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French Basque Highlights (Bordeaux - Pau - Biarritz - Self Drive)

6 to 9+ Nights from $463*
* This sample price: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on 10/17/2024. Choose your own arrival dates.

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This 6 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Hotel for 2 nights in Bordeaux
  • Rental Car for 5 days
  • Hotel for 1 night in Pau
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Biarritz
  • Hotel for 1 night in Bordeaux

Those cities steeped in history and tradition offer a perfect combination for your vacation package: combine the UNESCO World Heritage Site of: Bordeaux (hub of the famed wine-growing region, is a port city on the Garonne River in southwestern France. It’s known for its Gothic Cathedrale Saint-André, 18th- to 19th-century mansions and notable art museums such as the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux. Bordeaux is internationally famous for its wine, and particularly for wines of Saint Emilion), continue to Pau (an Ancient Royal City at the Foot of the Pyrenees. City of Art and History, Pau has managed to preserve its heritage and boasts magnificent buildings scattered throughout its territory : the national stud farm, different palaces, villas, museums, and a castle) and finish in Biarritz (an elegant seaside town on southwestern France’s Basque coast, has been a popular resort since European royalty began visiting in the 1800s. Biarritz offers visitors a unique atmosphere. This is a place were posh restaurants and spas live harmoniously side-by-side with laid-back pizza joints and surf shops). Combine these destinations with a rental car to experience the charm and natural beauty of France. This is a flexible package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Bordeaux

  • Pau

  • Biarritz

  • Bordeaux

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Trip Summary

  • Bordeaux

    Bordeaux is one of the world`s most important wine-producing areas and also a major cultural center. The city has excellent museums, lively nightlife and beaches close by. Wide avenues, neoclassical architecture and well-tended parks all give the city an 18th-century grandeur. The most interesting neighborhood in Old Bordeaux is the "golden triangle:" cours Clemenceau, cours de l'Intendance, and les allées de Tourny. Tour the chateaux, imbibe the world-class wines and Bordeaux will charm you forever. Visit Bordeaux Cathedral, Grand Théâtre, Basilique Saint-Seurin, Museum of Beaux-Arts, Museum of Aquitaine, Esplanade des Quinconces, Gallien Palace, Pey-Berland Tower, Pont de Pierre, Miroir d'Eau , La Cité du Vin, and so much more!

  • Pau

    Pau is the most cosmopolitan city in the western Pyrénées. High above the banks of the Gave de Pau River, this year-round resort attracts many tourists. The British discovered Pau in the early 19th century, launching such practices as fox hunting, a custom that lingers. It still keeps some English traditions, such as the afternoon tea. Even if you're just passing through, follow boulevard des Pyrénées, an esplanade erected on Napoléon's orders, for a famous panoramic view.

    Visit Musee Bernadotte, Musee des Beaux-Arts de Pau, Boulevard des Pyrenees, the National Museum and the Chateau de Pau, the Funicular, and more.

  • Biarritz

    Biarritz is a sophisticated coastal town in French Basque Country, which first became popular with the aristocracy and then with wealthy British tourists in the mid-19th century. Empress Eugenie (the wife of Napoleon III) built a Palace on the beach at what is now the world class Hotel de Paris. The beaches, casinos, golf courses or surfing spots draw a cosmopolitan crowd from all over the world. Don't forget to take a visit to the Museum of the Sea, it will fascinate you. Enjoy The Many Amazing Beaches, Musee de la Mer (Museum of the Sea), Phare de Biarritz (lighthouse), Miremont Tearoom, Rocher de la Vierge, Historical Museum, Oriental Art Museum, Chocolate Museum, Port des Pecheurs and so much more!

  • Bordeaux

    Bordeaux is one of the world`s most important wine-producing areas and also a major cultural center. The city has excellent museums, lively nightlife and beaches close by. Wide avenues, neoclassical architecture and well-tended parks all give the city an 18th-century grandeur. The most interesting neighborhood in Old Bordeaux is the "golden triangle:" cours Clemenceau, cours de l'Intendance, and les allées de Tourny. Tour the chateaux, imbibe the world-class wines and Bordeaux will charm you forever. Visit Bordeaux Cathedral, Grand Théâtre, Basilique Saint-Seurin, Museum of Beaux-Arts, Museum of Aquitaine, Esplanade des Quinconces, Gallien Palace, Pey-Berland Tower, Pont de Pierre, Miroir d'Eau , La Cité du Vin, and so much more!

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