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    Surprise your guests and make a lasting impression with an exceptional panoramic tour of the city of Bordeaux. You can privatize our buses if you are numerous or if you wish to share a privileged moment with your group: students, friends, colleagues, family, customers…

    In the same way, if you are a group of at least 20 people, we are at your disposal to study together your request and to send you an estimate.

    The tour is audio-guided and available in 10 languages.

    If you wish, you can also choose to have a professional guide onboard with your group who will comment the visit. Rates and conditions: please contact us.

    Bordeaux VisiotourRed double-decker bus

    • Duration 70 mn

    • Departure from the tourist office

      10 cours du 30 Juillet Bordeaux

    • Audioguide in 10 languages - Free earphones

    • Wifi available

    • Tickets available online

    Qui sommes nous - Bordeaux City Tours


    From 20 people, benefit from a preferential rate.
    For specific audiences (schoolchildren, young people, disabled people), the reduced rate applies even if the number of people is less than 20.

    12,50€ Per person
    group of 20 people minimum

    Private rental

    Particularly adapted to groups for events, the privatization of a bus is an authentic and unique way to discover the city Bordeaux while sharing a privileged moment.

    Maximum capacity: 76 places, 53 on the upper floor and 23 on the lower floor.

    699€ VAT included
    Monday to Saturday, duration 1h10

    Other days, durations and schedules: please contact us

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    The advantages of the tour

    Free individual headphone
    Free Wifi
    Air conditioning lower floor
    Dog accepted
    Electric tarpaulin in case of rain or strong heat
    PMR access
    Save time with the electronic ticket








    Why privatize  THE DOUBLE-DECKER BUS?

    Privatizing a Visiotour bus to visit Bordeaux has several advantages.

    • Flexibility: By privatizing the double-decker bus, the number of people in your group can vary up to the moment of boarding.
    • Comfort: Visiotour buses are equipped with comfortable seats, air conditioning, a tarpaulin to protect you from the rain, to ensure a pleasant and relaxed trip.
    • Intimacy : By privatizing a red bus, you can enjoy the company of your friends or your family to visit Bordeaux
    • Savings: If you are a large group, renting a Visiotour bus can be more economical.


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    Stéphane Aribe

    Bordeaux - France

    I rediscovered a city that I thought I knew but in fact I didn't know that it was so good this city! Thanks to the cat bus for making me travel! I think it's the yellowest...

    Pierre Bernad

    Mérignac - France

    we were able to discover all the most popular tourist sites in the city. The recorded commentaries were very informative and helped us discover the history and culture of...

    Patrick Camel

    Tataouïne - Tunisie

    Finally a bus that offers quiet and pleasant rides. Thank you!

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    You are organizing a group event or a party in Bordeaux? Bordeaux City Tours proposes you to privatize its Visiotour, its red bus or its Authentic tour, its yellow bus. Our offer of privatization of one of our buses is available for associations, companies, schools or public institutions.

    With a privatized bus, you have the freedom to visit Bordeaux from yesterday to today at your own pace.

    The bus is driven by an experienced driver, allowing you to relax while enjoying the beautiful view of Bordeaux.

    What monuments to visit during your trip to Bordeaux?

    Wondering where to start visiting the capital of Gironde? Here are the must-see places in a city full of treasures. Between wine tasting at the Cité du Vin, excursions to the surrounding Chateaux and a visit to the historic center of the City of Bordeaux, there is so much to do! Bordeaux is characterized by its beautiful monuments, its museums, its quays, its markets. Discover the picturesque districts of Bordeaux: Quartier Saint-Pierre, Saint-Michel or quartier des Chartrons…

    Starting your visit with the Monument des Girondins, classified as a historical monument since 2011, it will be essential to continue :

    • The Place de la Bourse
    • In parallel, the largest water mirror in the world.
    • The Cathedral Saint-André and its Pey-Berland tower are located near the Hôtel de Ville.
    • Let yourself be surprised by the other aspects of the medieval city.
    • The Porte Cailhau, the Porte de Bourgogne, the Grosse Cloche and the Pont de Pierre are among the must-see sites to visit when you come to Bordeaux.

    Located at the crossroads of the Atlantic Ocean, the Landes forest and the Gironde estuary, Bordeaux’s central position between trade routes, both land and river, in the heart of a rich wine region has made it one of France’s leading cities, with palaces, rich abbeys and a cathedral. An important center of international trade, the Romans planted vines from the Basque foothills along the banks of the Garonne at the advent of the Empire. During the Renaissance, it became an intellectual center with the College of Guyenne. In the 17th and 18th centuries, Bordeaux became the first port in France and the third largest slave port. Crossed by the Garonne River and close to the Côte d’Argent, the city of the Enlightenment has been showcasing its golden facades, prestigious courtyards and monumental squares accompanied by its French gardens since the 18th century.

    Bordeaux is the world’s wine capital with its prestigious chateaux and vineyards. The city is also considered one of the centers of gastronomy and business tourism for the organization of international conferences. The outskirts of Bordeaux are also a central and strategic hub for the aerospace sector, home to several international companies such as Dassault Aviation, ArianeGroup, Safran and Thales. In addition, the town of Le Barp, between Bordeaux and Arcachon, is home to one of only two megajoule lasers in the world.

    With the University of Bordeaux, the city and its metropolis are an important center of higher education and research at the national and European level with more than 100,000 students.