Hotel Stars Bordeaux Gare

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

34, rue de Tauzia, Bordeaux, Aquitaine, 33800, France
Hotel Stars Bordeaux Gare
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Costs 48% less but rated 51% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families25
  • Couples10
  • Solo41
  • Business15

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aussiefirsttimer

by aussiefirsttimer

We want to travel from cinque terre in italy to bordeaux. Does anyone know of the easiest way of doing this? Can it be done in one day? Is one way much cheaper than another?

Re: aussiefirsttimer

by qaminari

The easiest way would probably be to fly from Genova to Bordeaux but I don't know of any direct flights. Italian no-frills airline MyAir flies to Bordeaux from Bologna (3 1/2 to 4 hours from La Spezia via e.g. Parma or Voghera) and Orio al Serio (Bergamo, one hour by bus from Milan).
Otherwise, if you want to do it by train by day, it would be a long day and the fastest way (13h15) may be via Torino and Paris! Departing Genova (Piazza Principe) at 07:08 arr. Bordeaux at 20:23. The most logical-looking way would be from Genova to Ventimiglia then Nice then Marseille then Bordeaux, but if train times aren't convenient this would only be feasible if you want to stop over at any of these. Therefore you might want to consider going overnight, leaving Genova PP - on a Saturday, at least - at 16:55, taking the night train from Nice Ville (20:58) to Toulouse-Matabiau (arr. 05:14) and departing from there (05:27) for Bordeaux-St-Jean (arr. 07:39).
I would suggest you look up timing for your dates on http://bahn.hafas.de/bin/query.exe/en

Re: aussiefirsttimer

by aussiefirsttimer

You were an unbelievable help. We just got onto myair website and they are having a sale. Picked up tickets for all inclusive 65 euros per person from bologna to bordeaux. Do you think it may be worth our while to hire a car from rome onwards. Or is there public transport from cinque terre to bologna?

Travel Tips for Bordeaux

Of course, you have to go to...

by nicolaspelon

Of course, you have to go to the Wineyards: Saint Emilion is the greatest touristical place to visit, but there are so many little 'chateaux' too and many caves to explore with many degustations!! What I loved, while being in Bordeaux is the magnificient landscapes all around the city : the sea, the wineyards, the proximity of Spain (130 miles)...

Dowtown Bordeaux, you must have a drink at the 'Place de la Victoire', walk through St Catherine Street, go to the 'Place des Quinquonces', walk by the Garonne riverside!

Galerie Bordelaise

by nzobx

At the corner of Rue Ste Catherine and Rue St RĂ©mi (opposite Galeries Lafayette) stands the Galerie Bordelaise, a narrow galerie with a dozen of shops that will offer you a shelter from the street's crowd (and the rain in winter or the sun in summer)

Built between 1830 and 1837 by Gabriel-Joseph Durand, who has melted italian and british style and parisian techniques to create this arcade

Park of the City Hall

by bugulma

I think it's first time I enjoy wonderful park in the back court of the City Hall. In the center there is a little fountain and I sat near by and had a rest. Besides in the right and left wing of the City Hall there is Musee des Beaux Arts (Fine Arts Museum).

Eglise Notre Dame

by smschley

This church, built in the Romanesque-Byzantine style and richly decorated, is from the late 11th century. See in particular its western front, dating from the mid-12th century. Surrounded by an open-air market, the facade, carved like an ivory casket, is characterized by pinecone-shaped towers. It was thoroughly cleaned and restored in 1996. Carvings on the doorway represent biblical scenes.

Bordeaux

by Suet

"Lunch"

We stopped at this cafe for lunch, seafood naturally, with Atypic (VTer) my very good friend from Bordeaux. A nice relaxed lunch by the seaside, then I looked up and saw the beautiful colours above. Please enjoy them!

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