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Getting from Bordeaux to San Sebastian
Old 08-01-2019, 12:09 PM   #1
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Getting from Bordeaux to San Sebastian

Hi All,

We've decided - about 10 folks total are meeting in Bordeaux for a few days then traveling to San Sebastian.

Could be fun to tailor a customer tour with large Mercedes van, pro driver - hit a couple of wineries, have lunch local restaurant somewhere in between that was interesting and historical, then tour our way to San Seb.

Anyone done this or can recommend a custom tour company they have used before?

Thanks!
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We just visited San Sebastian for the first time this June. Due to time constraints, we had to TGV/Euskotren it from Paris to Hendaye to San Sebastian. Wished we had the time to stop in Bordeaux and many of the small towns in between, particularly in Basque region on both sides of the border.
Would love to hear your experience if you end up doing a van tour.
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