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Visit the Place de la Bourse, pictured here under blue sky, on a Bordeaux vacation


Bordeaux Vacations

The top sights, highlights, tours & travel itinaries curated by our Travel Experts.

Travel to Bordeaux on Vacation

Plan a vacation to Bordeaux with Tourlane and you’ll discover one of the most famous cities for wine worldwide. Synonymous with the delicious red wine that is made in the surrounding region, Bordeaux welcomes wine enthusiasts from around the world every year, who embark on wine tours and tastings. The city itself is also a destination in its own right, with its elegant streets, 18th century architecture, and majestic river. With Tourlane, book your flights, transfers, accommodations, and guides for Bordeaux, all in one place.

  • 1. Bordeaux Wine Tours

  • 2. La Cité du Vin

  • 3. Place de la Bourse, Bordeaux

  • 4. Jardin Public

What to Do in Bordeaux

1. Go on a Bordeaux Wine Tour

Many visitors are drawn to Bordeaux because of the wine that the city and region is famous for: 90% of which are red wines made with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. If you’re interested in discovering the best Bordeaux wine, join one of the many special wine tours, tastings, and trails that depart from the city. Ask your Tourlane Travel Expert for insider tips and recommendations about the best tours and tastings.

2. La Cité du Vin

Another great attraction for wine lovers to visit while in Bordeaux is La Cité du Vin, a large contemporary museum and exhibition center that focuses on the topic of wine. It’s one of the top-rated attractions in the city, offering visitors the chance to listen, watch, and read about wine around the world. There are also guided tours and tasting workshops on offer throughout the year.

3. Place de la Bourse

If you want to see one of the most famous sights in France, then look no further than the Place de la Bourse. Dating back to the 18th century, this spectacular square is recognized by the UNESCO World Heritage list and wooes visitors with its elegance and grandeur. It’s steeped in history, and was built as part of Bordeaux’s decision to open up the city’s medieval walls and grow beyond.

4. Jardin Public

If you’re enjoying good weather and want to spend some time relaxing outdoors, head to Jardin Public, Bordeaux’s large central park that also dates back to the 18th century. As well as all the green space, you’ll also find a large lake, restaurant, and the Bordeaux Natural History Museum—perfect for those looking for top-notch exhibitions on science and nature. Less

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