Things To Do in Bordeaux

Things To Do in Bordeaux

There are tons of things to do in Bordeaux (the marvellous city that we call home)! Whether you’re looking for wine tours, watering holes, the sights to see or the best places to eat, this city has everything that you’re looking for.

Check out some of our favorite things to-do, places to see and friends to meet.

 Guided Wine Tours and Tastings


For many, Bordeaux France is synonymous with great wine! And what’s a trip to the wine capital of France without a Guided Tour of the finest Chateaux’s in the Bordeaux region?

For the ultimate blend of tasting, learning and fun in this stunning region, look no further.
Our partners at Rustic Vines take you on a relaxed wine tour with an emphasis on creating a comfortable environment. Perfect for wine-lovers of any age!

Not only do they provide wine tours to some of the grandest of Bordeaux’s chateaux, they also visit some exceptional family-run estates.

For more information, feel free to check the Rustic Vines Website >

Drinking in Bordeaux

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We pride ourselves on our selection, atmosphere, drinks and services but with that being said, there are tons (17) of other Pubs in the city that we love.

As you may know, the HMS is a family owned business, and that means that we have sister pubs too! If you enjoy the HMS Victory’s style, be sure and pay a visit to our other pubs >

Check out all of the English Pubs in Bordeaux >

Le Map – Local’s Guide to Bordeaux

Are you planning a trip to Bordeaux? If you’re looking for things to do in the city such as events and attractions, key traveller information to make your Bordeaux visit run smoothly, or are planning where to go out, you’ll find everything you need for your Bordeaux holiday here!

Their aim is to help you get the most out of your visit to Bordeaux by showing you all the best places to eat and drink and the best places to go out as well as all the sightseeing and first-timer essentials not to miss while you visit Bordeaux!

Check out our page on the Le Map website >

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