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Bordeaux Visiotour
4.3
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Erin Gwillim
Erin Gwillim
19:29 04 Mar 23
We took the mini electric train through the city streets, through café terraces. It fit through the tiny streets. Was great. Headsets for translations! Loved it. Got our tickets at the tourist center.
Leo P
Leo P
12:10 06 Feb 23
Very good and informative trip.
Kevin Randles
Kevin Randles
14:53 09 Oct 22
No hop on -off.Other side of the river is a a slum and could be missed off.driver was excellent
Vinnie
Vinnie
09:47 08 Oct 22
We popped in to grab the heritage tour leaflet and buy a pen then set off on foot to see all 15 sights was very good
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Ultan Tobin
Ultan Tobin
08:23 29 Sep 19
Very informative
Roland
Roland
20:13 24 Oct 18
Great one-hour tour of the main sights with multi-lingual audio commentary via headsets that were clear and didn't touch the ears (hygiene!) The driver was very friendly and stopped at photo opportunities. Slightly less (1€) expensive in the yellow bus than in the red double-decker. You also receive a voucher for a free Canelé (local little cake) from the shop next to the tourist information office where the tour starts and ends.
Mimosa toinette
Mimosa toinette
19:12 04 Oct 18
Very good bus, city commentary 🏙 and well-focused trip. Attention for the elderly in summer, bus not suitable because convertible and not air-conditioned.
Nancy Fink
Nancy Fink
15:27 24 Sep 18
Good audio, comprehensive tour, video...not so much
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