Discover St Emilion wines and UNESCO Heritage
After a pick-up in Bordeaux, 40 minutes drive to Saint Emilion.
Let yourself be guided through the narrow and steep streets of this wonderful medieval village and discover that Saint Emilion is much more than wine!
I will take you to the mysterious underground monuments which are the craddle of local history. Follow me on the footsteps of the pilgrims and enter the largest monolithic church in Europe!
Then we will drive to a familial local wine estate for a visit and a wine tasting before driving back to Bordeaux.
The order of the visit can be changed depending on partners availibilities
13. 30 : leave Bordeaux
14. 15 : arrival in St Emilion area - winery or village - 1st visit : village and monuments or wine tour
16. 00 : second visit - Village or winery
18. 30 : drive back to Bordeaux for an arrival around 19. 30
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Pick-up at your hotel in Bordeaux or northern peripheric zone
End location: Pick-up at your hotel in Bordeaux or northern peripheric zone
Duration: 6 hours
9 seater air-conditionned minivan
A guided tour of Saint Emilion with a licensed guide
the transportation from Bordeaux to Saint Emilion and way back
Bottles of water in the car
Insurance while on board
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 euros - per person (wine tasting + entrance fees to underground monuments)
Most of the wine tasting are not free of charge - consider 12 euros per person per tasting
Underground monuments access : 9€/person
9 seater minivan (7/8 passengers maximum) -
Of course, I will be glad to help you with organisation if your group is above 7 members
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Our whole party was delighted with the tour which would have been difficult to improve in any way. Our guide was friendly, knowledgeable and enthusiastic, giving just the right amount of information but was able to answer additional questions with authority and clarity. Her English was impeccable. The two halves of the tour were very different but each was handled with the same degree of expertise, and both should be on the itinerary of every visitor to the region.