A 1200 metre long shopping bonanza, this pedestrian street is said to be the longest shopping street in Europe, and it never disappoints. It’s been around since roman times and it’s basic function hasn’t changed over the two thousand years. The clothes shopping here is cheaper than in Paris, and a lot more accessible. The street slopes just a teensy bit, with the luxury shops on top and the cheerfully cheap at the bottom. Practically everyone is catered to over here, and there are lots of restaurants and cafes to recharge your batteries as you bemoan the fact that you can’t have everything. Coz believe me, you’ll want everything. And if your pockets are the humble kind, you’ll still have the people watching and the window shopping. They’re a treat too. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Bordeaux itinerary 1 day.
Rue Ste. Catherine Travel Tips
- You’re likely to come across beggars.
- Wear comfortable shoes; there’s a lot of walking to do.
How to Reach Rue Ste. Catherine
- Tram A stop Ste Catherine.
- Buses 24 and 45 stop Ste Catherine.
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89.56% of people who visit Bordeaux include Rue Ste. Catherine in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
51.96% of people start their Rue Ste. Catherine visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Rue Ste. Catherine
69.59% of people prefer walking in order to reach Rue Ste. Catherine
Rue Ste. Catherine Reviews & Ratings
Are stores open on Sunday... and what are the hours?Answer Report Abuse
Most of the stores in Bordeaux are closed on Sundays and the usual timings during a week are from 9 am/ 10 am to around 8 pm. Some stores may remain closed for lunch.Report Abuse