How to come ?
The Bordeaux Wine Festival takes place along the quays of Bordeaux, on the left bank of the Garonne, between the Pont de Pierre and the River Cruise car park. On foot, by bike or by public transport: prefer public transport because to move is to commit!
ACCESS TO THE FESTIVAL BY URBAN TRANSPORT
Tram A (Porte de Bourgogne)
Tram B (Chartrons, CAPC, Quinconces)
Tram C (Quinconces, Place de la Bourse Porte de Bourgogne)
Tram D (Quinconces, Place de la Bourse Porte de Bourgogne)
Motorists are advised to use the park and ride facilities located on the various bus and tram routes.
→ 1 24 hours tram/bus ticket included in your Tasting Pass
The public transport network serves the event site via several lines.
Lines: 1, 2, 3, 4, 12, 15, 26, 29 and 46.
- Located near intermodal routes and often at the end of the route, the V3 stations allow you to make your bicycle the last link in your journey.
- A temporary bicycle parking area at the Quinconces will be added
Bordeaux Saint Jean station
Book your trip by high-speed train
How to get to the Festival from Saint-Jean Station
10 minutes from the city centre: tramway lines C and D
Park-and-Ride lots are guarded parking areas, allowing TBC network customers to park their vehicles(*) to use the tram and bus lines.
Go to the park-and-ride map
A shared mobility option: carpooling allows you to limit your carbon footprint and save on your transport budget.
Access from Bordeaux - Mérignac Airport
- Bus line 1: price of a one-way TBM ticket. (1,70€)
- - Jet'Bus shuttle: around €7.20 one way
- Taxis : from €35