Bordeaux may be the world's most important wine region, but the vineyard-filled landscape can be...a little monotonous. The medieval town of Saint-Émilion is a notable exception---the entire jurisdiction was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999, thanks to its "exceptional landscape" and historic monuments. The town's winding, hilly streets and limestone houses attract visitors with only a casual interest in wine, although serious oenophiles should also try to visit (see: the prestigious Château La Dominique vineyard). Learn about more beautiful, small French towns at the link in bio. 📷: @cookiesncandies
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