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The new car park « La Cité du Vin » is now officially open to the public in Bordeaux.


The new car park « La Cité du Vin » is now officially open to the public in Bordeaux. The car park offers 405 regular spaces as well as 9 places for disabled, 5 charging stations for electric vehicles (including 1 for disabled), and 13 motorcycle spaces. The maximum height is limited to 1.95m.

This car park offers also a large area for bicycle storage with 75 spaces equipped with 4 charging points. This storage is locked and accessible day and night with a personal access badge.

La Cité du Vin car park, with its metallic mesh facade and six floors, is made of a refined design, constructed without columns and designed for user comfort. As part of the development program of BMA (Bordeaux Métropole Aménagement) and under the direction of the architect Michelin, the car park is totally integrated into the “Bassin à Flots” urbanistic project. That same project is in the immediate vicinity of La Cité du Vin, the Halle Gastronomique, the future hotels as well as the office building.

From left to right: François Rivière, Marc Grasset, Vincent Legendre, Roland Cracco, Alain Juppé, Nathalie Delattre, Pascal Gerasimo.