes.

Bordeaux is easily accessible thanks to its international airport, high speed train station that will be able to reach Paris in 2 hours in July 2017 and its tramway network. In order to help you plan your meetings or events in Bordeaux, Bordeaux’s convention bureau designed the Bordeaux Congress & Meeting Guide 2017. This extensive guide contains many useful information tailored to the needs of your professional events.

This guide contains information about Bordeaux, its facilities and accessibility and lists contact information and details about congress centers, accommodations, event venues, DMC, PCO, event agencies, caterers and other services.

The guide is available to consult online using this link:

http://congress.bordeaux-tourism.co.uk/

If you need any information concerning the guide or to help you plan a future event you are welcome to contact Bordeaux’s convention bureau.

Contacts:

+33 5 56 52 53 11

Natahlie Beale – Corporate Meetings – n.beale@bordeaux-tourisme.com

Florine Guionnet – Association Congresses – f-guionnet@bordeaux-tourisme.com