Bordeaux Market Food Tour
April to October
Tramway stop Saint Michel line C
Place de la Victoire
English and French
This 3 hours walking food tour of the Bordeaux Market will begin with you meeting the local expert guide at the Tramway stop Saint Michel line C, then prepare to discover the ancient market district of Saint Michel. Experience the authentic historical center of Bordeaux as you meander through its cobbled streets, its longstanding monuments and of course, the locals.
After a quick stop in a traditional French bakery, you will be taken to Bordeaux’s oldest and biggest indoor market Les Capucins. Meet with the vendors and hear their stories, taste locally produced foods including cheese, oysters, duck pate, and many other delicious treats.
Explore the diversity of what Bordeaux terroir has to offer with your personalized English speaking guide, so you can chat with the local producers who are amazing ambassadors for the French way of life. To finish the day, you will enjoy one of France oldest tradition, the French aperitif. A local wine will be matching a platter of cured meat or oysters, perfect time to share with your guide and talk about the region ending your tour at Place de la Victoire.
Tour Tickets (may vary by date)
|General (P/P)||59.00 (EUR)|
Meet your guide at tramway stop Saint Michel line C.
Local bakery stop and pastrie tasting.
Market tour and food tastings at Les Capucins.
End of the tour at place de la Victoire.
- Comfortable footwear.
More than 7 days before the day of the tour: no cancellation fee.
Less than 7 days before the day of the tour or no show: 100% of the cost of the tour.
The minimum number of people for each tour is 2. We reserve the right to cancel the tour 48 hours before departure if the minimum number of people is not met and you will receive a full refund.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can children participate?
The tours are open to children 13 years and older, at the regular price and accompanied by an adult.
Is a meal included in the tour?
A meal is included only for the full-day wine tours, that being Tuesdays and Fridays. However, at some wine estates, the tastings include local gourmet products such as cheeses, cold cuts, macaroons, etc.
Who goes with the group?
Each group is driven by a qualified guide. The guides also have a chauffeur’s license. Some even have a tasting aptitude certificate (DUAD) from the University of Bordeaux Wine Studies Department.