"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
"If you choose the basic tour you will have the choice between 1h30 2h 2h30 or 3 hours tour.A full day tour is available including a meal. Carcassonne being the starting point to discover the surroundings making up for a full day excursion. For instance Carcassonne ( the cité) in the morning then the afternoon the village of Minerve and the oil factory of Bize.Another suggestion with a full day tour of Carcassonne the surroundings and back to Carcassonne including a meal. The old town of Mirepoix and on the way back to Carcassonne a special wine tasting the first sparkling wine
Medieval Cite of Carcassonne Guided Tour for 2 Hours
"Meet your guide at your hotel (if located near or in the cité of Carcassonne) or at the main gate and start your tour discovering the old legend of ""Lady Carcas"" who should have saved the cité in the 8th century. Then have a stroll between the 2 lines seeing the oldest remains such as Roman towers and walls. A beautiful view on the black mountain will probably make you feel like discovering the region!Then enter the cité and discover the narrow streets to the outskirts of the Count's Castle. After a short stroll you will r both Romanesque and Gothic in architecture to see the beautiful stained glass widows of the 13th and 14th centuries.After the tour we advise you to stroll on your own and discover boutiques cafés and restaurants."
Ce musée a été récemment créé dans les sous sols du palais abbatial. Il présente des collections d'objets d'art et de traditions populaires. Anciennement rassemblées avant la seconde guerre mondiale...