A weekend in Bordeaux

Duration 3 days/2 nights

Budget (from) 590 € incl. VAT/pers

Themes
  • Wine & Spirits
  • Gastronomy
  • City
  • Culture & History
  • Shopping

Highlights

  • Accommodation in the heart of the historic city
  • Include a tour of Bordeaux to discover local food and history of the city
  • Lunch on day 2 is included in the price
  • Option: possibility of a personalized tasting of Bordeaux Grand Crus.
  • Our favorite addresses to appreciate the art of living and the local gastronomy
  • Reception and transfers upon arrival and departure
  • Prices are subject to change according to the number of participants and the level of services required.
  • Family rate on request

The perfect weekend to discover or rediscover Bordeaux.   Get a taste of the french  lifestyle , and experience Bordeaux like a local with our carefully selected addresses, without missing the essentials!

 Convivial wine bars, gourmet brasseries, cultural heritage and  not-to-miss spots,   just follow our recommendations . 

Step by step

The stay as described is indicative and flexible. Do not hesitate to fill in your wishes or practical information when you make your request (duration, special requests, food constraints). An adapted and tailor-made proposal will be made for you. Inbound and outbound transport to and from Bordeaux is not included.

  • Day 1

    Welcome upon your arrival in Bordeaux. Get a first glance of the city and its unique architecture, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the evening, a table is booked for you for a dinner in the city centre to discover the local gastronomy.

  • Day 2

    A day to discover Bordeaux, its heritage, its historic districts, its shopping streets. At your own pace. Thanks to the City Pass, you can freely explore the city and access various museums and monuments. Wrap up your day with a dinner at one of our favourite bistros in the heart of the city of Bordeaux.

  • Day 3

    Visit of the Cité du Vin, an emblematic and essential address in Bordeaux. Continue with a walk in the heart of the Chartrons district with its markets and many antique dealers or along the banks of the Garonne. Finally, sit down and relax at one of the many terraces in the city for a coffee break or a gourmet stop.