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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
 
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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The quality of life of a city to human dimension

Gaillac est une ville en plein essor ,avec une économie locale en bonne santé : une centaine d'emplois créés de 1999 à 2001!Sa population (11 600 habitants) a augmenté de 7% en dix ans. Parmi ses...
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Le Parc Foucaud

Après avoir quitté l'ambiance marchande de la rue St Pierre, dirigez vous vers le quartier de la Portannelle, quartier ancien entièrement restauré. Ce chemin mène au parc Foucaud, avec ses 5 hectares...
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"Hé bé ! Je pointe ou je tire ?"

"Hé bé ! Je pointe ou je tire ? - Boudu con, tu te le fais comme tu te le sens ! - N'y met pas 107 ans ! - Tu vas pas nous en faire des farigoles..." * C'est à l'ombre des platanes, sur les allées,...
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The ambiance of the markets

L'ambiance des marchés du pays de Toulouse est festive et bon enfant. Les marchand disent leur boniment leur marchandise et vous apostrophent avec gentillesse, et l'accent du sud, chantant, qui roule...
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Wines of Gaillac

A partir du XVIIIème siècle, sans doute l'histoire de Gaillac se confond elle avec celle du pays tout entier. Pendant la révolution, à l'image du Tarn dans son ensemble, la nouvelle " commune " vit la...
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Le Musée des Beaux Arts

Collections de peintures (Salabert, élèves d'Ingres, Escot, Tournon, Loubat, Marie Bermond) et sculptures des XIXème et XXème siècle. Expositions temporaires Collections of paintings (Salabert, pupils...
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Les Quais St.-Jacques

C'est en prenant les escaliers à droite de la Place Saint-Michel que vous rejoindrez les Quais St Jacques. Vous aurez ainsi une vue sur le Tarn et du Pont St Michel, une seule arche jetée au dessus du...
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L'Abbatiale Saint Michel

L'Abbatiale Saint Michel est connue depuis le Xème siècle. Il est attestée qu'en 972 une communauté bénédictine est présente qui initia le développement agricole et économique à partir de...
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