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Bordeaux & Aquitaine, Dordogne & Perigord, Correze & Limousin.

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Let’s travel back to the Middle-Age and beyond to better understand this rich region that boasts a remarquable heritage among the most beautiful in the world. To its millenary history is added geographic and climatic elements which have shaped breathtaking landscapes and fertile soils and lands. So many traditions that local people have the pleasure to share with you…
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Cooking with Corinne in Perigord

8 days / 7 nights
  • Luxury guest house accommodation
  • Daily breakfasts, lunches and dinners
  • Hands-on cooking classes & visits to local producers
  • Cultural guided tours
  • 8 days transportation by private minibus
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Dordogne & Bordeaux culinary tour lifestyle vacations

Taste of Dordogne & Bordeaux

9 days / 8 nights
  • Chateau & Luxury guesthouse accommodations
  • Daily breakfasts, lunches and dinners in traditional and gourmet restaurants
  • Hands-on cooking classes & visits to local producers
  • Cultural guided tours
  • 9 days transportation by private luxury car or minibus
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$4,080 to $4,990/pers.

France Wine Route

14 days / 13 nights
  • Luxury hotel, chateau and guesthouses accommodation
  • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners (including several Michelin-star restaurants)
  • Hands-on private cooking classes followed by dinners
  • Wine tours and wine tasting classes
  • Private cruise on the Loire abord a traditional wooden boat
  • Guided tours to the royal chateaux and historic sites
  • Airport transfers and ground transportation by luxury minibus
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Bordeaux VIP Wine Tour

5 days / 4 nights
  • 4-star Chateau accommodation
  • Expert-led visits to prestigious and family-run wineries
  • Gourmet lunches and dinners in traditional and Michelin restaurants
  • Cultural guided tours in Bordeaux and Saint-Emilion
  • Scheduled Tuesday-Saturday in April, May, and October
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$2,200 to 3,050/pers

Aquitaine Symphony of Flavors (Bordeaux & Perigord)

9 days / 8 nights
  • Luxury guesthouse and chateau accommodations
  • 3 hands-on private cooking classes followed by lunch and dinners
  • Wine tasting private class
  • Market tour and visits to local producers
  • Cultural excursions
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Taste of Bordeaux

4 days / 3 nights
  • 3-night luxury guesthouse accommodation
  • Hands-on cooking classes followed by lunch
  • Expert-led Wine tours to Saint-Emilion & Medoc
  • Daily breakfasts and 
gourmet dinners
  • Train station transfers, and tours transportation by private minibus
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Bordeaux, listed at the Unesco world heritage, is the capital of Aquitaine and the fifth-largest city in France. The city also gave its name to the vineyard and its legendary wine châteaux of Medoc, Pomerol, Saint-Emilion, and more Ideally located at the Gironde river estuary, a few kilometers distance from the Atlantic coast, Bordeaux was the largest port in France before the 1789 Revolution. The wine trade and the commerce contributed to make merchants fortunate and to create a 18th century fabulous architectural heritage: private mansions, opera house, theater and museums, tree-shaded thoroughfares and avenues that invite to walks, beautifully designed river banks facing classified buildings such as Hotel de la Bourse, Grand Pavilion and fountains… Bordeaux is today one of most dynamic cities in France with shopping streets in historic quarters, indoor and open-air markets, cafés, wine bars, salon de thé, intimate bistros and gourmet restaurants.
This region is historically one of the most interesting in France. Shaken by religious wars and conflicts that opposed the Kingdoms of France and England (remember Alienor of Aquitaine married to English King Henri II "Plantagenets") at the middle-age, highlighted during the calmer period of the late 15th and early 16th centuries by a development in urban architecture, the Perigord boasts the finest Gothic and Renaissance residences in Perigueux, Bergerac and Sarlat. In the countryside, the nobility had the majority of the more than 1200 chateaux, manors and country houses erected. In the second half of the 16th century, however, the terrors of war again visited area as the attacks, pillaging and fires of the Wars of Religion reached a rare degree of violence in Perigord… Today, most of these architectural gems have regained their former glory after titanic renovation works supported by the Ministry of Culture and the Historical Monuments committee.