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Medoc Half-Day Bordeaux Wine Tour

1. Medoc Half-Day Bordeaux Wine Tour

Departing from a central location in Bordeaux, this small group, half-day tour explores the beautiful Medoc wine-growing region of France. The region you will explore includes the southern region of the Medoc wine area. You will visit 2 wine estates of Classified Growth or Cru Bourgeois estates that has been carefully selected for their exceptional setting and quality of wine. Learn all there is to know about the history of the estate, the wine making process, as well as the techniques used during wine making. A wine tasting session follows the visits. After your tasting session, follow the castle road to see some of the most famous chateaus of the region, such as Chateau Margaux or Chateau Palmer.

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Bordeaux Cheese and Wine Tasting

2. Bordeaux Cheese and Wine Tasting

Tantalize your taste buds in an historic cheese cellar and taste different cheeses and the wines that make the Bordeaux region so famous throughout the world. Soak up the fun and informative atmosphere as you savor 9 AOC cheeses from all over France, complemented by 3 regional wines from Bordeaux. Discover how to pair wine and cheese and experience a wide range of flavors and aromas on this exciting tour.

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Welcome to Bordeaux: Private Walking Tour with a Local

3. Welcome to Bordeaux: Private Walking Tour with a Local

Transform the way you travel and make it as much about the people you meet as the places you see. Get a welcome to Bordeaux from a local eager to share all the tips to help you make the most of your stay. Meet at your hotel or accommodation and get familiar with the neighborhood. Learn insider tips, such as the best places to eat, buy groceries and the easiest ways to get around. Alternatively, arrange to meet at a central landmark or intersection to start your walking tour. Hear about the top things to do, customized to your interests. By the end, you will feel more comfortable navigating the city with all the information you need.

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Bordeaux: Street Art Guided Tour

4. Bordeaux: Street Art Guided Tour

Meet your French-speaking guide and go on a walking tour of the Chartrons, the former wine-trading quarter, coveted for its proximity with the quays of Bordeaux's port. From the quays of the Garonne to the antique dealers of Rue Notre Dame, whilst passing by the old wine storehouses, you can admire the work of renowned artists such as Clet, A-MO, Mr Poulet and Alber. This artistic exploration of the area, sprinkled with history and anecdotes, is the perfect way to (re)discover this charming area in a fun and original manner. The Chartrons started to develop north of the city-centre from the 17th century. This renowned faubourg, initially distinct from Bordeaux, became increasingly wealthy, often attracting diverse visitors. So, it's not surprising that street artists from all over seized the walls of the Chartrons, a district full of charm, stories to tell and surfaces to paint.

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Bordeaux: 3.5-Hour Old Town and Market Food Tour

5. Bordeaux: 3.5-Hour Old Town and Market Food Tour

Welcome to Bordeaux: the city of wine and so much more. Bordeaux has one of the finest gastronomical traditions in France, with some dishes and delicacies completely unique to the region, like foie gras and the cooking technique associated with it, as well as the canelé, a rum-flavored pastry, the Bouchon de Bordeaux, a type of restaurant specializing in Lyonnaise cuisine, and many more.  Discover the effervescence of Bordeaux's markets and spend some time in the city's Old Town, while accompanied by your expert food guide. With one of the highest numbers of preserved historical buildings in France, Bordeaux will surprise you in its diversity of cityscape as well as its diversity of food. So come aboard the tour for foodies, where you can discover the city and have a conversation with a local insider and lover of food. Taste and drink your way through this French city, interacting with locals and taking in the sights along the way.

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Enjoy a Day Discovering Two Famous Bordeaux Wine Regions

6. Enjoy a Day Discovering Two Famous Bordeaux Wine Regions

Meet your guide in the center of Bordeaux and drive to the Medoc wine region. Enjoy explanations about the Bordeaux wines during the journey to the chateaux. Be welcomed at a prestigious Classified Growth estate, operating since 1855. Walk around the vineyards and cellars, learn about the estate’s wine making process, and finish with wine tastings.                                                Discover a charming family run estate in the region. Enjoy explanations of their traditional ways of making wine and savor their wines with French delicacies. Drive to St-Emilion and enjoy a picnic lunch with a Frehcn apéritif at the chateau in Saint-Emilion.                                              After lunch, enjoy the beautiful Saint Emilion region, kicking off your tour with a visit to an authentic and charming family-run estate - also a Classified Growth estate (Grand cru classé) along the right bank. Feel the intimacy of the private chateau as you tour the traditional vat room and cellar of this estate, and then delight in a tasting class, learning the steps of wine tasting and educating your nose in identifying wine aromas. After this visit, enjoy a guided tour of the village of Saint Emilion, classified on UNESCO’s World Heritage list.

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From Bordeaux: Médoc Vineyard and Chateau Tour by Sidecar

7. From Bordeaux: Médoc Vineyard and Chateau Tour by Sidecar

Treat yourself to a magical experience while in Bordeaux. From your hotel, head off just a few minutes from Bordeaux and very quickly you will be surrounded by nature. Your driver-guide will take you on narrow roads to discover the Médoc. The sidecars are able to drive everywhere, allowing you to head right into the heart of the vineyard. In addition to this great ride all around Margaux, take the opportunity to visit a magnificent chateau. While inside, indulge in a tasting of one or more Grand Cru Classé wines. Of course, the "Gentlemen-sider" will stop whenever you want to take photos, or to discuss the region and life in Bordeaux with your friendly guide. Conclude the unique tour, shared with a local, with hotel drop-off in Bordeaux.

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Gourmet City Tour of Bordeaux

8. Gourmet City Tour of Bordeaux

At 9:00 AM meet your guide in the center of Bordeaux and start your walking tour around the 18th century city of Bordeaux, which was UNESCO classified in 2007. At 10:00 AM, be welcomed at a charming bakery. Take a seat and enjoy a coffee/tea while learning about the history of the place and tasting their specialties. Afterwards, stop at a famous chocolate maker in Bordeaux, where the secret of their recipes has been kept quiet for several generations. The owner of this mythical place will invite you to taste different flavored chocolate such as ginger, green tea, or orange.                          At noon continue this gourmet experience with cheese tastings! Your guide will tell you about the know-how and the characters of famous cheeses such as Comté, Roquefort, and Brie. Followed by this, enjoy lunch at Bordovino's Appartment with Bordeaux wines. Taste the mythical cake of Bordeaux called "cannelés"! 

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From Bordeaux: Arcachon and Pilat Dune Private Tour

9. From Bordeaux: Arcachon and Pilat Dune Private Tour

Get back to nature in the Landes Forest and marvel at Europe's largest sand dune on a private day trip from Bordeaux. Head towards Port de Larros to take part in an oyster tasting at an oyster farm. Continue to the Winter City of Arcachon for lunch, and admire the typical 19th-century homes, especially around Mauresque Park. Stroll along the boardwalk to Thiers Pier and get lovely views of the fishing boats off the coast. See the sandy beaches of Pereire and Moulleau as you make your way towards Pilat Dune. Get panoramic views of Arcachon Bay and its natural attractions, such as the Banc D'Arguin, the remains of a lagoon now open to the ocean and used for oyster farming. Gaze at the iconic tchanquée huts on the île aux Oiseaux and see the tip of Cap Ferret framed by a pine forest slowly being swallowed up by the dunes. Get a better appreciation for the bio-diversity and maritime heritage of the area before you make your way back to Bordeaux. Here is an example of what you could enjoy in one day*: 9.00AM : Pick up at your stay in Bordeaux. 11:00 AM: Oyster Tasting at Le Routioutiou, Port de Larros. 12:00 AM: Discover Arcachon’s winter city, around the Mauresque park. 1:00 PM: Lunch at Chez Pierre, on the seafront. 2:30 PM: Walk along the seafront and the Thiers Pier. 3:30 PM: Drive along the beach to the Pilat Dune. 4:00 PM: Climb up the Dune. 7:00 PM: Drop off at Bordeaux Tourist office. *Depending on our partners’ availability

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Bordeaux and Medoc Vineyards Experience

10. Bordeaux and Medoc Vineyards Experience

The itinerary is as follows:  9:00 AM: Meet your guide in the center of Bordeaux and start walking around the 18th century style city of Bordeaux, UNESCO Classified since 2007.                               10.00 AM: Be welcomed at a charming bakery. Take a seat and enjoy a coffee/tea while learning about the history of the place and tasting their specialities.                               10.45 AM: Stop at a famous chocolate maker in Bordeaux, where the secret of the recipes has been kept quiet for several generations. The owner of this mythical place will allow you to taste different flavored chocolates such as ginger, green tea or orange. Enjoy the tastings!                           11.30 AM: Continue this gourmet experience with cheese tastings : we will tell you about the know-how and the characters of famous cheeses such as  Comté, Roquefort and Brie.                              12.15 PM: Enjoy lunch at Bordovino's Appartment with Bordeaux wines : taste the mythical cake of Bordeaux called "cannelés"!    1.45 PM: Drive from Bordeaux to the Medoc Region. Enjoy the journey through the mythical "chateaux route" and learn from your guide about this history of Bordeaux and Medoc wines.                                    Shortly afterwards, you will arrive at a charming family run estate in the region, and spend a few hours touring its vineyards, vat room, and cellars, and hearing the story of the passionate family who has kept the vineyard alive for many generations.  Reward yourself with a tasting class, and discover the intense colors, woody aromas, and tannic tastes of the wine world.                                   In the late afternoon, make your way to a beautiful Great Classified Growth estate, one of the most prestigious chateaux of Bordeaux.                               Enjoy some explanations about their wine-making process and finish the visit with a tasting of the estate's wines while enjoying an aperitif of French delicacies, including cheese, fresh bread, and dried sausage.    7.15 pm: drop off in Bordeaux

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What people are saying about Bordeaux

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 405 reviews

A different vision of Bordeaux, far from the classic routes, in the Chartrons district which has many examples of urban art. We had an appointment with our guide at the Tram stop, the weather was wonderful, and she introduced us with great enthusiasm and skill to all these street art artists who mischievously sow their works in sometimes unexpected places. . 2 hours of very pleasant discovery.

Wonderful visit with Jourdan who shared his passion with us and gave us (a little of) his knowledge of Bordeaux and street art. We recommend without moderation ;-) If Jourdan wants more photos of A-Mo and Selor's work, we have some: our hotel was decorated with several works!

Thoroughly enjoyed our 2 hour walk around Bordeaux. Our friendly guide was Eddy who was very knowledgeable and took us around all the main parts of the city, we were more than happy to follow his lead, would highly recommend this tour.

We love Emilie who was charming and very charismatic and very knowledgeable It was a pleasure doing the tour with her

Jourdon was fantastic and very knowledgeable! I highly recommend her for French and English speakers!