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Things to do in Bordeaux

Embrace history, shopping and of course, wine tasting on your extraordinary holiday. There are plenty of things to do in Bordeaux – why not pre-book one of our carefully selected experiences before you go.

For many, a trip to Bordeaux is all about wine-tasting and bathing, but there are plenty of other attractions to fascinate and captivate you. Neoclassical architecture and picturesque parks exist alongside the buzzing nightlife and entertainment. Hire a car to explore the surrounding areas at your own pace, enjoy a short drive to charming St Emilion or a longer journey to the glistening French Riviera.

Wine region activities.

Wine region activities

Enrol at the Maison du Vin de Bordeaux for an induction into the techniques and tasting of wine-making and fantastic chateau visits. See the thousand year old vineyards of St Emilion village, or enjoy a unique pampering experience at Spa de Vinotherapie Caudalie – take a red wine bath, a Merlot wrap or Cabernet body scrub.

Shopping.

Shopping

Stroll along the longest pedestrianised shopping street in Europe, Rue Ste-Catherine, which runs through the historic part of the city. Make a stop at Galerie Bordelaise, a 19th century shopping arcade which is located at the intersection of Rue de la Porte Dijeaux and Rue Ste-Catherine. Or for luxury shopping head to the Le triangle d’or.

Besichtigungen.

Besichtigungen

Learn about 25,000 years of Bordeaux’s history at Musee d’Aquitane, where the artefacts include stone carvings, collection of Gallo Roman statues and ceramics. Visit Cathedrale St Andre, a UNESCO cultural heritage site that dates back to the 13th and 14th centuries. Or learn more about Bordeaux’s wine production at the Bordeaux Wine and Trade Museum.

Exciting Bordeaux experiences

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Bordeaux wine day trip to Saint-Émilion
Bordeaux wine day trip to Saint-Émilion.

Bordeaux’s vineyards are known as being some of the finest in the world, and their red wine is celebrated for its deep dark red colour and dry palate. A day-long sightseeing tour with SmoothRed Wine Tours will take you through the city and out into the rolling hills which house the famous vineyards. Explore Bordeaux’s wonderful history and heritage of winemaking. Visit the historic wine-merchant district of Les Chartrons, before indulging in an afternoon of tours and tastings on the right bank of the Gironde River. Stroll around the beautiful cobbled streets of Saint-Émilion, browse in shops and soak up the spectacular view from this UNESCO listed village. You can also take half-day tours in the area, either morning or afternoon.

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