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How to travel to Bordeaux

 

Open dates | Open times

From 23-26 June 2016 | 11am – 11:30pm

By plane from the world

Official partner of the Bordeaux Tourism Office
http://www.airfrance.fr

By train from Europe

Mainline Trains to Bordeaux
Train is often the quickest and greenest way to travel and Bordeaux is the hub of the rail network. All aboard!

http://www.railteam.eu/en/for-your-journey/network-map/ 

By coach from Europe

http://www.eurolines.eu
http://www.eurolines.co.uk

From airport to city center

Jet’Bus (shuttle) every hour | 7/7

Urban bus line 1 : 1,50€ one way  (60 mn)
Shuttle bus : 7,20€ one way (45mn)
Taxi from 30€  (30mn)

From railway station to city center

10 minutes away from the city center : 
Tram line C (10 mn)

Urban travel

It is advisable to park your car in the parking on the path of different tramway and urban bus lines and take the tram and bus to come to the city center

By car

Parking in Bordeaux
If you're driving to Bordeaux or around Bordeaux, you need to know about parking your car, including information on car parks

Parking & map

By tram

Quinconces tram station is served by lines B and C
Tramways & map

By bus

The network public transport dessert, via several bus lines, the site of the event.
Urban bus & map

By bike

The VCub stations allow you to cycle the last link in all your routes.
Bike & map

Traffic on the quay

Car and tram traffic will be stopped on the docks every night from 22:00 to 1:00
From Porte de Bourgogne station (the stone bridge) to  the Capc musée d’art contemporain station (Cours Xavier Arnozan).

Weather

http://www.meteo-bordeaux.com