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Bordeaux, France
Rue Sainte-Catherine
+33 5 56 48 23 21
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All reviews shopping street long street great shopping lots of shops shop till you drop top end galeries lafayette shopping heaven longest pedestrian shopping shopping experience shoppers paradise place de la victoire grand theatre beggars zara fnac pedestrianised
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Reviewed today via mobile

Always worth a stroll Always full of people, famillies, youngsters, old ladies, neWly wed...everybody meets and finds something on Rue Ste Catherine. It starts near the grand theatre, grand hotel, croses the rue porte Dijeau at the strategic crosroad oxcupied by Max Donald, then it...More

Thank christianbdx2017
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This is a must for shopping, if you cannot find what you need in this shopping paradise I would be amazed. Great feel to this Street of every shop imaginable. A must visit, certainly for the Ladies

Thank Ian J
Reviewed 1 week ago

Hardly worth listing but it is a straight narrowish road with just a few interesting shops.Mostly food and clothes.It is a good reference point for getting around the more interesting places and either end of it is more interesting.

Thank David R
Reviewed 1 week ago

This pedestrian-only shopping street runs for almost a mile from the Place de la Comedie at the north end with the Grand Theatre, the tourist info office and the Intercontinental hotel, south to the Place de la Victoire and the university. The high end shopping...More

Thank Y2273USgeorger
Reviewed 1 week ago

Our ship came in on a Sunday night. Expecting things to be quiet, we found it was anything but quiet. Revelers milled about, frequenting cafes (and even McDonald's) and taking a closer look at us and our ship. Happy people spread happiness. Along the Place...More

Thank on_the_go_98765
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Good way to get your bearings is to wonder around day and/or night. Lots of bars and restaurants and shops and people.

Thank Martin H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

How much Euro shopping do you need? If you wish to visit every major mall chain from Europe or North America, stop here. Otherwise, take a pass. IT is not even fun to walk thru this.

Thank olliemom2016
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Rue St. Catherine is the main walking street in Bordeaux. It is almost always filled with people from couples with baby carriages to street musicians to shoppers and lovers. If you sit outside anywhere along this route and watch the people it is fascinating and...More

Thank atljpb
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Walked the length of this street which wonderfully paved and safe it took us about two hours as we stopped off at shops to browse and caffe' to eat. It is well worth the walk

Thank Michael G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

All the shops in one area. Tram lines B and C at one end and B at the other with line A mid way. Visit Grosse Cloche on Rue Victor Hugo, about half way along. Good places to eat to suit all tastes and budgets....More

Thank Lin W
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barbara p
March 30, 2018|
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Response from Nitvoyodelo | Reviewed this property |
No, in most of Europe stores are closed. You might find a food store open for limited hours but that’s it!