Things to Do in Bordeaux

Things to Do in Bordeaux, France - Bordeaux Attractions

Things to Do in Bordeaux

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  • Guy D
    Beersel, Belgium197 contributions
    Good cycling and walking facilities. Long stretched area with restaurants, bars and shops. Area around the Place de la Bourse is recommended for a visit.
    Written May 18, 2022
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  • Dimitrivaz
    Tucson, AZ266 contributions
    Loved the idea of a pool of water that filled and emptied on a regular basis. When full of water, the reflections of the Place de la Bourse were amazing. Nice to see all the kids having so much fun.
    Written September 25, 2021
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  • PlacesCases
    Sofia, Bulgaria3,270 contributions
    Elegant and majestic, the Cathedral of Saint Andre ⛪ rises above Bordeaux, inspires respect, trust, admiration.🤩
    It has a huge organ and concerts often take place here.
    Written May 22, 2022
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  • PiranhaPete
    London, UK46 contributions
    We were in Bordeaux for the weekend and as I am using crutches at the moment and cannot walk far we decided to visit this quaint little museum for our wine tasting experience.
    It is indeed a tiny venue consisting of a bottle & Gift shop the ground floor and a large cellar museum beneath.
    The cellar is full of interesting stories & artefacts relating to the winemaking and history of Bordeaux.
    Our host for the wine tasting session, I forget her name, my bad, but she did mention that she wants to be Queen of her own Chateau, was friendly and very well informed on the subject, answering ours and other questions put by the other person attending. All in all a very rewarding visit and well worth the money. I would thoroughly recommend as visit if you are in town.
    Written March 23, 2022
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  • Roberto I
    The Hague, The Netherlands240 contributions
    La Cite du vin in Bordeaux is worth a visit. The architecture is modern, easy to reach by tram or walking along the riverside.

    The Museum is on the second floor, the Restaurant 7 is on the 7th floor and the degustation point at the 8th floor. At the entrance you will find the souvenir shop and the bistro. There are toilettes available on each floor.

    We visited the Museum. It is interesting for any type of visitor, from wine dummies to wine experts, you will learn something new in a fun and interactive way.

    We spent there a couple of hours but you can easily spend there the whole day.

    Not a 5 star worth place in my opinion, because there was a LOT of information to handle. After a couple of hours you feel overwhelmed by the amount of information.

    All in all, is definitely a unique place to learn about the wine and absolutely worth a visit. In the wine shop, you will find a truly amazing selection from all the parts of the world.
    Written March 18, 2022
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  • KandA
    Ottawa, Canada184 contributions
    Lovely park. Not a huge park but great for a picnic or lunch at the restaurant. Also, right beside the museum. Well worth a visit.
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • Graham C
    London, UK484 contributions
    Been here a couple of times for opera concerts; it's a good space with good acoustics although the chair seats are a bit hard after an hour or so sitting down.
    Written May 2, 2022
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  • Thomas V
    Oakland, CA12,740 contributions
    One of our first stops during our brief stay in town was this tourist information center where we picked up a good city map and information on restaurants and sites to see. Very helpful staff. Lots of free things.
    Written July 1, 2021
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  • KandA
    Ottawa, Canada184 contributions
    Excellent museum. Lots of great exhibits. Most info plaques are in French just in case you don't speak the lingo be prepared. Very friendly staff. You have to put your bags in a secure locker. Totally worth a couple of hours.
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • Guy D
    Beersel, Belgium197 contributions
    Great fountain situated in a small walking area. At the moment of my visit, the area was packed with stalls with local and other products.
    Written May 18, 2022
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  • 1234texas
    Seabrook, TX2,257 contributions
    We had a guided tour of the marketplace with the executive chef of our Viking Ship. Having a pro like that does make a big difference! He had both knowledge of and working relationships with the market and the individual vendors. He had vetted the vendors and the food products that offered--both were excellent. We had samples of the meats, cheeses and other delicacies as we walked.

    This one floor market has been around a long time and works really smoothly. It is easy to get around and the aisles are wide enough for groups. The people were friendly and willing to talk.

    We ended the walk with a meal at one of the "restaurants" in the market. They are really sitting areas next to the stalls. The food was fresh and well prepared. All in all, it is a fun little trip through an active neighborhood market.
    Written December 25, 2019
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  • BGMNJ
    New Jersey192 contributions
    The estate is beautiful, gardens behind the chateau are well worth wandering thru. The tour guided by Jules was excellent, many aspects of vine production were well explained. And Jules carefully answered all our questions including using the public transportation. We tasted 3 wines ranging from 20 euros to 120 euros. All were very good the expensive grand cru was outstanding. Only con: we used public transportation to go there. A bit of walking (20 minutes or so) was required, and was a bit complicated. Having your smartphone gps is really helpful.
    Written May 22, 2022
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  • KandA
    Ottawa, Canada184 contributions
    Another cool landmark in the beautiful city of Bordeaux. Great place to start a walk along shopping street of St Catherine.
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • Jenny D
    9 contributions
    Lovely old 12th century church with a bench in the grounds and a cafe opposite. There was a short history displayed outside (in English) but I would have liked more. Nice inside - a pity photos weren’t allowed. Hosting a photographic exhibition when I visited.
    Written November 26, 2019
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  • Guy D
    Beersel, Belgium197 contributions
    Worthwile to walk from the musée du vin to the other side of the river Garonne where you can visit the botanic gardens.
    Written May 18, 2022
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