Very large room of 18m², fully furnished. It has a double bed (140x190) and a bedside table with lamp. A working area is included, composed of a desk with chair and lamp. The room also has storage space: a wardrobe with hanging space and a shelf. The room also has an armchair.
Located in the city centre of Bordeaux, this 166m² flat is ideally situated a few steps from the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design and close to all amenities. The flat is on the 4th floor of a secure building. The flat is composed of 7 rooms, a kitchen, a bathroom, a shower room and a separate toilet. All rooms are fully equipped and furnished. Each room in the flat is eligible for APL according to CAF conditions.
Tram Gambetta - Musée des Arts Décoratifs et du Design - Ligne B / Hôtel de Ville - Ligne A
The city centre of Bordeaux offers an emblematic concentration of the great city of history. Firstly, the city is a heritage and cultural jewel but also a commercial heart. Living in the centre of Bordeaux allows you to enjoy all the advantages of a dynamic city centre with all the amenities, typical sites and monuments as well as an art of living under the sun of the South-West. Nearest useful addresses: Pharmacy: 11 place Gambetta - Bakery: 76 rue des Trois-Conils - Supermarket: 17 rue du Père Louis Jabrun
Découvrez la ville de Bordeaux
Located 2 hours from Paris by train, in the heart of the wine region, Bordeaux is an attractive city combining heritage and modernity. Located on the Garonne River, it invites you to memorable river escapades.Voted first city to visit in France in 2017, the city is full of monuments and places not to be missed, such as its famous Place de la Bourse, whose fountain is reflected in the water mirror. You can discover the Gothic cathedral of Saint Andrew, mansions built in the 18th and 19th centuries, art museums, large public gardens following the curves of the quays along the river. The historical heritage mixes with more recent elements such as the Darwin Ecosystem, an alternative place that gathers grocery stores, restaurants, an urban farm or a coworking space. You can also visit the brand new Cité du Vin, a glass tower that pays tribute to the region’s internationally recognized wine-making expertise. Epicureans will enjoy the city by tasting its specialties, especially the famous Bordeaux canelés.