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Small-Group St Emilion Half-Day Trip from Bordeaux
"Jump on your air-conditioned minivan and escape Bordeaux for charming St Emilion. This village – one of the most picturesque in France – dates back to the eighth century and is one of the principal red wine areas of the Bordeaux wine region.On yo stop at a grand cru estate and enjoy enjoy a wine-tasting and visit of the classified growth chateau.After the scenic drive to St Emilion you’ll have a 45-minute walking tour of the pretty village. You’ll then get free time to explore this sleepy town on your own. Grab some lunch stroll the narrow streets full of beautiful building or engage in retail therapy in the local shops. You can even enjoy a wine tasting in one of the many wine cellars in the village before returning to Bordeaux.""""Join this small-group tour from Bordeaux to discover the beautiful medieval village of St Emilion. Start the tour with a visit and wine-tasting session in a grand cru estate of St Emilion. The village of St Emilion is named after a Breton monk from the e it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a beautiful place to spend a couple of hours. Walk along the original city walls and climb the steep cobblestone streets
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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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Parking Meter

In the Saint-Émilion city center there is parking. However, be aware there are parking meters. I don't quite remember, but, I think the meters are used during the day time hours. After a certain time...
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Walk, walk, walk

Exploring St. Emilion is best by foot. There are narrow paved streets called tetres and small flights of steps called escalates which make it a bit hard to travel any other way. Bring some good...
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By Car

As we had hired a car for the week we would be traveling around France, we were able to arrive and leave at our lesiure. We arrived by car by late morning and spent the whole afternoon visiting the...
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Meander in by car

While we were staying in St Ferme we visited many of the local area towns including this one. Having rented a car in Den Haag this was our method of travel.Parking was not a problem although I believe...
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Bordeaux-Libourne Line

There are buses only up to Libourne, thats why I suggested earlier that you may require a rented car from Bordeaux. Am not very certain of getting a hired car from Libourne, but its not worth trying....
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TGV

If you do a close up on this picture, you are going to see the French version of the high speed train generally referred to as the TGV. Paris is 3hours by TGV that is Paris - Libourne. Libourne...
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Free parking space

When you come from the most common direction to St-Emilion (Bordeaux, Bergerac direction) you?ll find that there are 2 parking places. But for both you need to pay. If you drive up and at the end of...
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Personal Car

There is no other way to get here, than by private arrangements. I will recommend highly going to this village in a hired car having arrived Bordeaux by Air, TGV or By Bus. Its fun to do.
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Place du Clocher, Saint-Emilion, France
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18, rue Guadet, Saint-Emilion, 33330, France
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Rue des Cordeliers, Saint-Emilion, 33330, France
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Lieu-dit du "Bois de l'Or", Route de Castillon, Saint-Emilion, Aquitaine, 33330, France
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14 La Gomerie, Route D243, Saint-Emilion, 33330, France
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Place du 11 Novembre 1918, Saint-Emilion, 33330, France
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Things to Do Near Saint-Émilion

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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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Eglise Notre Dame

We stumbled upon this magnificant structure as we were walking around Bordeaux. The facade of the church was quite interesting with its characteristic "pine-cone shapped towers". The church is located...
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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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Place Gambetta

Place Gambetta is one of the many Public Squares in Bordeaux of which it lies near the Port Dijeux (one of the City Gates of Bordeaux) and this quadrangular square is filled with trees, shrubs and...
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Toyin

"SAINT-EMILION"
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Mique

"Wine city par excellence"
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Gypsystravels

"Wine Shopping in lovely St. Emilion"
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Roadquill

"On and Off the Road in St. Emilion"
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cjg1

"Wine Anyone?"
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