Spend a day sipping French reds and whites in the Saint-Emilion and Pomerol wine region. Departing from Bordeaux, visit two chateaux to taste the region’s famous wines and wander the streets of beautiful Saint-Emilion, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Let yourself be carried aboard the Luna, this magnificent yacht from the post-war Riviera, designed by the famous Bennetti shipyard in 1953.Its contemporary decor will seduce you during this privileged visit experience with Bruno Beurrier.Gascon and Bordeaux for over 40 years, his pleasure as a guide-lecturer is to make you appreciate, as a good wine, the heritage of Bordeaux, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007 and nothing like to sail in the port of the Moon to make you discover its beauties, its history.His goal: to give you the keys of Bordeaux from the Garonne but especially the desire to return one day to Bordeaux! Open your eyes, he takes care of the rest ...This cruise will enchant you with the comment of our guide who shares with us the passion for the history of Bordeaux and its river.OFFERED: A CANNELE AND A CUP OF CHAMPAGNE OR A GLASS OF WINE OR ALL OTHER BEVERAGES.
Combine two of the most popular Bordeaux excursions into one full-day including magnificent châteaux, picturesque vineyards, wine tasting and fresh oysters in the Bay of Arcachon and Médoc wine region. With this Bordeaux Super Saver, you'll experience the best of the region in one day at a discount. Group size is limited to eight people, ensuring more personalized attention from your guide.
Delve into France’s fertile winemaking country on this 9-hour private Médoc Route des Châteaux wine-tasting experience from Bordeaux. Travel along the Médoc’s wine route as your private guide sheds light on the region’s rich winemaking heritage. Enjoy fine views over the sun-soaked landscapes and discover famous local appellations including Pauillac and Margaux. Visit three wineries to taste their fine wines, and enjoy a traditional apéritif in the vineyards. Sample different grape varietals during a blending session and mix them to your tastes to make your own wine.
Visit the city with a passion for history, but also culture, whose goal is to help you discover some of the wonders of this city.A guide who knows how to transmit (also a teacher and comedian) and who always keeps smiling.
Get to know Bordeaux by foot on this walking tour, perfect for first-time visitors to the city. As you stroll between the sites, discover illuminating facts about the city and its history, and enjoy photo stops at highlights such as the towering Monument aux Girondins and handsome Place de la Bourse. Along the way, take in the picturesque Garonne River, amble along the pedestrianized shopping boulevard of Rue Sainte-Catherine, and check out the splendid Grand Théâtre, a vision of sweeping columns and one of France’s best-known theaters.
Bordeaux is renowned for its UNESCO-listed monuments and fine wines, but many travelers only get to see the highlights. On this tour, discover the city through the eyes of a Bordeaux local and enjoy a personalized itinerary custom-made for you. Your ‘Lokafyer’ guide is no typical tour guide—instead, they will show you around the city like a friend, take you to the neighborhoods that they know and love, and give you tips on where to eat, drink, and shop in the city.
Discover the Médoc red wine region on a private tour from Bordeaux. With a guide who is dedicated to your own group, you’ll call in at three esteemed wine chateaux for tastings and cellar visits. Plus, stop for plenty of photo stops at other renowned wine estates around the region.
Explore the scenic, UNESCO-listed Saint-Émilion wine region, and don’t worry about orchestrating the logistics yourself: with round-trip transportation from central Bordeaux via air-conditioned minivan, this tour makes getting around a breeze. During this half-day, small-group outing, you’ll enjoy a guided tour of the 9th-century village of Saint-Émilion, a visit to a Classified Growth château, and a tasting of several exceptional wines, plus aperitif snacks.
See the sights of Bordeaux in a fun and exciting way on this 2-hour Segway tour. Get comfortable on your Segway with a brief orientation session. Cruise along the scenic banks of the Garonne River and see landmarks like La Grosse Cloche, Sainte-Catherine Street, the Cathedral, Place des Quinconces, and Place de la Comédie.
The wine regions of Saint Emilion and the Medoc produce some of Bordeaux’s finest wines and this full-day tour explores both in one day. Spend the morning visiting the UNECO-listed village of Saint Emilion and learning about the winemaking process at a Grand Cru Classé Chateau, return to Bordeaux for a delicious picnic lunch, then master the art of wine tasting as you tour the wineries of the Medoc.
Depart from Bordeaux - your hotel; train station; or cruise ship => Sarlat- la-Caneda=> Domme=> La Roc-Gageac=> Marqueyssac Gardens=> Chateau de Castelnaud-la-Chapelle=> Château de Beynac=> Return to Bordeaux
With beautiful architecture and spectacular riverside scenery, UNESCO–listed Bordeaux is one of France’s must-see cities—but the organized group tours can lack a certain excitement. With this fun and engaging independent tour, download a series of brain-teasing puzzles to your phone and explore Bordeaux at your own pace. Solve head-scratching riddles to receive clues to lead your route, and hear the hidden secrets behind some of Bordeaux’s top attractions.
Follow your guide in the footsteps of illustrious figures of Bordeaux and discover the refined architecture of this city of Art & History. Among its many features, the town is dotted with magnificent private mansions built in ashlar masonry, embellished with mascarons and elegant ironworks that mostly date back to the golden age of Bordeaux in the 17th and 18th centuries. From the City Hall to the Place de la Bourse (stock exchange), admire some of the most fascinating and beautiful districts of historical Bordeaux as you stroll through tiny streets, a heritage of the towns medieval layout.
Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bordeaux on a private walking tour of its major attractions. Tailor the tour to suit your preferences and explore the historic port city’s sights, such as the Grand Théâtre and Saint André Cathedral.Take a walking tour of historic Bordeaux with a local tour guide, who will introduce you to the city’s beautiful buildings and significant heritage. Starting at the Grand Théâtre square in the city center, meander along charming streets lined with graceful buildings, and become immersed in the internationally renowned culture of Bordeaux.We can adapt this tour for your needs, if you have a mobility issue/ reduced mobility please let us know after you have made your reservation, so that we can adapt this tour to you. We are happy to have you with us!
Come and discover one of the most fascinating French towns classified a "City of Art and History" and home to one of Europe's largest collection of 18th century architecture. From the "Place de la Bourse" discover how the architecture, sculptured décor and water mirror are united in celebrating the close relationship between the city and its river. Discover big-ticket attractions such as the neoclassical Grand Theater or Saint Andrews Cathedral. Your accredited/licensed tour guide can be flexible on the itinerary but will definitely include the most famous landmarks.
Discover the many facets of Bordeaux on a 2-hour guided sightseeing tour. You'll travel both by bus and on foot to explore the city's vast offerings, including its stunning architecture and aspects of its winemaking history. See both side of the Garonne River and its UNESCO-listed waterfront, marvel at the Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux, and stroll Old Town on a guided walking tour.
A Bordeaux Segway tour is an ideal way to get your bearings in the city and cover all the top sights in just one hour. On this VIP tour, enjoy the undivided attention of a private guide and travel at a pace that suits you. Along the way, admire views along the Garonne River; see landmarks including Bordeaux Cathedral, Place de la Comédie, and Place des Quinconces; and stop to take photos.
Saint EmilionWould you like to spend a special moment in the heart of UNESCO's first UNESCO World Heritage listed vineyard?The medieval city of Saint-Emilion and the villages that surround it, offer you a multitude of facets between vineyards, architectural heritage and wide open spaces. UNESCO has inscribed 8 UNESCO World Heritage Cities for their "cultural landscapes" and the "Dordogne" as a "biosphere reserve".A true open-air museum, St-Emilion and its 12 monuments are unveiled to you ... The collegiate church and its cloister, the wash-houses, the great walls, the mounds: these charming steep-sided and chaotic-paved streets make the authenticity from St-Emilion.
Let yourself be seduced by the splendid route of the castles while discovering the prestigious Médoc wines! Eight famous appellations of Bordeaux are on this wine route: Margaux, Pauillac, Saint-Estèphe, Saint Julian, Haut Médoc ... "This oenological trip will remain, sure, memorable! "- Visit and tasting in two to three prestigious Grands Crus castlesPanoramic tour of classified grands crusVisit the most prestigious appellations MARGAUX, HAUT MEDOC, SAINT JULIEN, PAUILLAC AND SAINT-ESTEPHEChâteau Lafite Rothschild, Château Latour, Château Palmer, Château Kirwan, Gruaud Larose
“As an American living here since 1992; I enjoy helping tourists enjoy the very best of France!”I appreciate and respect what English-speaking tourists are looking for in France – and can share this with you!With me as your private driver-guide you can relax, enjoying easy and clear communication – it will help you to feel comfortable in France.I’ll happily be your personal interpreter and translator when needed.With over 24 years’ experience driving in France, I provide safe transport and historical commentary with personal anecdotes about life in France as an American expatriate My objective is to help you to maximize your time spent here in France – so that you will most comfortably enjoy all the beauty and history – that you return home filled with spectacular memories of a marvelous adventure.
Freemasonry appeared in Bordeaux in 1732 with the creation by three sailors originating from Britain or Ireland of the masonic lodge “L’Anglaise”. By the end of the 18th century, the number of freemasons in Bordeaux reaches 2000, making it one of the most important masonic cities of France. As you stroll through the city, your guide will point out masonic symbols that cover the façades of numerous private mansions, as you listen to the tales that link Bordeaux freemasons with the West Indies, the slave trade, the Guillotine and discover what some consider to be the largest masonic temple in the world.
Explore the historic UNESCO World Heritage city of Bordeaux, home to one of Europe’s largest collection of 18th-century architecture. Take a walking tour of historic Bordeaux with your guide who will tailor the excursion to your tastes and introduce you to the city’s beautiful buildings.You can take the tour at your own pace and rhythm. Your guide will tell stories about the famous Alienor Queen of England in the middle ages. Naturally, as the center of one of the world’s best-known wine producing regions, you will to the village of Margaux known for its famous vineyards. Finally, reach the docks which offer a splendid view of the city and the Port of the Moon with its oldest bridge, the Pont de Pierre.