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This is a must do for any tourist. It lasts for about 45-60 mins, taking you around on a 'noddy train'. You have headphones that give you a commentary. For the price of 8 euros, its got to be done. Just pay the driver.
Good value 45 minute tour which gets in all the narrow side streets a big bus tour can’t.
Each row of seats is for 4 but that’s a squeeze. We want at 1145 and there was plenty of room for us to spread out over...More
You buy tickets at the tourist office for this 1 1/2 hour tour of the main sights of Bordeaux. Headsets let you listen in various languages. We found both the French and the Spanish easier to understand then the English. Equipment not great. BUT the...More
A wonderful way to quickly discover the main neighborhoods of Bordeaux UNESCO world heritage sites, with its unique medieval layout! Perfect with kids! Can be complemented by walking tours with a licensed guide for more in-depth information.
I wish they improved the audio devices however...More
A friend took us to this tourist office while visiting Bordeaux. They were very helpful for obtaining information, maps, etc. They also had a wonderful shop. I purchased the nicest T shirt that I saw during my whole week during a river cruise. They also...More
This train offers commentaries in several languages, and travels around the centre of the city and takes you to the sights that you may not otherwise have seen or known about in this beautiful historic city on your trip that lasts about 1h 20 mins....More
While this is not a knock-your-socks-off tour, it is a great way to see the sites in the city center. The last car of the train has headsets, so if you do not speak French, you want to sit there. There were a few times...More
This gives a really good commentary of all the major sites, monuments etc. So glad we did it as it then gave us more ideas for where we wanted to go and what we wanted to learn more about. Goes from the center near the...More