From 580 Euro / 5 nights / pers. / DBL Room / Breakfast
From 580 Euro / 5 nights / pers. / DBL Room / Breakfast
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Departure: 14.06.2018, 14.07.2018, 18.08.2018
21 people. For a group of 15 – 20 people, the price is increased by 30 EURO / person. For less than 15 participants, the price is recalculated or the circuit is reprogrammed. Also, in the case of a smaller group, the agency reserves the right to change the airline or hotels, keeping the standards and informing the tourists in advance. Places confirmed in addition to the reserved group may be at a higher rate (depending on flight and accommodation availability) and subject to different rules of decomposition.
Appart City Bordeaux Center Ravezies is located in Bordeaux, a 4-minute walk from the Ravezies tram stop and a 19-minute walk from the Bordeaux Wine Museum. Place de la Bourse is a 20-minute drive away, and Saint-Jean Train Station is a 19-minute drive away.
The air-conditioned studios and apartments feature a work desk and a flat-screen TV. Some units include a seating area and / or a dining area. There is also a kitchenette equipped with a microwave.
Breakfast includes various types of bread, including gluten-free bread, pastries and cold and hot drinks. It also offers fresh fruit and fruit salad as well as cheeses and yoghurts.
Bordeaux Exhibition Center is an 8-minute drive away, and the Esplanade des Quinconces is 3.2 km from Appart City Bordeaux Center Ravezie. Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux is 1.5 miles away. The nearest airport is Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport, located 10 km from Appart City Bordeaux Center Ravezies.
DAY 1 BUCURESTI BORDEAUX
Meeting with the group attendant at Henri Coanda Airport (Otopeni) at 13:30 for boarding the Blue Air route to Bordeaux. Take off at 15:45 and arrive in Bordeaux at 18:15 local time. Transfer and accommodation at the Appart \ city Bordeaux Ravezies 3 * or similar.
DAY2 BORDEAUX TURN TOUR
Breakfast. Today we offer you a half-day city tour in Bordeaux (about 3 hours). With a privileged location on the banks of the River Garonne, Bordeaux is one of France’s most captivating and dynamic cities. The eighteenth century was the golden age of the city. Then most of the buildings in the city center, including those on the quay of the Garonne River, were built. In recent years, emblematic buildings have been built by famous architects such as Citas du Vin (wine museum) and Jean-Jacques Bosc bridge. We will start the pedestrian tour in the historic center with one of the most prestigious monuments in Bordeaux: the theater built in the 19th century. eighteenth century, after which we will discover the pleasure of a ride on the banks of the Garonne River. We will see the stock market, which became the emblem of the city and the cathedral of St. George. Andre who was consecrated in the 19th century. the 11th century, although much of the construction that we can see today dates from the 14th and 15th centuries. Return to the hotel.
DAY 3 OPTIONAL EXCURSION TO THE SAINT EMILION AND VITICAL ZONE
Breakfast. Today we offer an optional trip outside Bordeaux, in Saint Emilion. Surrounded by vineyards, the medieval city of Saint Emilion is a delight for the eyes. The name of the picturesque UNESCO heritage town comes from a monk who, according to legend, would have fled to a cave in this area in the 19th century. VIII. Built around the 12th-century cathedral, which is made of limestone blocks, the village is a bunch of streets flanked by historic stone buildings. After a pedestrian tour in Saint Emilion along with the local guide, we will stop at a chateau for a wine tasting. Return to Bordeaux and accommodation.
DAY 4 OPTIONAL EXCURSION IN ARCACHON GOLF AND THE LARGE DANUBE FROM THE PILAT
Breakfast. Optional excursion in Arcachon Bay, a fascinating place with diverse landscapes: ports, oyster farms, sandy beaches, pine forests and the highest sand dune in Europe. We will take an hour and a half boat ride along with the local guide in the Arcachon basin. We will travel to the heart of the Arcachon basin where a wild universe is waiting for us, half the water and half of the surface of the water; the basin is a sanctuary for many bird species. We will see the fishermen’s nets, representative of this basin and oyster farms that occupy more than 100 ha and Cap Ferret peninsula. We will end the boat ride with a lasting view of the Arcachon Bay and the typical villas, witnesses of the prestigious past. Next we will stop at the Great Dune of Pilate – the largest sand dune in Europe, with a height of 110 m. Duna is in a continuous process of formation and modification, and behind it is a huge forest of pin. We will have the time to climb the dune and admire the view of the Atlantic Ocean. Return to Bordeaux and accommodation.
DAY 5 OPTIONAL EXCURSION IN LASCAUX PESTERS AND SARL MEDIEVAL CITY
Breakfast. Optional excursion to the Perigord Noir region, a region of France rich in picturesque villages, magnificent castles and caves with prehistoric paintings. At the Lascaux caves there is a cave complex of approx. 600 cave paintings representing large animals. The paintings were made in the late Paleolithic period, about 17,000 years ago. The caves were accidentally discovered by a young Frenchman in 1940. Next, we will visit the medieval town of Sarlat at Caneda, which has developed around a Benedictine monastery. The visit of this town is like a foray into the past, because modern history has bypassed this city. Sarlat has remained one of the most representative cities of France in the 14th century, and in the central square of the city we can enjoy local delicacies such as foie gras and cheese.
DAY 6 BORDEAUX- BUCURESTI
Breakfast. Release the rooms before 11:00. Free time for end-to-end shopping or shopping in downtown Bordeaux. Transfer to Bordeaux airport for boarding Blue Air flight to Bucharest. Bordeaux debuted at 19:00, arriving in Bucharest at 23:15.
Wine is sensational, the city is in the mood. But in Bordeaux there is food, architectural monuments, narrow and intimate streets, and a restoration project that gives the city more and more taste.
Everyone, not only the connoisseurs, has heard of the Bordeaux wine. At this festival you have time to enjoy it, from several producers. Everything accompanied by good food and symphonic music performances offered by the Bordeaux Aquitane National Orchestra.
The festival takes place in a picturesque region. It stretches over 2 km from the banks of the Garonne River to 18th-century buildings in the center of Bordeaux.
Every evening, there are light shows, the day you can go to school to learn about the art of wine making, or watch skill shows.