Practical information 

Entry requirements

The Symposium “Act for Change” is reserved for wine and spirits professionals or affiliated businesses, as well as journalists by booking a paying session on www.symposium-actforchange.com.

An entry badge is required and must be worn at all times.

Persons under the age of 18 are not allowed into the event.

Any person who comes with a child will be refused entry.

Animals are not allowed.

Appropriate attire is required.

Your badge must be worn at all times inside the  Cité du vin. It is strictly personal.

Getting to the Symposium

The Cité du vin is located close to the heart of Bordeaux.
It’s easily accessible, with multiple connections from
the airport, the train station, public transport and all the city’s key locations.
By tramway
> Line B

> La Cité du vin stop

> Access from the train station and the city center

Tickets can be purchased at the stations or online.

By car
> Quai des Chartrons

> INTERPARKING car park in front of the Cité du vin, entrance rue de Gironde. 

By plane
> 30' DIRECT airport-train station shuttle then 

> Tram C or D

> Quinconces stop 

> Change for Tram B 

> Cours du Médoc stop 

By train
> Bordeaux Saint-Jean train station

> Tram C or D > Quinconces stop > Change for Tram B >La Cité du vin stop

By bus
> Line 7 La Cité du vin stop

> Line 32 La Cité du vin stop

> Line 45 La Cité du vin stop

Tickets can be purchased on the bus or online.

By BAT3 (boat service)
> La Cité du vin stop

> Same ticket as for the tramway or bus

Tickets can be purchased at the stations or online.



 - Breaks in the La Fayette room

Times :
Monday 20 june
10:30am – 11am │ 3:45pm – 4pm │ 5:30pm – 5:45pm 

Tuesday 21 june
10:15am – 10:45am │ 3:30pm – 3:45pm

- Cocktail lunch aboard the Sicambre boat with a 1-hour excursion on the Garonne river
Direct access from the Cité du vin dock (only for morning passes).

Times :
Monday 20 june
12:30am – 2:30pm

Tuesday 21 june
12:30am – 2:30pm

Discover Bordeaux

A world-renowned city, Bordeaux is famed for its vineyards, gastronomy, and unique art de vivre. But there’s more! Offering an intoxicating mix of rich historical heritage and modernity, the city is home to stunning contemporary architectural works.

To explore the city and its heritage, you will be spoilt for choice. Whether you wish to wander through Bordeaux’s World Heritage area and its beautiful quarters, discover the city’s sites and monuments by bike, visit its museums, enjoy a romantic weekend, or travel with your children, you won’t be bored!

The only risk is that you don’t have enough time to do everything: this will only make you want to come back!

Tourism office

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