Getting to and around Bordeaux
By plane : Aéroport de Bordeaux Mérignac / www.bordeaux.aeroport.fr –
Tel : 33(0) 5 56 34 50 00
Jet'Bus : this shuttle connects the airport to the city center with a departure every 45 minutes during the week-
The liane 1 from Communauté Urbaine de Bordeaux buses (TBC) connects Bordeaux airport to "Bordeaux Quinconces"
Also several car hire companies within the airport.
By train : The station in Bordeaux is called Bordeaux Saint-Jean www.voyages-sncf.com
Tel : 05 56 91 22 37
By motorway :
A10 (from Paris).
A62 (from Agen and Toulouse).
A63 (from Bayonne and San Sebastian).
A65 (from Pau).
A89 (from Clermont-Ferrand).
By tram :
- On line A [Mérignac Centre - Bassens et Floirac] crosses Bordeaux from west to east.
- On line B [Claveau -Pessac centre] crosses the city from north to south-west staying left bank.
- On line C [Les Aubiers- Bègles] crossing the city from north to south staying left bank.
Free car parks for TBC tickets holders. ( www.infotbc.com )
By bus :
65 bus lines serve all of Bordeaux and its outskirts. www.infotbc.com
By Batcub :
To cross Bordeaux from a bank to another www.infotbc.com
By mini tourist train :
This mini tourist train is driving around the city centre, leaving from allées Tourny, and with guided commentary as it passes the main city centre sights.
A transport system available on request for person with reduced mobility. Booking on 05 56 16 61 66 www.mobibus.fr
By Citiz Bordeaux:
Car hire by the hour for the Bordeaux area.
By VCub :
These trendy hire bicycles are to be found at roadside stands all over the city. Tickets (1 day-1€ or 7 days-5€) can be bought after registering a credit card at the city's 250 bike park machines.
By vélo-taxi :
Taxi bicycles can take you practically and ecologically through the city center streets
Cycloville - www.cycloville.com