Saint-Emilion

Northeast of Bordeaux, Saint-Emilion can be compared to a city museum as it has preserved its medieval character: Saint-Emilion and its jurisdiction are listed as World Heritage by Unesco. Among the sites to visit, the monolithic church is undoubtedly the most impressive carved into the rock between the eleventh and thirteenth century, the vaults rise up to twenty meters in height, dimensions that make this unique building in Europe. You can also visit the chapel and the catacombs, witnessed the troglodyte tradition of the city, Trinity Chapel of the thirteenth century or the dungeon of Roy, remains of the fortifications of the city. A heritage whose wine https://www.cityzeum.com/maison-des-vins-saint-emilion-25470 is of course an integral part: 5400ha of https://www.cityzeum.com/vignoble-de-saint -Emilion-25470 vineyards stretching all around the city of Saint-Emilion have the rare distinction of being registered themselves as world heritage by Unesco under "cultural landscape"! Some of https://www.cityzeum.com/chateau-angelus-25470 most prestigious castles https://www.cityzeum.com/tourisme/gironde-33 Gironde are not far away ...