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Transport facilities in Bordeaux are constantly evolving: the international airport has the fastest growth in traffic in France, the arrival of the high-speed train in June 2017 will put Bordeaux two hours from Paris, and a tram line is planned that will connect the airport directly to the city centre.

 

Bordeaux international airoport

3 terminals (A, B, and Billi for low-cost flights), more than 80 destinations and more than 5 million passengers per year- the fastest-growing French airport. 15 main international hubs are easy to reach : Paris CDG, London, Rome, Madrid and 26 airlines fly to Bordeaux.The airport is linked to the city centre by shuttle bus. Get fares and schedules

St Jean train station 

High-speed trains to Paris (currently 3 hours, reducing to 2 hours in 2017), Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport, and Brussels. Over 11 million passengers/year. The station is 10 minutes away from the city centre by tram.  Get fares and schedules

Motorways

Paris (A10), Rhône-Alps (A89), Méditérannée (A62), Pyrenees mountains and Spain/Portugal (A63 and A65).

Public transport

  • 125 million of travels/year
  • 3 tramway lines, 65 bus lines
  • River shuttle, 185 000 travels
  • 700 km of cycle tracks