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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.

ToursFull-Day Electric Bike Wine Tour in Saint-Emilion with Many Tastings
From $136 per person
7 to 8 hours
5 (3)
- FROM APRIL TO NOVEMBER - ENGLISH SPEAKING TOUR ONLY

Join us on an experience of a lifetime in the most beautiful wine region in the world : Saint-Emilion. Visit 2 historic Châteaux, followed by tastings of their wines. With around 900 vineyards in just Saint Émilion alone, you will have the chance to discover most of the region on our fun and easy to use ELECTRIC BIKES. You will taste a number of wines through the day to help you appreciate and understand the quality and diversity of this unique region. After building up a well earned appetite, you'll have a chance to relax and get to know your fellow explorers during a tasty prepared picnic lunch by your friendly guide. At the conclusion of the final tastings in the ancient town of Saint Émilion we will take you on an intriguing guided tour of the UNESCO town of Saint Émilion. We will enjoy short stops during the tour to give you the chance to capture some memorable photos before making the short trip back to Bordeaux.
AdmissionBordeaux City Pass
From $43 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 and to La Cité du Vin (before 12pm only). This pass is available for 48H or 72H.
AdmissionSkip-the-Line La Cité du Vin Ticket
From $22 per person
3 to 4 hours
4 (10)
Located in the city of Bordeaux, La Cité du Vin is a unique cultural venue open to all and dedicated to wine as a cultural, universal and living heritage. La Cité du Vin offers multiple experiences all in one place. An immersive, sensory and interactive permanent tour covering 3,000m², with 19 themed sections offering over 120 audio-visual productions.

A unique digital travel companion (audioguide) will guide you throughout the tour. The museum has a bold, modern architectural design. A 13,350 m² space split over 10 levels with a tower which is 55 meters high. There is also a panoramic restaurant on the 7th floor.
Tours2-Hour Bordeaux Segway Tour
From $95 per person
2 hours
Explore UNESCO–listed Bordeaux in style and discover top attractions with ease on this 2-hour Segway tour. Follow your own guide through the streets of Bordeaux by Segway and take in sites of interest including 11th-century Bordeaux Cathedral, Place de la Comédie, and Place des Quinconces. Spin along the banks of the Garonne River and admire sweeping views over the bridges that span the waterway. Along the way, listen as your guide brings Bordeaux’s colorful past to life.
ToursSaint-Emilion Day Trip from Bordeaux
From $149 per person
8 hours
5 (238)
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
4.5 (8)
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.