From € 60

To Bordeaux by train

With Eurostar and TGV

Quickly to the heart of Bordeaux

    Bordeaux is mainly known as a wine region but it is also a beautiful city in the South of France. The port is situated on the river Garonne, north of the beautiful natural reserve Landes de Gascogne. The Cité du Vin is worth a visit: a beautiful modern museum about the history of wine, with a fascinating audio tour. It's also great fun for children.

    Bordeaux also has the CAPC Museum, one of the most important museums of modern art in France. There are also beautiful squares and charming streets with antique shops. Looking for peace and quiet? Bordeaux has many beautiful parks where you can take a walk and have a picnic. Tip: rent a bicycle and bike through the trendy neighbourhoods and along the river Garonne.

    Travel information Bordeaux

    With the train, you will be in Bordeaux in no time. Travel with Eurostar to Paris where you need to take the metro to Paris Montparnasse and catch a TGV train. Every hour there is a train to Bordeaux, the travel time is a bit more than 2 hours.

    During your trip, you will be provided with all the comforts so you can relax in a comfortable chair.

    For a complete travel itinerary, consult our itinerary planner

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    Prices train tickets Bordeaux

    GV and Eurostar offer differenct types of rates for your trip.

    The price depends on

    Options flexibility Eurostar

    Standard / Eurostar Standard
    • Change without charge up to 1 hour before departure
    • Cancellation with € 25 fee up to 7 days before departure
    • Limited availability
    • Change without charge up to 1 hour before departure
    • Cancellation with € 25 fee up to 7 days before departure
    • Sufficient available
    • Rebooking free of charge
    • Cancellation free of charge
    • Always available
    Eurostar Premier
    • Change without charge up to 48 hours after departure
    • Cancel without charge up to 48 hours after departure
    • Almost always available

    Find out everything about Eurostar rates here

    Book in advance and save money

    Do you want to and can you book far in advance? Choose a Non-flex ticket for the lowest fare. If you want more flexibility, choose another rate.

    General tips for getting the cheapest tickets
    • Book as early as possibly to have the most chance of getting the cheapest tickets
    • Tickets for Eurostar and TGV can be booked 122 days in advance
    • For a weekend getaway, travel Sat-Sun-Mon instead of Fri-Sat-Sun.
    • Book online to avoid booking fee

    Tips to get the best rates

    Practical information

    To make your trip that much easier, we have summed up certain practical issues for you.

    Facilities on board the train

    We would gladly inform you about all facilities on board so that you can make your journey more comfortable.

    Read all about the facilities and practical issues of Eurostar
    Read all about the facilities and practical issues of TGV

    Itinerary planner and app

    Please keep in mind that there could be delays or engineering works and check your trip with the itinerary planner. That way, you will never get an unpleasant surprise! Download our app so that you will be kept informed of the possible changes.

    Changing trains

    For a lot of destionations, you will have to change trains in Brussels South/Midi or in Paris. At Brussels-South/Midi, follow the signs 'Eurostar' until you reach the main hall. The large information panels will indicate the platform from which your TGV will depart.
    More information about transfers

    Free access to the lounges

    IIf you have a 1st class ticket, you can enjoy a free drink at the NS International Lounge in Amsterdam, Schiphol Airport and Rotterdam.


    From € 60

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