I first went on the wine tasting one which was brilliant – we went to 4 venues across the city, interspersed with short walks, and tasted some great wine in good company.(…) I liked it so much that I did their market tour 2 days after, and even though I’m not a huge foodie it was fascinating. (…) Small groups, great company and great food/wine at a reasonable price (…) A must if you’re in Bordeaux and want a proper taste of the city 🙂
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All of our tours are available as private tours. With just your group and one of our expert, friendly guides, you’ll be able to ask as much or as little as you want, spend more time in a specific location, savor a few more wines, or take your time with a tasting. We can alter the experience to meet your specific needs. Prices start from 150 euros per group of 5 guests.
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See What Our Previous Guests Have Said
Superfriendly guides and veeery informative tours 🙂
We had a great 2 hours with our Guide John here in Bordeaux. He explained everything in detail and asked us to question him at any time! Always locking for a place in the shadow at the historical sites to show us details & tell us some fun facts about them.(…) he always had tips & clues where to find the best wine and where to get a nice meal! (…)
We had a great time on the market tour and ended up getting a lot more food than we expected. It is a bargain and the guide was really fun. We wish we could have done the wine tour but had to catch a train. Next time!
Very cheap compared to the other tours and great in depth knowledge of Bordeaux and was great fun well recommended the time just flew by
(…) It was basically a private tour. So we had Henley as our tour guide which was awesome. She took us to the Marche des Capucins, telling us a bit about the history of the city and the news on the way to the market (…) we stopped at several kiosks to learn about the vendors’ produce and to taste the oysters, truffle ham (omg), foie gras, cheese and wine. (…) It was like visiting a friend in Bordeaux. (…)