Bordeaux Transportation

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  • 1. Tramway

    Like most French cities, Bordeaux had an efficient tramway system for over three-quarters of a century – from 1880, when the first horse-drawn trams were installed, to 1958, when the last of the 38...

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  • 2. Parking Structure in Old Part of City Center

    Parking was pretty easy once we found this parking structure. Otherwise, it is tough to park in the city center. We found this very convenient and found many...

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  • 3. VCub bicycle sharing

    VCub is Bordeaux’s spontaneous self-service on-street bicycle sharing system. It has been in operation since 2010 and is very similar to Vélo’v in Lyon and...

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  • 4. To and from Bordeaux by train

    The railway station Gare Saint-Jean is a short distance southwest of the city center, just a quarter of an hour by bicycle from the opera house (Grand Théâtre),...

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  • 5. Cycling in Bordeaux

    In 2013 the website copenhagenize.eu published its second “Copenhagenize Index”, ranking the world’s most bicycle-friendly large cities (not including smaller...

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  • 6. SNCF

    As you'll see from the title page, I took the TGV from Toulouse on my day trip to the city. Easy and comfortable. Just over 2 hours. I can't remember the price,...

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  • 7. Bicycle storage on local trains

    Many of the local trains have special room to store a bicycle. This made it very easy to travel between towns, unload my bike and begin exploring. The...

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  • 8. Esprit Cycle

    I found that renting a bicycle from a local shop in Bordeaux a most excellent way to explore Bordeaux. While the tram and bus system is convenient, having a...

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  • 9. Bus and Tram

    Bordeaux has an excellent public transportation system that is easily used in town, but also connects to the suburban areas and convention center on the...

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  • 10. VCUB - The best way to get around in Bordeaux

    VCUB is the city's "bike for rent" system. I have never been to a city with so many cyclists using rented bikes. It is very cheap, very easily accessible and...

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  • 11. Private tour by Taxi

    You don't have much time, but you would still like to do some sightseeing ? Bordeaux taxi drivers and tourist office offer an overview tour of the city. # Meet...

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  • 12. Bus

    We didn't use the bus service while exploring Bordeaux, but we did come across many buses lined up here near the Palais du Justice. Apparently this area is a...

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  • 13. Tram

    The sleek blue trams that operate in Bordeaux are a great way of getting around in the city centre or the suburbs. It's three-line tram is easily navigated and...

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  • 14. Walk

    Like most cities in Europe, Bordeaux is pretty compact with most of the major sites centrally located and easily reached by walking. We arrived by car and...

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  • 15. Bordeaux modern tram system

    Coming from a city that has one of the largest tram networks in the world (Melbourne, Australia), I was amazed at the great trams in Bordeaux. They are sleek,...

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  • 16. St Jean Railway Station

    The railway arrived from Paris in 1852. Today you can get from Bordeaux to Paris Montparnasse in 3 and half hours. In the other direction, you could get to the...

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  • 17. Trams (and Buses)

    Bordeaux has an excellent tram and bus network. The tram system opened in 2003 and is gradually being expanded. Currently there are three tram routes in...

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  • 18. Tramway service

    If you want to get around Bordeaux then use the Trams they cover a large part of the centre and are being expanded to the Suburbs and they are the Green...

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  • 19. Bus from Airport

    The Jet Bus from the airport to the city centre costs 6.80eur and run every 45 mins from 7.45 to 22.45.It is available outside the airport terminal and took...

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  • 20. Always use the Tramway network in Bordeaux France

    If you want to travel around the city of Bordeaux France then apart from the Tourist Bus there is an excellent transport system which is composed of Buses and...

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  • 21. Traveling by car

    You may drive with a valid U.S. driver's license in France. In addition, it is recommended (not required) to carry an International Driving Permit or attach a...

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  • 22. JetBus

    From outside the airport you can pick up the JetBus straight to the centre of Bordeaux. The terminus is the Gare St Jean and you can request the driver to stop...

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  • 23. Car

    If you're planning to move around, and have not much time, renting a car might be a good idea. Around Bordeaux there are many interesting places, and several...

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  • 24. Tram

    The city center is criscrossed by many modern tram rails, so moving there is pretty easy getting one of those modern trains. For the curious, this tram gets...

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  • 25. Trams

    Trams are quick, regular, cool and clean. €1.30 is the cost for one journey. Tickets are purchased at tram stops and validated on the tram at self-service...

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