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Discover Bordeaux differently… Do you want to unlock all the secrets of our beautiful city? Treat yourself to a visit in the Visiotour imperial bus!

  • Place of departure

    Tourist Office 10 cours du 30 Juillet Bordeaux

  • Departure

    Departure assured with a minimum of 8 paying persons

  • Free individual headphones

  • Free Wifi

  • Air conditioning lower floor

  • Dog accepted

  • Electric tarpaulin in case of rain or strong heat

  • PMR access

  • Gift card valid until December 31, 2024

  • 14.50 €


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Bordeaux Visiotour
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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
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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  • What is the Visiotour imperial bus tour?

    Treat yourself to a visit of Bordeaux as you have never seen it before! Our panoramic bus offers a 70-minute itinerary to discover the Bordeaux of yesterday and today through the richness of its heritage.

    Seated comfortably on the upper floor, 4 meters high, enjoy an exceptional view of the city and discover its emblematic monuments such as the Place de la Bourse, the Grosse Cloche, the Porte Cailhau… but also the new Chaban-Delmas Bridge, the majestic Cité du Vin and the Bacalan district.

    A Baillardran mini-canelé offered at the end of the visit.

    Audio-guided tour in 10 languages
    Special children’s commentary in French and English
    Single-use individual earphones offered.

    Gift card valid from 01/03 to 31/12/2023.

    Departure and return from the Tourist Office, 12 cours du 30 Juillet in Bordeaux.

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Bordeaux City Tours has been awarded the Tourism & Handicap label, making it easy to organize your experience on board our bus for a serene trip. The Bordeaux Visiotour has a reserved seat for people with reduced mobility.

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