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Marché des Capucins

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Marché des Capucins

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Place des Capucins, 33000 BORDEAUX, Bordeaux France
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Saint Emilion Day Trip with Sightseeing Tour & Wine Tastings from Bordeaux
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Saint Emilion Day Trip with Sightseeing Tour & Wine Tastings from Bordeaux

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The medieval village of Saint-Emilion is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular Bordeaux wine region destination. Get more attention from your guide as you discover the secrets of Bordeaux wine and learn about French winemaking and classifications. Enjoy a walking tour of Saint-Emilion, three tasting sessions, and a visit to a Grand Cru Classé chateau in Pomerol.
$160.77 per adult
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l_dalby wrote a review Aug 2020
Croydon, United Kingdom398 contributions95 helpful votes
Visited here whilst on a long weekend in Bordeaux and although it was a lovely market it wasn't anything out of the ordinary. Smaller than we expected and lots of the stalls were closed. We visited mid morning and covid would have probably been a factor I guess. Worth visiting if you're in the area, but I wouldn't go out of my way if you've got to travel from the other side of the city.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Serena wrote a review Jul 2020
London, United Kingdom95 contributions39 helpful votes
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We took a stroll down to Marches des Capucins after watching the Rick Stein episode in Bordeaux! We were super impressed with the fresh produce on offer and tried a selection of mini bastide saucissons from a meat counter - so delicious and much better than the store bought options we are used to! After wandering around and stopping for a beer, we moved onto a small, lively mussel bar located near the entrance of the market called Poulette. We made friends with almost every person sat at the bar! The mussels were absolutely fantastic served with a generous portion of fries. The atmosphere was great and the staff were enthusiastic and very friendly. This was such a great find and a lunch we will treasure forever!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Dimitris L wrote a review Jun 2020
Sydney, Australia19,879 contributions60,024 helpful votes
This is a great Market. We walked past it a couple of times and eventually decided to go in to take a look. It's got the lot. Fresh food of all descriptions. Fresh fruit and vegetables, to meat and fish. There is so much cheese and such great variety, it is just unbelievable. We love cheese so we bought a selection and enjoyed it with some lovely crusty bread. We washed it down with a little French wine. This is a place to go to if you want good food.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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spixspax wrote a review Feb 2020
united kingdom130 contributions25 helpful votes
this is not a foodie destination, more like a regular market for daily stuff. fresh fruits and vegetables at a very reasonable price.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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SergioR1 wrote a review Jan 2020
Eastbourne, United Kingdom188 contributions104 helpful votes
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Last day in Bordeaux we decided to have 'le petit dejeuner' in the market before taking the TGV train. Authentic experience. The locals buy here so that's always a good sign. We decided to have la formule petit dejeuner consisted of coffee , croissants, toast with jams and fresh orange juice. Friendly nice bilingual staff in the cafe. We also got some lovely kalamata olives and bananas. Recommended.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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