Train Paris → BordeauxFrom HK$182
- Departure station : Paris montparnasse (17, Boulevard de Vaugiraud 75741 Paris cedex 15)
- Arrival station : Bordeaux st jean (Rue Charles Domercq 33800 Bordeaux)
Main stations in Paris and Bordeaux
Paris Gare Montparnasse Train Station
Address: 17, Boulevard de Vaugiraud 75741 Paris cedex 15Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 4:30am to 1:30am
Saturday and Sunday: 4:30am to 1:30am Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV), Regional trains (TER), Intercity trains
SNCF rail agents, Disabled Facilities, Wheelchairs and boarding ramps, Business Lounge and Waiting Rooms, Lost and found, Places to eat in the station, Currency exchange, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Bordeaux St-Jean Train Station
Address: Rue Charles Domercq 33800 BordeauxOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 4am to 2:30am
Saturday and Sunday: 4am to 1am
Public holidays: 4am to 1am
Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV), Regional trains (TER)
SNCF rail agents, Assistance for disabled persons and junior travellers, Lost and found, Police station, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in Paris and Bordeaux
Paris, the capital of France
One of the world’s greatest cities, Paris! The capital of France is also known as the City of Light. This enchanting city, at the crossroads of cultures, is the capital of fashion and home to world highlights such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and Avenue des Champs Elysées, to name but a few. In terms of architectural beauty, art history, events, gastronomy and sheer extravagance, Paris is a milestone ahead of any other city on earth. Paris has one of the world’s most extensive public transport systems. You can take a taxi if you are not much of an adventurer, but that would be a pity! Metro (subway or underground), buses and city bicycles are much more fun and are very easy to use, even for beginners.
Bordeaux, gateway to vineyards
Bordeaux is located in the heart of the Aquitaine region and is only 3 hours away by TGV from Paris. Listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, it is the epicurean French destination par excellence. Bordeaux has over a hundred thousand hectares of vineyards and 10,000 grape growers. The city produces large quantities as well as some of the most expensive wines in the world. From Bordeaux, you can take the train to Saint Emilion, one of the world’s most famous vineyards, or opt for a guided tour in a vineyard to taste one of the famous vintage wines of Margaux, Pauillac or Saint-Julien.
Reviews & ratings Paris - Bordeaux
Good value for money and time saving. But the platform schedule showed 25 minutes before the train depart made foreign tourists panic!
TGV offers very comfortable seat and good service, and it is very convenient booking online from oversea. we quite enjoy this trip.
I got my online ticket months before my trip so it was cheap. And printing tickets at home is amazing. I showed my A4 size paper ticket, the officers checked it with a device. They were polite. We had no problem. Thank you
The train was fine; However there was not enough room for luggage and also on the trip from Bordeuax to Paris, the bar was not open; On a Saturday, I do not understand why, with a first class ticket, I can not get a glass of wine on a 4 hour train ride
we dropped the car off in Bordeaux before heading back to Paris. Great trip, convenient and comfortable. One tip though, take your own food and drink. Buying on the train is expensive. Otherwise no complaints. Would definitely do it again.
The ticket machines at the station would not print our tickets either way but the ticket office printed them without question. The 2nd class seating was comfortable and the TGV speedy except it was late leaving both Paris and Bordeaux (20 mins each time).
Travel by TGV beats flying or driving any day
we enjoyed very much the trip. it was quite, smooth and comfortable
TGV is the way to go when getting around France - convenient, always precisely on time, clean, comfortable and quick - a very relaxing way to travel. It beats air or car hands down.
I liked how efficient and friendly the TGV service was, when I asked for help in getting to the right carriage and seat. What might have made it even more memorable was in knowing that there was a meal cart where my friends and I could lounge during the journey. I only discovered this by chance when I went to the bathroom.
This is good for my trip to meander inter-cities in France. But since many tourists take it the fundamental tool to design their trips, more room for their luggages will be appreciated. Thanks!
Carefull about coach numbering- if your'e waiting at the engine end for #1 1st class, esp on a combined train, you may well find its the last carriage, and if like me, by the time you realise, there isn't enough time to make it down there, you'll end up jumping on in the middle carriages , 2nd class , and if you're lucky, find a seat.
We had a nice and relaxing trip by train, hope to do it again soon.
The train was slow and shaking the whole time. There wasn't a lot of room for larger luggages either.
Had a wonderful experience