A beautiful port city in the South-West of France, Bordeaux is more than just its famous wines. Described as "the very essence of elegance" by Queen Elizabeth, Bordeaux's UNESCO World Heritage listed city centre, temperate climate, vibrant restaurant and music scene, and world-famous produce, make it a wonderful destination for visitors to France.
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Trips to Bordeaux for Private Individuals
For solo travelers, Bordeaux and the surrounding Aquitaine region offer a huge possibility of gastronomic, cultural, and wine tours, as well as family holidays at the seaside. Our private Bordeaux tours can allow you to visit oyster farms in Arcachon; take to the sea on a professional boat; discover the true taste of fresh oysters, and enjoy wonderful regional cuisine. For wine connoisseurs, we can arrange visits to France’s International Wine Centre, historic vineyards and famous chateaux, and allow you taste the regions’ best wines, participate in grape harvests, meet winemarkers and sommeliers, and visit the oldest Armagnac house in France.
Of course, we won’t forget to show you the famous Pyla Dune and the historic centre of Bordeaux with its famous miroir d’eau, or arrange lunches and dinners in restaurants with breathtaking sea views.
Corporate and Private Events in Bordeaux
Bordeaux’s infrastructure makes it the perfect location for both corporate and private events. With unique historical buildings such as the Maritime Stock Exchange, the Cité du Vin, the Opera House, as well as its innumerable wineries, Bordeaux can accommodate conferences for up to 600 people, and offer conference rooms of many configurations. 4* hotels will comfortably accommodate groups of up to 300/400 people, and 5* hotels are ideal for groups of up to 100 people.
An evening cruise along the Garonne River, cooking classes, and wine and cheese tastings at famous chateaux will make lasting impressions on your guests.