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Bordeaux Airport Transfers

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AQUITAINE MUSEUM: The Musée d’Aquitaine in Bordeaux is one of the largest French history museums outside Paris.

MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS:  The museum displays works by some of Europe's greatest painters as well as Bordeaux artists from various periods and schools.

BORDEAUX MONUMENT TRACKER APP: An exceptional application to guide your steps in Bordeaux, with more than 85 monuments and sites!

 

 

 

 

Bordeaux transfers

Atlantic Rescue offer private door to door Bordeaux transfers 7 days a week to any chosen destination on the west coast of France. Our drivers can meet you directly from Bordeaux Mérignac (BOD) airport and whisk you away in one of our comfortable minibuses.

Bordeaux airport gives you great access to the Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes region of France and some cracking university cities such as La Rochelle, Limoges, Poitiers and Pau as well as the coastal towns of Mimizan, Hossegor and Capbreton.

Contact us directly for a quote and details about the trip or use the quick quote form to get the price for your transfer then make a booking.

 

Bordeaux guide

Bordeaux has evolved significantly over the past decade and with a prestigious past it is a wonderful and vibrant city with lots to offer.

The city has become a cultural mecca with an abundance of exhibition venues, contemporary music, theatre, dance and even an opera theater.

If you are interested in art and history then there are 7 municipally owned museums with excellent collections from fine and contemporary art through to French customs and regional history.

Probably the most famous thing about Bordeaux is the wine and surly a trip to this part of the world wouldn’t be complete without an adventure in a vineyard. The department of Gironde produces more fine than any other part of France and in recent years the wine estates have opened their gates to the general public.

Many of the estates and wine schools in the surrounding areas now offer tasting courses including practical (always best) and theoretical classes. These classes can be for a couple of hours or a full day and you will certainly leave with a better understanding and appreciation for the local tipple.

If you are traveling with children Bordeaux offers a great experience with lots of activities for all to enjoy. The Bordeaux-Pessac Zoo and the Ferme Exotique de Cadaujac are great places to spend the day and the kids will love the animals, pony rides and other activities.

If relaxing on a terrace with a coffee or a cheeky afternoon wine then the range of places to relax in Bourdeaux is fantiastic. Place des Chartrons is a charming place to stop for a coffee or the slightly more elegant Triangle d’Or. Further south you will find the Place du Palais close to Pore Cailhau this has an abundance of terraces that seem to be fitting for people in their 40’s and the age seems in decrease the further along the streets you go until you are surrounded by hipsters and over gelled hair styles.