In 1881, Camille Godard, then mayor of Bordeaux, left his fortune to the city to acquire and develop a large park.
The conception was entrusted to the German landscape architect, Eugène Bulher. New kinds of vegetation were planted, such as the: sequoia, magnolia, American walnut tree, and the Louisiana bald cypress.
On 28 hectares, the green spaces, livened up by a wildlife park, a central pond and an urban mini-circuit, make up the Bordeaux park, inaugurated in 1888, a place of pleasant relaxation.
33 rue du Bocage - 33000 Bordeaux France
Valid from 01-Jan-2013 untill 31-Dec-2015
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