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With Bordeaux tours and curated experiences, discover the wine capital of the world at budget-friendly rates. Savor the taste of French wine and enjoy a variety of cuisines in the beautiful city of Bordeaux. Situated in the south west of France near the Atlantic coast, Bordeaux is the second largest wine growing area in the world. Take a wine tasting tour and trace the wine making process as you visit one of the region’s many vineyards like the Medoc and St Emilion. Choose from a variety of red, white, dessert and sparkling wine that the city has to offer and dine in excellent restaurants serving different cuisines from all over the world. Bordeaux also attracts visitors who come to explore its Gothic cathedrals and 18th century mansions. Visit the Saint Michel church, the Cathedral of Saint Andre and the Museum of Contemporary Art. With a variety of wine, neoclassical architecture, excellent restaurants and a vibrant nightlife, you can really live it up in the charming city with top-rated Bordeaux tours.

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Our tips for Bordeaux

  • When visiting wineries in Bordeaux, don’t just show up at the estates. Prior reservation is required. It is always sensible to book a wine-tasting tour with a verified tour operator where all the reservations, prices and transportation expenses are covered.
  • There is more to the UNESCO-listed city of Bordeaux than viticulture. When visiting, you must make time to explore the city and see its historic landmarks and local culture by simply roaming around Bordeaux’s historic city center. 
  • There are many action-packed Bordeaux walking and bike tours that show you some of the best aspects of the city. Enjoy a relaxed sightseeing experience with an informative introduction to the architecturally rich city of Bordeaux. 

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Best time to visit

The best time to visit Bordeaux is from June to August. If you prefer lesser crowds, try visiting in spring or autumn. But when visiting in fall (starting from September), be informed that it is harvest-time for many wineries and some don't allow visitors.

Getting around

You could travel by public transport or hire a bicycle or a motorized scooter to get around in Bordeaux. You should also get the Bordeaux Découverte card, available at the tourist office and enjoy unlimited travel for a number of days on buses and trams.

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