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What to do in France?
If you're into Travel, Wine, Art, Culture or Dance join me and let's rendezvous in Bordeaux France on October 9-18, 2015.
Bordeaux is considered a very tolerant and relaxed place. The cultural, artistic, and music scenes are very vibrant. The city was ruled by the English for a long time, which is why Bordeaux seems to have an "English flair".
Bordeaux is often referred to as "Little Paris", "La perle d'Aquitaine" (The Pearl of Aquitaine), and "La Belle Endormie" (Sleeping Beauty). What was once a sleepy city is now a thriving tourist destination and mecca for wine enthusiasts. You can reach Bordeaux via road, Train(Gare Saint Jean) or Plane (Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport ).
Your France experience will start at Le Majestic in Bordeaux where you will stay comfortably in an air-conditioned room(superior room) with a private, en suite bathroom or shower. They'll give their warm welcome and utmost care on your needs. They provide free WiFi access, TV, mini-bar, safe, hair-dryer and other amenities.
|Located at the city center in Bordeaux the charming and refined 18th century building of Le Majestic offers you 47 bedrooms, each with its own specific decor, a flat and a suite.|
The 10 day tour includes a guided tour (qualified, licensed and English Speaking guides) in the city.
Bordeaux is a historic city with many tourist attractions. The main districts are briefly presented here for its monument, streets, and socio-economic profile makes Bordeaux unique.
The neighbourhood between Cours de l’Intendance and rue Peyronnet is the heart of Vieux Bordeaux (Old Bordeaux). Old Bordeaux is encompassed by the largest protected sector in France (150 hectares)
Trivia: Several distinct neighbourhoods corresponds to the parishes (or former parishes) of Saint-Pierre, Sainte-Colombe, Saint-Michel, and Sainte-Croix.
|Do not miss the Victory Arch (Roman architecture), at the center of La Victoire and a great example of the town's Roman roots. Climb the 243 steps of the tower of Saint-Michel, and enjoy the panoramic view of Bordeaux. Have a walk along the Sainte-Catherine street in the Pedestrian Center and enjoy the scenery.|
|Basilica of Saint Martin of Tours|
Château de Blois. Farewell Tango Evening at the Royal Castle of Blois
Touring the vineyards and wine tasting are one of the greatest pleasures when visiting Bordeaux. It is the second largest wine-growing region in the world and produces over 800 million bottles annually. It produces some of the best and most prestigious wines in the world!
Winetasting and Tour in Medoc
The Médoc, one of the world's most famous vineyard regions, invites you to follow the Route des Grands Crus. You will go past many prestigious châteaux, reflecting the prosperity and prestige of Bordeaux winegrowers -great names such as Margaux, Latour, Mouton-Rothschild, Lafite-Rothschild. Visiting the estates, you will taste wines of infinite nuances in luxurious cellars. Fine Médoc is full of vigour, with an unforgettable bouquet and inimitable finesse.