Things to do in La Cité du Vin
La Cite Du Vin is an open exhibition space dedicated to the theme of wine in Bordeaux. The space is home to a permanent exhibition, titled “A voyage of discovery to the heart of wine cultures”. The exhibition invites you to embark on an immersive sensory adventure exploring the many and varied facets of wine across cultures and time. Occupying more than 32,000 ft² and with nearly twenty different themed areas, this exhibition is must see for anyone with an interest in wine! A visit to the permanent exhibition also includes access to La Cité du Vin’s Belvedere, located on the 8th floor of the building, you can enjoy a 360° view of Bordeaux whilst tasting a glass of world wine.
The space is home to various daily wine workshops, from wine discovery to tasting and pairing, a workshop will allow you to expand your knowledge of wine while having fun! The space is also host to many temporary exhibitions, shows and events. With a restaurant, café and a boutique on site La Cite Du Vin is an excellent day out!
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Skip-the-line ticket to La Cité du Vin with wine tasting
Book your skip-the-line tickets to La Cité du Vin in Bordeaux with wine tasting. Enjoy a unique experience discovering a world full of wine.
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Bordeaux City Pass with validity 24h, 48h or 72h
Get the most of Bordeaux with a citypass offering unlimited transportation, free entrance to museums and discounts on cultural activities.
Brunch à bord du yacht "Le Luna"
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Excursion guidée à vélo au coeur du Bordeaux local
Profitez d'une excursion à vélo, en petit groupe, au coeur du Bordeaux local et préparez-vous à sortir des sentiers battus en compagnie de votre guide expert.
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“Bello lugar, impecable, almorzamos en en el resto del sitio, la visita guiada completísima, aprendimos mucho”