The city of Bordeaux is full of life and offers activities for every interest. A crossroads of famous destinations that will fascinate each guest, the city and its surrounding regions present unique experiences waiting to be discovered. Guests are invited to explore prestigious vineyards, historic monuments and relaxing beaches against a vibrant and historic backdrop.
Of course, no trip would be complete without a Bordeaux wine tour, to explore the famed wine-growing region. Tasting classes where one can learn the skills necessary to appreciate the wines of the acclaimed chateaux are available.
While Bordeaux tours showcase the best of the city’s wine and gastronomic scenes, there is also much culture to appreciate. Bordeaux guided tours will reveal museums, including Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux, historic monuments and buildings like the Gothic Cathédrale Saint-André and stunning 18th century mansions that house exquisite art collections.
Bordeaux’s mild climate can also be enjoyed in one of the many parks and gardens within the city. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2007, Bordeaux is the perfect balance of history, culture and sophistication. Bordeaux multi-lingual tours will uncover adventure and memories at every turn, with urban wine tours, cooking classes, river cruises to explore Archachon Bay and a trip to the exceptional market of Bordeaux Halles, ready to impress every guest.
For guests looking to get out of the bustling city, they can enjoy the village of Saint-Émilion and the vineyards of Pauillac and Médoc, or appreciate the mystery of the Gironde Estuary and Blaye’s Citadel. Bordeaux tours in Russian, English or French ensure that all who travel may revel in the region’s rich history while delighting in visits to La Rochelle, Ré Island, Cognac, Armagnac, and The Pays Basque areas.
At every corner of Bordeaux and New Aquitaine, there is a discovery waiting to be made.