Your reliable Limo service in Bordeaux
Your important travel led you to Bordeaux, and you need a unique team who propose quality service for your transportation. You specically need a car with a chauffeur, with the best value for your money. with our fleet of luxurious vehicles and our team of professionals chauffeur, Infinity Luxe Chauffeur propose you the services that match your expectations.
The team Infinity Luxe Chauffeur est essentially composed of qualified and experienced chauffeurs, chosen with care to better adapt to your needs. We own a huge variety of luxurious and cosy vehicles available, to assure your transport during your stay in style and luxury.
With us it is impossible to not find the model you want.
Our team speak many languages to simplify and guarantee good communication. Punctuality is our motto, so you want have to worry about the timing. It is impossible to wait or be late with our chauffeurs.
Explore Bordeaux with our Limo service
Our reliable Limo service in Bordeaux is simply the best way to ensure you make the most of your time in town, as you can sit back and enjoy the view, being comfortable in the back of one of our luxury cars. Bordeaux is a municipality in the south-west of France, famous for its Gothic Cathedral of Saint-André, its art museums (especially the Museum of Fine Arts), and also for its manors built in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Our drivers are regular commuters and know the city by heart. Plus, they’re good at short cuts and shorter paths, so you don’t have to worry about whether you’ll get to your destination in time.
With a population of more than 255 000 inhabitants, the city of Bordeaux has many tourist sites. Our drivers are very familiar with all these sites. These sites include:
– Pierre’s Bridge: the oldest bridge in Bordeaux, built at the beginning of the 19th century under the orders of Napoleon Bonaparte. It is said that 17 arches of the bridge were intended to represent the 17 letters of the emperor’s name. The strong currents of the Garonne make it difficult to build bridges in Bordeaux, and the “Pont de Pierre” was the only bridge in the city until 1965. The stone bridge offers a magnificent view of the recently refurbished docks of Bordeaux.
– The Gate of “la Grosse Cloche”: the second medieval gate of Bordeaux, according to history, the Porte de la Grosse Cloche owes its name to the «big bell» installed in its central tower in 1775. Built on the remains of a 13th century gate, the bell tower was added to it in the 15th century. Named Armande-Louise, this giant bell rings six times a year to commemorate events such as the capture of the Bastille and Victory in Europe Day. The front door was once used as a prison, and guided tours lead visitors to the dungeons known as the “Golden Lion Hotel,” referring to the lion-shaped weathervane on the central dome of the gate. It’s one of the most popular places in the city.
– Museum of Beaux Arts of Bordeaux: art lovers remain impressed by the magnificent Museum of Beaux-Arts of Bordeaux. Created in 1801, the museum’s permanent collection is spread over two wings and presents masterpieces from the 15th to the 20th century. Enriched by works of art seized during the Napoleonic Wars, the exhibitions include works by the greatest European artists, from Titian and Veronese to Renoir and Rubens. The 19th century French and Dutch art is particularly well represented. For the visitors in a hurry, the thematic exhibitions of the Gallery of Fine Arts nearby offer an in-depth look at the museum’s vast collection.
– St. Michael’s Basilica: the 15th century bell tower, called The Arrow, is the main attraction of the charming St. Michael’s Basilica. The soil around Bordeaux is perfect for growing vines, but the subsoil would be too weak to support heavy structures. The slender 37-storey tower was built next to the cathedral rather than on the top. Visitors can climb the 230 steps of the summit to enjoy the panoramic view of the city. Inside the Gothic church, a representation of Saint Michael slaying the dragon adorns the pulpit. The recently restored organ also remains a remarkable element.
– Sainte-Catherine Street: As one of the longest pedestrian streets in Europe, Sainte-Catherine Street has been closed to traffic since 1984. It was completely renovated in the early 2000s. Bordered by major French chains and retailers, the northern part of the street is a prime destination for shopping and souvenir shopping. The entrance to the historic shopping centre of the Galerie Bordelaise is located near the northern point of the street. With its many restaurants, cafes and shops, and hotels among others, the southern part is very popular with the more than 60,000 students of the city. In the center of the street is Place Saint-Project, a wonderful place where visitors can relax and contemplate their next destination.
With the VTC service of Infinite Luxe Chauffeur, take pleasure to move between your favourite places and destinations, and make the most of your stay.
The most elegant way to move around Bordeaux
The easiest and safest way to get around Bordeaux, is to adopt our Limo service. It is with real pleasure that our drivers will be available to drive to your destinations, while answering any questions you may have. Do not hesitate to browse our website, to make your reservation easily in a few click