Discover its beauty, its rich cultural heritage, as well as the Atlantic coast.
Welcome to the sixth largest city in France, with nearly 800,000 inhabitants. Its renowned universities welcome nearly 70,000 local students and around 7,500 international students, making it a very dynamic city, full of life and energy.
Newdeal Institut, located a stone’s throw from the historic center of Bordeaux, helps you to combine pleasure and education to perfection. Come and take advantage of our French lessons in the morning and enjoy your afternoons of discovery alone or with us!
History, gastronomy, beauty and tradition; the perfect mix for a successful stay.
With its 6 million tourists in 2019, Bordeaux ranks among the top 10 cities not to be missed in France. Its rich history of more than 20 centuries will take you from antiquity to modern times through its nearly 300 historical monuments, all embellished with a touch of south-western warmth and a wine-growing tradition dating back more than 2000 years.
Culture without forgetting the fun! If Saint Emilion, Pauillac, Médoc or Mouton Rothschild ring a bell, it is no coincidence. Coming to Bordeaux also means coming to discover its wine culture- why not indulge yourself at one of the many good restaurants such as Gordon Ramsay’s brasserie “Le Bordeaux”.
A wide variety of activities
In Bordeaux you can:
– Stroll through the historic center classified as a Unesco Heritage.
– Discover the Place de la Bourse and its reflecting pool.
– Embark on a cruise ship to discover the city to the rhythm of the Garonne.
– Immerse yourself in history and art by visiting the city of wine, the Aquitaine museum, the CAPC (contemporary art museum), the grand theater, the natural history museum and many more.
– Enjoy the Arcachon basin …
An attractive and accessible city
Ideally located on the southwest coast of France, Bordeaux is just 2 hours from Paris by train, less than a 1 hour drive from the beaches and around a 2 hour drive from Spain. Arcachon, Biarritz, La Rochelle, Lourdes and Toulouse are easily accessible destinations for those who want to enjoy a relaxing weekend.
With its large number of student residences and its renowned university hub, Bordeaux is attracting more and more young people who are eager to learn. Its large number of pubs and restaurants creates a young and festive atmosphere that livens up Bordeaux until the early hours.