Place des Quinconces
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What people are saying about Place des Quinconces

Overall rating
4.4 / 5
based on 498 reviews

The Bordeaux city pass was definitely worth the price! It gave us access to several museums including La Cité Du Vin. We had free transportation which came in handy when going to the airport on our final day. It also saved us tons of money since we didn't have to use Ubers or taxis. Sometimes the buses were a little off or the stops where in odd locations but otherwise I highly recommend!

Excellent, informative, a invaluable 2 hour walking tour..

We thoroughly enjoyed our walking tour with Marie (Mary), she had a wealth of fascinating information, so knowledgeable, great with her group and encouraged questions and made it fun. This was invaluable to our short stay in Bordeaux, 2 hours out of the day to give insite to this amazing city, well worth it... book it, you won’t regret it.. thanks Mary

Bordeaux: Guided Walking Tour Reviewed by

The tour guide was great! He was knowledgeable and funny so he kept us interested in the tour. He also grew in Bordeaux so knew a lot of people all over the city. He showed us great spots to eat and grab drinks. We also went to our free drinks at the end of the tour and the place had excellent wines at reasonable prices.

Bordeaux: Guided Walking Tour Reviewed by

Excellent information from guide Neil. Interesting about the city of Bordeaux and the history of the area, and detailed information about the huge sculpture. The tour lasted just long enough and were given vouchers for wine bar. Bordeaux is a beautiful city and we understand it more now.

Bordeaux: Guided Walking Tour Reviewed by

Very easy to use. Read the guide book first, select what you want to see and go for it. I used it on buses and trams without any grief. The venues covered responded immediately with free access or the reduction promised. A great facility and promotes access

Bordeaux Metropole City Pass for 48 or 72 Hours Reviewed by
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