Lonely Planet's City of the Year 2017
UNESCO Heritage Site
1hr from sanctuary surf/2hrs from Paris by train
Even for a city break alone Bordeaux is seriously worth a visit. Big enough to get lost in, but small enough to explore at your leisure. A mix of old winding backstreets, wide open riverside quays for a lazy summer promenade and centrally located 'squares', ideal for sipping a coffee and watching the world go bye, Bordeaux really has a lot to offer. With plenty of boutique shopping, artisanal craft and independent stores nestled amongst a wide array of restos, bistros and cafe's. Bordeaux is everything a city should be.
James and Olly can give you plenty of tips if you want to head off and explore. Just ask for a map and after a quick chat you'll be set! We know all the 'quartiers', backstreets, restaurants, bars, shops, sights you name it.
Make the most of your time in the city with a friendly guide who will take you on a personalised trip around the city according to your tastes (all in perfect English of course!).