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You can visit these small ruins as they are near the Jardin Botanique. Yes, the ruins are small, but charming and the residential neighborhood is worth visiting especially if you are a traveler who likes to get the flavor of a city. If you are...More
We went here because it was near our hotel & we had only a limited time left before we had to leave Bordeaux. We were lucky enough to be in time to join a tour which took us into the site which is fenced off...More
After the many churches, stately architecture and elegant squares Bordeaux has to offer, Palais Gallien constitutes a nice contrast.
Set a reasonable walk out of the centre in a relatively quiet and modest residential area, this small Roman ruin makes a striking and romantic scene...More
We caught the C tram to Jardin Public and walked through the garden to reach these Roman ruins which was once part of an amphitheatre built in the 3rd Century. Most of it has been destroyed to make way for housing. It is a bit...More
Well worth the walk all the way along the Rue de Palais Galien from Place Gambetta to see these ruins. They are well hidden amongst housing near to the Jardin Public and you really get the WOW factor as you come across them. There is...More
The Palais Gallien is the last free standing ruin of Roman times in Bordeaux. Once a roman arena, all that is left are the few archways and stoneworks, but you can freely (both cost and time) walk amongst them with an information leaflet. It is...More