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Welcome to my website! I am Roman Tatarov, private professional guide in Bordeaux and Aquitain.


Private guide in bordeaux

Would you like to discover one of the most beautiful regions of France? Would you like to taste the best and / or most famous wines, Cognac, Armagnac; enjoy the freshest and most delicious foie gras, seafood, truffles; recharge yourself with positive emotions related to different specific activities in the region, make successful your business trips?

I would be happy to share with you all my knowledge and all my experience as a private guide, profession I’ve been practiced with passion since 2004, to make your holiday in Bordeaux unforgettable and your business trips effective.

I would be delighted to introduce you to the fabulous people who live here and who will be happy to share a few moments of their life. I will share with you my love for Bordeaux, Aquitaine and its history, architecture, culture and gastronomy.

I will welcome you always paying special attention to every detail of your stay and I will introduce you my city of Bordeaux, the one that everybody falls in love with. I will give you the maximum of emotions and knowledge to create a memorable experience. One of the criteria of my work which inspires me the most is people’s desire to come back here. It’s impossible to establish limits of knowledge of beauty! There is still so much to see and to taste.


Hic Uva Ubique Nomen

Welcome to Bordeaux!

I will help you to accomplish one of your best trips.

” A bottle of wine contains more philosophy than all the books in the world “

Louis Pasteur


Saint-Emilion, France

Saint-Emilion is a charming medieval village located in the heart of the famous Bordeaux wine area and the oldest active wine producing appellation in the Bordeaux region with a history that dates back to the times of the ancient Romans.

Saint-Emilion, France


Medoc, France
Medoc is the home of many of the most prestigious French wines. Among the famous appellations produced in this area are Saint Estephe, Margaux, Saint Julien and Pauillac. It was in 1855 that the wine producers of the Medoc region classified their 61 best wines according to a league table of “grands crus”, ranking from “Premier Cru” to “Cinquième Cru”.


Arcachon, France
The Bay of Arcachon is one of those magical locations which have become a constant source of inspiration for numerous writers, painters, sculptors and photographers, drawn by the atmosphere, the environment and the changing light of the sites.

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