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  Cheap bus tickets to Bordeaux


  • Paris
    Bordeaux
      22:30
      06:00
    12 Sep
    +1
    Movelia
    from £11.91
  • Bilbao
    Bordeaux
      13:15
      20:00
    29 Aug
    FlixBusFlixBus
    from £11.91
  • Rennes
    Bordeaux
      07:30
      14:40
    28 Sep
    isilinesisilines
    from £15.58
  • Lyons
    Bordeaux
      09:00
      16:40
    9 Sep
    FlixBusFlixBus
    from £17.41
  • Strasbourg
    Bordeaux
      23:30
      18:25
    3 Sep
    +1
    OUIBUSOUIBUS
    from £31.15
  • Tours
    Bordeaux
      23:30
      03:30
    1 Sep
    +1
    Eurolines Suisse
    from £34.64
  • London
    Bordeaux
      13:30
      06:15
    11 Sep
    +1
    Eurolines France
    from £39.40

  Cheap train tickets to Bordeaux


  • Lyons
    Bordeaux
      07:04
      13:22
    7 Nov
    Voyages Sncf
    from £47.65
  • Paris
    Bordeaux
      15:28
      18:39
    24 Dec
    Voyages Sncf
    from £73.21
  • Bordeaux
    Paris
      12:18
      15:36
    20 Dec
    Voyages Sncf
    from £36.56
  • Bordeaux
    Rennes
      09:20
      15:58
    22 Nov
    Voyages Sncf
    from £41.23
861 Bus connections
3 bus stations
19 coach operators
£8.25 cheapest ride

The city of Bordeaux in the southwest of France is the capital of the Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes region and mainly known for one thing: wine. When you’re visiting Bordeaux, you should make sure to book vineyard tours in order to learn everything about the city’s main export hit. But there’s much more discover in Bordeaux, including the city’s historic centre, which is ranked amongst the UNESCO World Heritage sites. For some relaxation, a walk along the city’s port or a tour of the Quartier Saint-Pierre, the city’s oldest part, are highly recommended. The latter takes you directly to the Porte Cailhau and the Place de la Bourse, which are part of the city’s cultural heritage. The evenings in Bordeaux can easily be filled with cultural entertainment, such as a trip to the Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux, which was opened in the late 18th century. Fans of sports should make sure to watch a match at the Matmut Atlantique, also known as Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux. No matter if you prefer football or rugby – good entertainment is guaranteed in this modern arena.

Bordeaux is one of the ten largest cities in France and many coach companies offer connections to and from the city. Amongst them are Eurolines France, FlixBus, isilines, OUIBUS and Starshipper. The city’s main bus stations are Bordeaux - Gare Saint Jean and Bordeaux - Rue des Terres de Bordé, which are conveniently located in close proximity to the city centre allowing you to start your sightseeing tour right away.

Bordeaux Facts
France
231,844
Euro

All intercity coach stations in Bordeaux

  Stations
Rue Charles Domercq , 33800 Bordeaux (France)
Rue Eugène et Marc Dulout 21, 33600 Bordeaux (France)
Rue des Terres de Bordé 142-154, Bordeaux (France)


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Travel Info: Visit Bordeaux

Transport
Public transport in Bordeaux
One-way local bus ticket£1.37
Monthly Pass£27.49
People use bus or tram20 %
Use a taxi or car
Short-distance taxi£5.96
Middle-distance taxi£5.96
Long-distance taxi£5.96
Gasoline£1.15
Eat & Drink
In a restaurant or café
Inexpensive meal£11.00
3 course menu£18.33
Small cappuccino£2.57
A big draught beer£5.04
Buy from a supermarket, cook yourself
Vegetarian meal£2.74
Meal with meat£4.27
Bottle of water£0.55
Bottle of wine (mid level)£5.50