Bordeaux Tours: Top 5 Least Favorable Times to Visit
Bordeaux was recently awarded Best European Destination 2015, and for good reason. Its lively riverfront is bustling with chic cafés, wine bars, and boutiques, and the city has over 1,000 restaurants—5 with Michelin stars—so finding a good meal is never difficult. Its neoclassical limestone architecture is stunning; in fact Paris modeled many of its boulevards and buildings after Bordeaux’s. It is the second largest wine-growing region in the world, home to 10,000 vineyards, and it accommodates hundreds of thousands of tourists each year.
When do you schedule your Bordeaux wine tours? Let us know your favorite (or least favorite) times below!