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2-Hour Bordeaux Segway Tour
"Before the tour starts you will be briefed on how the segway works. You will meet your guide in the ""quartier Saint Pierre"" and start the visit with one of the best views of the big bell. You will continue into the historic part of the city with the ca Place de la Comédie with its big theater and Quinquonce Place which is the biggest square in Europe. You will continue to the quays to discover the two sides of the rivers between modernity and old bridges. Your guide will drive you all over the city and will make sure you have fun on your segway. After exploring the two sides of the river you will enter into the city to see all the things that make Bordeaux classified as UNESCO listed. Stop close to the ""Pont de Pierre"" and see why it's called that. Go along the little streets of the city where your guide will show you the bets palces t""Discover the city of Bordeaux on this segway tour of Bordeaux. During 2 hours you will cover about 14 kilometers of the city discovering the historic part of Bordeaux as well its river-banks.
From EUR55.00
 
Bordeaux City Sights Walking Tour
"Your 2-hour walking tour starts from the tourist office in central Bordeaux. The exact route may vary depending on the weather and number of people in the group but your guide will be sure to show you as many of the city’s highlights as possible.Walk to Monument aux Girondins a dramatic fountain statue commemorating the Girondists a group of political martyrs who were executed for their militant support during the French Revolution.Continue along the banks of the Garonne River to Place de la Bourse home to the stock exchange. This square was laid out in the 1700s by King Louis XV's architect Gabriel to act as a dramatic frame for an equestrian statue of the monarch.Make your way to Rue Sainte-Catherine the pedestrian street in the heart of the historical city center
From EUR10.00
 
Bordeaux City Sights Walking Tour
"Your 2-hour walking tour starts from the tourist office in central Bordeaux. The exact route may vary depending on the weather and number of people in the group but your guide will be sure to show you as many of the city’s highlights as possible.Walk to Monument aux Girondins a dramatic fountain statue commemorating the Girondists a group of political martyrs who were executed for their militant support during the French Revolution.Continue along the banks of the Garonne River to Place de la Bourse home to the stock exchange. This square was laid out in the 1700s by King Louis XV's architect Gabriel to act as a dramatic frame for an equestrian statue of the monarch.Make your way to Rue Sainte-Catherine the pedestrian street in the heart of the historical city center
From EUR10.00

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Cathedral Saint Andre

final part of my tip with several pictures of the inside of the huge Cathedral of Bordeaux. The Cathédrale Saint-André de Bordeaux is the main church of Bordeaux and the seat of the Archbishop of...
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Grand Theatre

one of the most photographed area of Bordeaux and part of the Unesco World Heritage Site is the Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux, which is situated along Place De La Comedie and lies across the Grand Hotel....
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Basilique Saint Michel

Visible from basically everywhere in Bordeaux, the Basilique Saint-Michel is also very beautiful and offers the best panoramic view from its belfry. The basilica was built between the 14th and 16th...
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Monument Aux Girondins

The Monument Aux Girondins (Monument to the Girondins) is located along the northern end of the Place Des Quinconces and near the Bridge. This Monument was dedicated to the Girondins (A political...
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Esplanade des Quinconces

The Esplanade des Quinconces is France's largest square and one of the largest in Europe. It was laid out in the 19th century on the site of the former Château Trompette and is surrounded by trees...
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Place de la Bourse

The Place De La Bourse is one of the largest Public Squares in Bordeaux and it a popular attraction specially during the night when the square and the buildings around it are well illuminated. This...
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Pont de Pierre

The Pont de Pierre is a beautiful stone bridge which was completed in 1822 after being commissioned by Napoleon. The bridge is quite amazing and was the first bridge built across the Garonne. It is...
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Tour Pey-Berland

Located along the Place Pay Berland and is separated from the Main Saint Andre Cathedral by a few meters is the more than 500 year old Church Steeple, called Tour Pey-Berland. This Steeple cum Tower...
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Wine Tasting

This winery is located in the Province of Bordeaux known as Léognan south of Bordeaux's city center. We had our tour and tasting with the vineyard manager. She was quite knowledgeable about the...
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Musee des Beaux Arts

The Musee des Beaux Arts is one of the dozen museums along the historic City of Bordeaux and is located along Cours d'Albret and sits next to the Gardens of the Palais Rohan. This Museum was...
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Walking

Rue Sainte Catherine (often referred to informally as “Rue Sainte Cath”) has been car-free since 1977 and is now one of the most popular shopping streets in Bordeaux, with over 230 shops, stores and...
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Porte Cailhau

Bordeaux has many Gates along the old City of which are attractions in their own right of which the Porte Cailhau is one of them (the most famous is the La Grasse Cloche). This Palace Gate is the City...
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Place du Parlement

The Place du Parlement is a large square for walking and relaxing. In season the half-dozen restaurants have outdoor tables for dining. They range from simple and inexpensive to the finest seafood...
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La Grosse Cloche- The Big Clock

This is said to be one of the oldest belfries in France, a remnant of the ancient city walls dating from the 13th century. This “Great Bell” was cast in 1775 and weighs 7750 kilograms. It is rung...
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