Check out top sights like Chateau Haut Brion as you discover Talence—a city also known for its restaurants.
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Follow the story of Bordeaux and the surrounding region at this museum, where exhibits span from prehistory through to the present day.
Explore this photogenic riverside square, which is bordered by two grand neoclassical palaces and features a spectacular fountain at its center.
A gateway to the rest of the city, this bustling square in Bordeaux's student quarter is home to classical monuments and stylish restaurants.
The biggest square in France, this plaza hosts festivals, concerts and markets and features monuments dedicated to famous writers.
A freestanding bell tower with a ghoulish history is what draws most people to this landmark, but the large Gothic church here is equally impressive.
Marvel at panoramic views of the city and reflect in the peaceful nave at this iconic religious building, the seat of the Archdiocese of Bordeaux.
Discover Saint-Émilion as you sip and swoosh your way through an elegant winetasting. Listen to a connoisseur describe the flavors your palette is experiencing, and learn to detect subtle notes. Your guide provides rich stories about the history and importance of this lovely region.
Go on an unforgettable winetasting adventure in charming Saint-Émilion. Discover the extraordinary wine heritage and history of this ancient town and join a winetasting class in 2 beautiful chateaux. Learn more about wine while tasting delicious French delicacies.
Bordeaux is not only famed for its wine, but also its fascinating history, attractive neoclassical architecture, and fine cuisine. After getting an overview of the city and tasting bread, chocolate, and cheese, savor a local lunch served with regional wine.
Famous for its oysters and exceptional beauty, the Arcachon Bay is a great place to taste and see France's best. Climb Europe's highest sand dune, gaze at the piercing blue bay, and breathe in the pine-scented air.
Take a journey in to the Saint Emilion wine region, where merlot is the dominant form of grape. Learn all about production of this particular varietal and take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy tastings at a selection of vintage wineries.
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Stop At: St. Andre Cathedral, Place Pey Berland, 33000, Bordeaux France Built in a Romain style in 1098 for the Royal Wedding of the future French King Louis VII Duration: 15 minutes Pass By: Grand Theatre, 2 Place de la Comedie, 33024, Bordeaux France Built in 1780 in the Italien style is a historical Monument since 1899.