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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.
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Garonne River Cruise Including Dinner from Bordeaux
"Embark on your Garonne River cruise near Bordeaux city center and be welcomed aboard with a cocktail. One of France’s longest rivers the Garonne snakes through the city and the surrounding wine region and is the perfect vantage point to capture the beauty of Bordeaux. Sit back relax and enjoy views of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed buildings and landmarks that line the historic waterfront.Stately Place de la Bourse Quai Richelieu and the imposing Gothic spire of Basilica of St Michael all take on a beautiful glow at night illuminated by the orange hue of the floodlights. Camera in hand
From EUR58.00
 
Garonne River Cruise Including Lunch from Bordeaux
"Board your cruiser near Bordeaux's city center and enjoy a welcome cocktail as you settle in and begin gliding along the Garonne River. One of the largest rivers in France the Garonne runs through Bordeaux and offers sightseers beautiful views of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed buildings that line the historic waterway.Admire typical French classical and neoclassical architecture as you cruise past Place de la Bourse a dramatic 18th-century square laid out by King Louis XV's architect. Cruise along Quai Richelieu to the arch of Porte de Bourgogne pass under the Pont de Pierre bridge and admire the flamboyant Gothic spire of Basilica of St Michael.With Bordeaux's sights drifting by sit down to a lovely 3-course lunch freshly prepared on board (see sample menu below. Drinks are at your own expense). View the Port of Bassens and glide under the Pont d'Aquitaine suspension bridge to elegant Château Grattequina the turning-point of your cruise.Your 3-hour Bordeaux lunch cruise ends back at the starting point.Sample Menu:Starter (choice of one): Homemade terrine Mullet tartare with dill vinaigrette Main course (ch""
From EUR55.00

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Public Bus

Again since the city of Bordeaux owns all public transport, you can take the many public buses to go around Bordeaux for sight seeing and more and there are 65 bus lines serving Bordeaux and the...
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Tramway

Like most French cities, Bordeaux had an efficient tramway system for over three-quarters of a century – from 1880, when the first horse-drawn trams were installed, to 1958, when the last of the 38...
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Tour Buses

The Wine Country of Bordeaux is a Major Tourism City in the Aquitaine Region of France as such you can find Plenty of Tour Buses Run by different companies both local french and also multinational...
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Double Deck Bus Tours

although there are many bus tours in and around Bordeaux, the more popular bus tours are the Doble Deck Buses (which have an open second deck) and the Bordeaux City tour which have a single deck but...
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Gare de Bordeaux-Saint-Jean

this will be my transportation tips for the Main Classical Train Station of Bordeaux. I will have a separate things to do tip for it. The Classical Main Train Station of Bordeaux is named Gare de...
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Bordeaux Tram

there are many transport options in the City of Bordeaux and one of the popular mode of transport for budget conscious tourists and many locals is the Bordeaux Tram , of which is composed of 3 lines...
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Bike Rentals

like in many major European cities, you can tour the City of Bordeaux via bike and there are many bike rentals located all around the city of which some have bike depots at many areas where you can...
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Walking

although there are many options to go around the attraction in the fabulous City of Bordeaux such as the tour buses, bicycles, tram, electric car and public buses and segway, the best and cheapest way...
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TGV Trains

If you plan to go to Paris from Bordeaux in a fast way and would not want to ride the airplane and would not want to drive rougly 7 hours to Paris, then you can take the High Speed TGV Electric...
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VCUB

VCUB is the city's "bike for rent" system. I had never before been to a city with so many cyclists using rented bikes. It is very cheap, very easily accessible and very practical, particularly as the...
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Parking Structure in Old Part of City Center

Parking was pretty easy once we found this parking structure. Otherwise, it is tough to park in the city center. We found this very convenient and found many city centers in Southern France have...
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GracesTrips
Feb 14, 2016

VCub bicycle sharing

VCub is Bordeaux’s spontaneous self-service on-street bicycle sharing system. It has been in operation since 2010 and is very similar to Vélo’v in Lyon and Vélib’ in Paris, though it is run by a...
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Nemorino
Apr 19, 2015

To and from Bordeaux by train

The railway station Gare Saint-Jean is a short distance southwest of the city center, just a quarter of an hour by bicycle from the opera house (Grand Théâtre), a distance of 3.3 km.I traveled to...
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Nemorino
Apr 11, 2015

Cycling in Bordeaux

In 2013 the website copenhagenize.eu published its second “Copenhagenize Index”, ranking the world’s most bicycle-friendly large cities (not including smaller cities like Groningen or Münster, I...
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Nemorino
Apr 11, 2015

Top Hotels in Bordeaux

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Rue du Petit-Barail Centre, Hotelier du Lac, Bordeaux, Aquitaine, 33300, France
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Route de Libourne, Saint-Emilion, Aquitaine, 33330, France
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12 rue du Temple, Bordeaux, Aquitaine, 33000, France
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27 rue du Parlement St Catherine, Bordeaux, Aquitaine, 33000, France
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7 rue de Seze, 23 alleees de Tourny, Bordeaux, 33000, France
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Route des Chateaux, Pauillac, Aquitaine, 33250, France
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Top Things to Do in Bordeaux

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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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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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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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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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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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Esplanade des Quinconces

The quadrangular park with a bare flat middle that measures about 12.6 hectares of which is among the largest Public Squares in Europe is the Place Des Quinconces. This Public Square was built in 1820...
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Top 5 Bordeaux Writers

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Nemorino

"Through the Looking Glass"
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hquittner

"A Surprisingly Interesting City"
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black_mimi99

"Bordeaux - La Belle Au Bois Dormant"
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Gypsystravels

"Bienvenue a Bordeaux"
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lorgnierl

"Bordeaux Historic and wine city"
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