Aquitaine Transportation

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  • Hendaye station (end of the line)
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Aquitaine Transportation

  • How to come in and out-Bordeaux

    very easy city to come by car along the A10 interchanging with the N10 to avoid a bit of toll payment on the road after passing the bridge of Aquitaine. You come into the rocade or beltway that can take you into the city or out into the Medoc wine region. There are controlling areas in the city not to drive or pedestrian between cours Victor Hugo,...

  • How to get in and out DAX

    For the local bus system CouralinLine n°1 : Saint-Paul-lès-Dax (Barradeau) - Narrosse (Eglise) Line n°2 : Saint-Paul-lès-Dax (Bruyères) - Dax (HLM Piton) Line n°3 : Saint-Paul-lès-Dax (Christus) - Seyresse (Vieux Bourg) Line N°4 : Saint-Paul-lès-Dax (Loustaou) - Dax (Le Plateau) 1 line, Sundays and Holidays during the winter : Saint-Paul-lès-Dax...

  • How to get in and out Bayonne

    They take you to Biarritz bus, just put the street or station you want after naming the cities in the box in Frenchis all of dept 64 Landes. They provide free bus rides for the city center with small buses of 22 passengers.SNCF train station info in English is here

  • How to get in and out of Pau

    A wonderful town with gorgeous views of the Pyrénées, I used it for many years as my rest stop to go into Spain and the surrounding areas. here is the transport there;The third busiest train station in Aquitaine, Pau has theirs at Gare SNCF Avenue Jean Biray has a good medium size airport with...

  • Low-cost flights from the UK

    Ryanair, the Irish cut-price airline, fly to south-west France from 'London' Stansted. There are daily flights to/from Biarritz.Unlike some of Ryanair's destinations, the airport at Biarritz is quite close to civilization, the nearest railway station is within walking distance while the town is accessible by bus. The airport is small and very easy...

  • petit train de St Jean de Luz

    right by the harborh overlookng the great mountains of the pyrénées precisely at Place des Croisières you get the main station of the petit train or little train, a tourist ride of the city if in a hurry, always the best way to see the city,any city.A photo for the memories out of my old vault. The train can do the commentaries in several...

  • How to get in and out of St Jean de Luz

    well it has connections by train, and a good local bus system, however, I have here each time by car::)Itzulia is the bus system for the metro area of the city and it has these lines trajects•Ligne 1 : Sainte Croix (Ciboure) ←→ Jalday Carrefour •Ligne 2 : Halte routière ←→ Alturan •Ligne 3 : Jalday Carrefour ←→...

  • how to get there and out - Agen

    wonderful area of the greater Aquitaine, this is Agen in the dept of Lot-et-Garonne No 47.there is an airport nearby with flights to Paris Orly airport is a train station at Place Rabelais, with bus connection to other parts of the city at 121 blvd Carnot bus terminalthere is transport by TER Aquitaine now stopping...

  • outside to Bordeaux by public transport

    from Spain on the A62 you can easily go into Bordeaux with a car, done it zillion times, my summer vacation area here.alternatively you can stop at Cenon. Train station with parking and tram A takes you to central Bordeaux in 15 minutes, it helps

  • Small and friendly

    We flew with FLYBE from Birmingham to Bergerac on our last trip and found this to be a good choice. Small planes and efficient staff make this a great alternaitve to the larger airlines who do not even use your name! Two hours and you are in Bergerac. Great! Would certainly use them again if the price is right.

  • Budget Flights

    Bergerac airport is not the most friendly places and it is slow. Two tin huts and a bar in between is the best way of describing it. Of course you have to get there early because they shut the check in on time every time!! After checking in there is only the bar and the cramped basic departure lounge which does not seem to have enough seating for a...

  • Car required.

    The Dordogne covers such a large area that you really need a car to be able to get around and appreciate the views and get to some of those out of the way villages. The train does run from Bordeaux through to Sarlat but the freedom of the car is such a bonus.


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