The French city of Bordeaux is well-known for being home to a number of historic vineyards, which produce some of the tastiest wine found anywhere in the world.
And while it would be wrong to ignore this reality, it is also important to recognise that there is more to this charming city than its alcoholic produce.
Indeed, there is so much to see and do in this popular tourist destination that you won't be short of choice on your next camping holiday in France.
If you're looking to enjoy a cultured experience, for instance, then it's definitely worth taking the time to visit Musee D'Art Contemporain, which houses different exhibits throughout the year.
In the event that you're looking for a bit of creative inspiration, the installations here seem sure to provide you with a bit of that.
Alternatively, how about taking a trip to Musee D'Aquitaine, which showcases Gallo-Roman statues and relics dating back 25,000 years. What's more, it costs absolutely nothing to see the permanent collection - which is always nice.
For something completely different, however, you could watch the local football team in action.
Bordeaux is one of the biggest clubs in France and if you're lucky enough to book tickets on a weekend when the likes of Paris Saint Germain or Monaco are in town, you will see some of the world's top stars.
Even if you're not a huge fan of football, it's always worth taking the opportunity to see a game on the continent, as it is a markedly different experience.
There is also plenty of impressive architecture to be enjoyed here, including the Victory Arch, which is seen as a great example of the city's Roman roots.
With so much to enjoy in the city, there's no danger that you'll be short of things to do on your next break in France.
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