Unique Things To Do in Bordeaux

Village and vineyard of Saint Emilion
Village and vineyard of Saint Emilion | © incamerastock / Alamy Stock Photo

A port city known for its historic century-old mansions, churches and inventive architecture, Bordeaux is geographically one of the biggest cities in Europe. Here, you can visit a vineyard and find out why the region is famous for serving world-class wine, walk around the city and get to know its attractions, or learn where to go to snap the best pictures.

One of the best ways to learn about Bordeaux is by going on a tour. Eat, drink, walk and cycle your way around this picturesque city as you discover its magic.

AdmissionBordeaux City Pass
From $48 per person
2 to 3 days
4 (12)
Discover Bordeaux with this city pass spending less. For those who wish to make the most of their stay, the Bordeaux Metropole city pass will give access to numerous monuments, cultural attractions like Bassins des Lumières and La Cité du Vin (before noon). This pass is available for 48h or 72h.

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ToursSaint-Emilion Day Trip from Bordeaux
From $156 per person
8 hours
4.7 (228)
Join this day trip to the Saint-Emilion (and surrounding) wine-making region of France. This full-day guided excursion from Bordeaux offers picturesque scenery, sightseeing and fine wines – the perfect day out from the city! Sample Bordeaux wines in 3 fascinating chateaux and explore the charming UNESCO World Heritage-listed village of Saint-Emilion.
AdmissionBordeaux Wine and Trade Museum with Wine Tasting Admission Ticket
From $8 per person
4 hours
4.1 (7)
Take a trip through French history with a visit to the Bordeaux Wine and Trade Museum. Explore the rise of the wine trade, from the evolution of the wine merchant in the Middle Ages to the present day wineries and exports. After your tour, you can partake in a commented wine tasting, giving you an introduction to the distinct wines of the Bordeaux region.

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