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Join us for an unforgettable bike ride through the different neighbourhoods of the city, crossing over the magnificent Pont de Pierre to the other side, where we will follow its beautiful path that offers us a unique view of the Port de la Lune – the Port of the Moon.

Following this path we will cross the impressive Jacques Chaban-Delmas bridge - a true technological feat – to reach the ‘cité des civilisations du vin’, a huge building dedicated to the history and production of wine. Then we'll bike to Chartrons, a charming neighbourhood famous for its wine cellars, antique shops and market.


We will ride along the serene paths of the Jardin Public – the public garden – a true haven of peace in the heart of the city where residents from nearby neighbourhoods have met up with friends since the 18th century. Around the corner from the gardens, we will admire the Palais Gallien, the only remaining witness of the almost 4-century long Roman presence.

We will cross the biggest plaza in Europe – Place des Quinconces – which played an often unknown but crucial role in the history of Bordeaux, before going to admire the Place de la Comédie and the majestic Grand Théâtre, the masterpiece of Victor Louis. Last but not least, we will enter the historical centre to discover its greatest monuments, including the Cathédral St. André, the City Hall, and the oldest city gates dating from the 13th and 15th centuries.

This itinerary may vary depending on the weather, and is also adaptable to your needs and wishes.
For any further information, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

 

 

 
 

 
 

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Duration : 2 to 3 hours
Distance covered : About 15km
Time of day : 9:45 am or 2:30 pm
Availability : From March 1st to October 31st (see calendar)
Price : 29€ / person; bicycles provided (free for children under 3 years old, and baby seats included);
Meeting place : 47 rue de la Rousselle, in front of a lovely old square.

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