Saint-Pierre, Bordeaux, France

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Saint-Pierre, Bordeaux, France: Our most recommended tours and activities

  • Bordeaux: River Garonne Cruise with Glass of Wine

    1. Bordeaux: River Garonne Cruise with Glass of Wine

    Discover Bordeaux from the River Garonne onboard the yacht, Le Luna. Enjoy a different perspective on the historic city with expert commentary. From the river, see some of the most famous sights of the city including the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Gothic Cathedral. Admire 18th and 19th-century mansions and art museums. Enjoy a glass of local wine and a small traditional cake from the region, known as a canelé.

    A great way to see the city on a hot day! We sat at a table at the back of the boat in the shade with a cool breeze. The compère managed to give us a running commentary in three languages! She was interested in us as well as telling us about the highlights of the city. The length of the trip was perfect - just 90 minutes and the glass of wine was lovely

  • Bordeaux Metropole City Pass for 48 or 72 Hours

    2. Bordeaux Metropole City Pass for 48 or 72 Hours

    The Bordeaux Métropole City Pass is available for 48 or 72 hours, consecutively, for individual travelers, and offers free or reduced-price access to services and attractions. The validity of the card begins with the first use. A practical guidebook is provided with the card. Benefits and Privileges with 48 and 72-hour Passes • Free access to the TBM public transportation network (tramway, bus, river shuttle) • Free entry to 15 museums and monuments  • Free access to attractions • Discount rates on wine excursions, lunch or dinner cruises, visits and tastings at wine estates, sightseeing bateau mouche tour on the Garonne River • Enter the Cité du Vin before 12:00 (€5 extra after 12:00) • Choice between the touristic train, the open-top bus or the guided walking tour • The Basins of Lights entrance • The City of Wine entrance (before noon)  • Discover Les Bassins de Lumi...

    The Bordeaux city pass was definitely worth the price! It gave us access to several museums including La Cité Du Vin. We had free transportation which came in handy when going to the airport on our final day. It also saved us tons of money since we didn't have to use Ubers or taxis. Sometimes the buses were a little off or the stops where in odd locations but otherwise I highly recommend!

  • Bordeaux Lunch Cruise

    3. Bordeaux Lunch Cruise

    Climb aboard a pleasure boat in Bordeaux and cruise along the waterfront for a unique perspective of the beautiful city. Listed by UNESCO as an inhabited historic city of outstanding urban and architectural value, the port city of Bordeaux has more protected buildings than any other city in France except Paris. You will pass under a vertical-lift bridge spanning the River Garonne and continue to the Pont d'Aquitaine. While on board, enjoy a sit down menu of delicious French food, including a starter, main course and dessert. The boat will turn around after the Port of Bassens and return to the pier in Bordeaux at approximately 2:00 PM.

    This tour is for 3 hours and not 2 as stated by GetYourGuide. The tour was good and the food was good.

  • Bordeaux: Guided Walking Tour

    4. Bordeaux: Guided Walking Tour

    Discover the historic sights of Bordeaux on a 2-hour walking tour of the historic center, and discover why it was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Meet your guide by the Bordeaux Tourist Office on Cours du 30 Juillet. Then, discover an outstanding ensemble of urban landmarks and architectural wonders. Stroll past the theaters, town halls, and private mansions, interspersed with squares, parks, and fountains to get an intriguing perspective on a city that is undergoing a spectacular metamorphosis. See some of the new economic and artistic projects. From the wide avenues of neo-classical neighborhoods surrounding Place des Quinconces, to the Grand Theater, and the narrow lanes of the Saint-Pierre neighborhood, the tour invites you to discover the diversity of Bordeaux’s heritage. Learn about Bordeaux’s history and the Enlightenment philosophers who influenced the city’s urban ...

    My trip with Catherine in Bordeaux was very informative, interesting and thoroughly enjoyable.

  • Bordeaux: Nighttime Sidecar Tour with Wine Tasting

    5. Bordeaux: Nighttime Sidecar Tour with Wine Tasting

    Watch Bordeaux come alive at night as you travel around the city in the comfort of the passenger basket of a vintage sidecar. In the company of a private driver/guide, discover the most beautiful illuminated sights of the city, including the Opera, the Place de la Bourse, and the Saint-André Cathedral. Later, pass through the narrow side streets of the city and let yourself be seduced by the subtle charm and lively atmosphere of the area. Finish your tour by cracking open a bottle of wine to celebrate your time in Bordeaux. You may choose to be dropped off at a restaurant of your choice once the tour has finished.

  • Gourmet City Tour of Bordeaux

    6. Gourmet City Tour of Bordeaux

    At 9:00 AM meet your guide in the center of Bordeaux and start your walking tour around the 18th century city of Bordeaux, which was UNESCO classified in 2007. At 10:00 AM, be welcomed at a charming bakery. Take a seat and enjoy a coffee/tea while learning about the history of the place and tasting their specialties. Afterwards, stop at a famous chocolate maker in Bordeaux, where the secret of their recipes has been kept quiet for several generations. The owner of this mythical place will invite you to taste different flavored chocolate such as ginger, green tea, or orange.                          At noon continue this gourmet experience with cheese tastings! Your guide will tell you about the know-how and the characters of famous cheeses such as Comté, Roquefort, and Brie. Followed by this, enjoy lunch at Bordovino's Appartment with Bordeaux wines. Taste the mythical cake of Bordeaux ...

    We did the morning tour with Quentin, who was really fun and informative. We navigated the main part of the city, stopping at a bakery, a chocolatier, where we saw where the gorgeous treats are made (so cool!). We ended our time with a wonderful homemade lunch of quiche and salad and wine and good laughs. Definitely recommend the tour, and specifically, Quentin! Thank you!

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What people are saying about Saint-Pierre, Bordeaux, France

Solution perfectly suited to a cultural stay in this magnificent city of Bordeaux. Leaving your vehicle at the hotel and getting around by public transport also saves you time and energy to get your holidays off to a good start. We were made to feel very welcome at the tourist office, very well directed and 30 minutes later we were on the double decker bus for a very informative city tour !!! The Cité du vin, the Bassin des Lumières, the natural history museum, the Girondins fountain, travel… for 39 euros (48 hours) !!! Do not hesitate, go for it !!! The fact of materializing the card could simplify the handling but the exchange with the person of the office was worth the detour (foresee a little wait in August… normal)!

Very well maintained boats, with a beautiful ride and very informative comments. Suitable for both adults and children. The glass of wine, (soft for children) and cannelés were also very appreciable. Be careful, however, to trust the address of the opposite street, otherwise the platform will be difficult to find.

The jetty》 24 《is mentioned as the meeting point, but this number is not indicated anywhere on the quay. A mark "24" (visible from a distance) would be desirable. the

You can go to Bordeaux without stress, everything is indicated, just remember to book your visits in advance: cathedral, little train and tourist bus, etc.

City pass 48h opened up lots of visits for a beautiful 2-day program in Bordeaux!