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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
 
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

More Transportation in Aquitaine

Low-cost flights from the UK

Ryanair, the Irish cut-price airline, fly to south-west France from 'London' Stansted. There are daily flights to/from Biarritz.Unlike some of Ryanair's destinations, the airport at Biarritz is quite...
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aaaarrgh
May 26, 2014

Small and friendly

We flew with FLYBE from Birmingham to Bergerac on our last trip and found this to be a good choice. Small planes and efficient staff make this a great alternaitve to the larger airlines who do not...
nhcram
Jul 09, 2006

Budget Flights

Bergerac airport is not the most friendly places and it is slow. Two tin huts and a bar in between is the best way of describing it. Of course you have to get there early because they shut the check...
nhcram
Apr 04, 2006

Car required.

The Dordogne covers such a large area that you really need a car to be able to get around and appreciate the views and get to some of those out of the way villages. The train does run from Bordeaux...
nhcram
Sep 29, 2004
 
 
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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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Place Georges Clemenceau

although Biarritz has many shopping streets in and around the Old Town area, the ground zero and center of shopping will be along Place Georges Clemenceau, which is a large street in between Rue...
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Dune du Pyla

If you enjoy frolicking in the sand, then the Dune du Pyla (often also spelled Dune du Pilat) is the place to be! An estimated 60,000,000m³ of sand, 108m high, more than 2,700m long and 500m wide make...
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Walking through Domme

Domme is a nice place for a little walk. Located on top of a plateau, it is not as hard to access as other villages in the area - the ground being uneven, but not steep it's even possible for...
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Walking

Famous all over the Périgord for its intact medieval townscape, Brantôme is one of those places that are best discovered on foot. A good starting point is one of the bridges as the whole medieval part...
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Apart from the castle, which unfortunately was closed when we visited Bourdeilles, there are not many must-see sights in the village. Instead, what you should do is strolling through the village...
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