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Rue Ste Catherine, Bordeaux

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Rue Ste Catherine--the longest pedestrian street in Europe--is the main shopping area in the city. The 1.2 km (.75 mi) rue runs north and south, linking Place de la Comédie and Place de la Victoire. At the midpoint, visit Place Saint-Project to see its church, bell tower, and fountain. In addition to individual shops along the street, you 'll also find the entrance to Galerie Bordelaise, a shopping mall that opened in 1834. Put Rue Ste Catherine on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Bordeaux vacation builder.
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  • every year it is an activity that I do I can't not go shopping in the rue ste cath :-)
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  • Shopping street very very, very many signs are represented. With a good budget, you can indulge in some original shop has the dark like every big city tramps take place on no doors
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  • A shopping street with the same stores as everywhere (Zara, Go sport...), except at the end, theatre, a gallery including the deco and some shops seem more authentic (toy store). But too many world, worse than the Paris metro in peak hours (okay, it was the flea market, so maybe for this... agoraphobes: flee!)
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