Wine Trails of Bordeaux
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Some of the highlights included are:
- Explore the incredible mansions of Sarlat
- Seek out your favourite castle in Perigord Noir
- Taste tipples in one of the most famous wine regions in the world
- Wander the streets of the Golden Triangle
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- Direct international flights
- 7 nights in 4* hotels
- 4 days' car hire
- Afternoon wine tour in Medoc
- Airport transfers
Need to know
- Arrives: Bordeaux Merignac Airport (BOD)
- Time difference: GMT+1
- Visa requirements: British passport holders don’t need a visa to visit France, but you should ensure that your passport is valid for the duration of your stay.
- Language: French
- Currency: Euro (€)
- Flying time from UK: around 2 hours
- Plug type: 2 round pins
- Voltage: 230 volts
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Famed for its wine-growing, half of the entire city is a World Heritage Site and the landscape is incredible. Visit the Cite du Vin wine museum, which boasts three state-of-the-art tasting rooms and an extraordinary round wine shop which is home to 800 wines. Take in the Triangle d’Or, or Golden Triangle, where you’ll find the Place de la Comedie and the Grand Theatre, with its magnificent neo-classical facade. Enjoy a concert here, or take a guided tour. Spend an afternoon wandering along the riverfront and take your pick from cafes and bars. You’ll even get a lesson in arguably the most famous red wine district in the world, Medoc, before the best part - tasting those fine wines with an expert.
4* Le Boutique
Afternoon wine tour in Medoc
Unwind with a gentle stroll through the maze of narrow streets which connect to the Rue de la Republique. Take in the impressive cathedral, before meandering on to the Rue des Consuls, which is home to some of the most incredible mansions in the region. In Sarlat, you can also enjoy some of the best preserved medieval architecture and track down your favourite restaurant and explore the popular markets. If you’re visiting in February and March, you can experience the annual goose festival, the Fest’Oie, when live birds and market stalls fill the streets and the region’s top chefs prepare an outdoor banquet.
4* Hotel De Selves
This area is bursting with picturesque gardens to stroll through and mesmerising castles to visit. In fact, Perigord Noir is renowned for being the region with the most castles, and there are hundreds waiting to be explored. Our Travel Experts recommend a trip to Beynac, one of the most beautiful villages in the region. The UNESCO-listed Vezere Valley is where you’ll find the natural caves, while the famous Lascaux caves are in nearby Montignac. These are sealed off to the public, but you can visit a near-perfect replica at the International Cave Painting Centre in Lascaux.
4* La Chartreuse du Bignac