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Cité du Vin
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What people are saying about Cité du Vin

Overall rating
4.3 / 5
based on 1,175 reviews

An Amazing Exhibition on all aspects of the history of wine making.

I found out about this exhibition while googling top attractions to visit in Bordeaux. I booked online at €20 each and easily parked in the accompanying car park. My family and I spent about 3 hours there using our headphones and tuning into about 100 different stations. The actual building is ultra modern with a 360 degree viewing floor of the area at the top. There is a huge bar where we were offered one small drink of wine to taste. This was disappointing considering the grandeur of the rest of the experience. And the fact I had paid €80 for my family to be there.

A great value for access to desirable tourist locations.

Purchased the 3-day pass for a 6 day stay in Bordeaux, France. While the QR code arrived via email, I had to go to the Tourist Office in the center of town to show them the purchase and receive a printed pass to use at all locations. While not as convenient as simply receiving a pass via mobile app to use everywhere, the pass itself was terrific. All transportation and museum costs were covered and it was a valuable asset in making my trip a great one.

Bordeaux Metropole City Pass for 48 or 72 Hours Reviewed by

A very interesting and enjoyable experience in a fantastic setting.

I particularly liked the history details, the people speaking from different parts of the world and the interactive sensory area. One negative is that a couple of the screens in the countries display at the start could be better positioned so people watching one display do not block the view of those at the neighboring display. Bordeaux and Spain was one and California and Argentina was another. The latter would be very easy to fix.

Enjoyable afternoon cruising and learning

Fabulous way to spend 90 Minutes enjoying the history and beauty of Bordeaux. Presenter Diane knowledgeable and personable. Wines were good choices and balanced with informative presentation. Felt an overload on the information by the last 30 minutes. Excellent value for money

Bordeaux: Wine Tasting Cruise from Cité du Vin Reviewed by

Gives a good and interesting perspective of Bordeaux.

The English commentary was good but it is impossible to give simultaneous running commentaries and so sometimes it was retrospective and not as comprehensive as The French. Would you consider a supportive written commentary in English to run alongside a verbal one?

Bordeaux: Wine Tasting Cruise from Cité du Vin Reviewed by