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Where to pick up your car
There are over 8 car hire locations in Bordeaux, and the most popular location is Bordeaux Airport.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Bordeaux are Europcar, Goldcar, Firefly, Thrifty and Budget.
Warmest month: July (21°C)
Coldest month: January (6°C)
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Hire a car in Bordeaux
The city of wine is rivalled by few in terms of its grape growing prowess.
Bordeaux’s local landscape is bursting with neatly packed, thriving vines. Needless to say that the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region is best explored by car.
Relaxed countryside vibes are present even deep within the city; there’s a reason why Bordeaux is home to the largest urban World Heritage Site. Year upon year, more people flock to this dynamic slice of happiness in the south.
Car rental in Bordeaux – the numbers
Frequently asked questions
Q. What is the most popular rental length in Bordeaux?
A. Six to seven days.
Q. When is the most popular time to rent a car in Bordeaux?
Q. What's the best value car hire brand in Bordeaux?
A. Interrent is the cheapest car rental brand in Bordeaux, offering cars from just £8 per day.
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Dune of Pilat
Acres of greenery stand between Bordeaux and the ocean – and The Gascon Landes Regional Nature Park is an awesome part of the world to explore if you like a mix of city and nature on your holiday.
But keep driving towards the coast and you’ll stumble on something unique. The Dune of Pilat is the highest sand dune in Europe. Climb the stairs to its 110 metre peak and experience panoramic ocean views.
Wedged between dense green forest and vibrant blue sea, this natural wonder is only an hour’s country drive away from the city.
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World heritage site serving up fine wine
Wine and history go hand in hand in the medieval village of St Emilion. Only a 50 minute drive east from Bordeaux, this pretty hilltop escape and the surrounding region is a mecca for wine lovers.
Sand coloured stone buildings are immersed in green rolling hills and neat rows of growing red grapes.
It’s impossible to visit the region without attending at least one wine chateau – and with some of the best barrels ageing away in ancient cellars, it would be rude not to. These vineyards are so important, they’re even on UNESCO lists, so what are you waiting for?
Best of Bordeaux
The Bordeaux CityPass is a great way to save tons on entry to museums and even includes admission to the famed wine museum.
Prix-fixe lunches are a great way to save but still sample the local specialties. Hunt around the city for this afternoon deal (usually costing around 15 Euros) and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the value for money.
Place de la Bourse and the Water Mirror – outstanding modern landmark juxtaposed with the 18th century crescent of buildings which sit behind it.
Marché des Quais – stroll around this Sunday morning market and combine a wander along the river with a spot of lunch (technically not free, but you will get lunch)!
Beach day – head to one of the many beaches along the coastline, and enjoy a day of sun and sea totally free.
Bordeaux is such a desirable destination, it is now regarded as ‘Little Paris.’ One of the reasons behind its ever-growing popularity is the gastronomy. In fact, the entire region is a foodie’s paradise…
Don’t miss out on a taste of foie gras – Bordeaux is renowned for its recipe. Also remember to sample cannelés – vanilla and rum pastries coated in caramelised sugar.