Bordeaux is a city on the Garonne River in western France. It features 18th century architecture in the old town and the region is world-renowned for its fine wines. Bordeaux is also a transportation hub for the Aquitaine region. It is served by nearby Bordeaux-Mérignac airport and has several train stations.
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Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport is located on the outskirts of Bordeaux and is easily accessible by car or bus. Jet'Bus airport shuttle connects Bordeaux Airport to Bordeaux-St. Jean train station every 45 minutes, and makes stops in central Bordeaux. The airport provides regular and charter flights to destinations all over Europe, and seasonal flights to some North American and African cities. Airport facilities include parking, shops and restaurants, and car rental.
Aéroport de Bordeaux-Mérignac Cidex 40 33700 Mérignac France +33-55-634-5050 bordeaux.aeroport.fr
Bordeaux-St. Jean Train Station
St. Jean is Bordeaux's main train station. It links Bordeaux to cities all over France with local, regional and high-speed trains, as well as to Irun, Spain, where passengers can switch to trains bound for other Spanish cities. The train station has several shops and eateries. Travellers can rent a car at the train station or use public transportation to reach their destination. Parking is also available.
Gare Bordeaux-St. Jean Rue Charles Domercq 33800 Bordeaux France int.gares-en-mouvement.com
Ravezies Train Station
Ravezies is a smaller train station in north Bordeaux, and only has local and regional trains. It is accessible via bus and tram, and offers parking facilities.
Gare SNCF Place Ravezies 33300 Bordeaux France ter-sncf.com
Caudéran Mérignac Train Station
Caudéran Mérignac is located in west Bordeaux. Like Ravezies, only local and regional trains stop here. The train station can be reached by bus or car. Parking is available.
Gare SNCF 24 Avenue de la Gare 33200 Bordeaux France ter-sncf.com
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