Hotel Inn Bordeaux City Centre

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

28-30 Rue de Tauzia, Bordeaux, Aquitaine, 33800, France
Mercure Bordeaux Gare Saint Jean
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Costs 35% less but rated 11% lower than other 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

From the airport to the city center by bus?

by FHO

Hi there!
I checked out the transportation information, but couldn`t make it clear for myself.
There are 2 buses from the airport: jet Bus and 49 bus. can anybody help me finding out which line of 49 buss we shall take to get to 35 Rue Esprit des Lois in Bordeaux? and what is the bus fare?
We land today 21:00 from Oslo

Re: From the airport to the city center by bus?

by puerto_lover

The Navette or jet Bus stops at the central Tourist Office which is at the corner of Cours du 30 Juillet and Rue Esprit des Lois so this is the correct stop.
Look at this simplified map:

Re: From the airport to the city center by bus?

by FHO

Tnaks a lot! So Navette is the same as a Jet Bus :-))

One more question: is it far from Bordeaux to the sea side and is it possibel to get there by some public transportation?

Re: From the airport to the city center by bus?

by puerto_lover

You can take a train to Arcachon.
Look up trains on :
Fast train takes 40 minutes.
I think this gives a timetable:

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It will be busy especially at weekends !!

Re: From the airport to the city center by bus?

by FHO

Again grand merci... the last question from the "stupid" from the North:
Where can I check the price for the train? And is it cheaper to buy by internet or at the railway station? is a nice place? Difficult to find a place to stay now for a night?

Re: From the airport to the city center by bus?

by cubsur

Sound advice above. I have just returned from Bordeaux and travellers should note that the 'Navette Aeroport' or Jetbus timetable is rather optimistic owing to traffic congestion. My journeys from and to the airport were 15 and 25 minutes behind schedule respectively.

The fare is 7 Euros one-way, cash, pay the driver.

Other seaside resorts from Bordeaux and a considerable bus ride distant eg Lacanau or Cap Ferret. Arcachon is a god suggestion.

Re: From the airport to the city center by bus?

by cubsur

For the benefit of future readers bus 49 from the airport has been replaced by a new Liane 1, which runs right into the city centre at Quinconces, but not to the railway station. It also offers connection with the tram network at Merignac Centre.

Route plan at

Buses run every 10 minutes for much of the day on weekdays and Saturdays, every 20 minutes on Sundays. It's a lot cheaper than the 'Jetbus', not that much slower but may not have room for large items of luggage.


The 'Navette' of 'Jetbus' to the station still runs every 45 minutes and costs 7 Euros.

Travel Tips for Bordeaux

The Triangle

by ceswho

The Greatest Bordeaux wines are also on sale in numerous wine shops, and you ar sure to find superb cuisine in the city's finest restaurants...
The triangle formed by the Allees de tourny, Cours Gerges Clemenceau and Cours de I'intendance has been the city's luxury distict from a very ling time. It's classic layout and architecture is eminently suited to luxury goods.

Avoid the visitors section of the stadium

by kop-queen

Girondins de Bordeaux

The visitors section is fenced and from where we sat you could only see one third of the pitch. Very disappointing.

Both sets of supporters created a good atmosphere but not being able to watch the game properly completely spoilt the trip. Just as well Liverpool won or my memories would have all been very negative.

Place de la Bourse

by Sambawalk

Also known as Place Royale, this is a perfect example of Bordeaux architecture at the end of the 18th century. This is a beautiful line of archways and slate roofs, with an impressive fountain in the centre - a setting made even more magnificent when it is lit up at night. There is a superb view of the Garonne river's right bank from this square.

The Nave of St. Andrew's Cathedral

by ceswho

It took 200 years to build St. Andrew's Cathedral, 13th-15th Centuries. Building with a single aisle 403 ft lonf, 75 ft, high, a majestic nave beyond a West Front that is surprisong for the austerity forced upon if by the fact the church was immediately adjacent to the town walls. North wall contains 13th century Royal Portal with a Renaissane pier.. & chapels, one of which contains an alabaster statue of our Lady of the Nave. It was here that governors were sworn. This was once used by dignitaries e.g. Francois I, Emperor Charles V, and , later Louis XIII and Anne of Austria when they were married in Bordeaux. The cathedral treasures paintings by Jordaens & Jose Ribera, 14th & 15th centuries Italian primitives, illuminated manuscripts from the Middle ages and Renaissance period, & a st of Flemish and Spanish vestments made in 15th and 17th centuries.

place de la bourse

by lorgnierl

the chamber of commerce and customs service still reside in one of the city's most majestic palaces, a reminder of the grandiose history of local trade
built from 1730 to 1735 according to the designs of Gabriel, the father/son architectural team (also responsible for the Trianon and the opera of the chateau de Versailles, the Hotel Crillon, place de la Concorde and the Pont royal in Paris)
the building is a magnificient example of classic french style at its purest
the south pavilion , the only one open to the public is home to the musee national des douanes. Its collection recounts the evolution of one of the oldest customs institutions evoking the technical side of the necoiunters between smuggles and customs agents over the ages


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Address: 28-30 Rue de Tauzia, Bordeaux, Aquitaine, 33800, France