Bordeaux river cruises bring you along the Garonne River to the wine capital of the world. Know as the Cite Du Vin -- or "City of Wine" -- the city even features a museum of the same name. A smaller city, Bordeaux is an incredible place, with far more to offer than just wine. Here, you'll find outstanding food, breathtaking architecture, and a delightful culture.
Visit Bordeaux's most popular attractions when cruising
There's lots to see and do on a Bordeaux cruise. Perhaps the best place to get a sense of the city's heritage is the Cite Du Vin Museum. Delivering a holistic education on Bordeaux's claim to fame, the museum is instantly recognizable for its wine decanter-like, futuristic shape.
Or, visit the Palais Gallien: an ancient Roman amphitheater found in the heart of town that dates all the way back to the third century.
And, many Bordeaux voyages visit the nearby commune of Saint-Émilion. This beautiful village hosts fantastic wine and food amidst the setting of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.