Train Paris → BordeauxFrom € 20
- Departure station : Paris montparnasse (17, Boulevard de Vaugiraud 75741 Paris cedex 15)
- Arrival station : Bordeaux st jean (Rue Charles Domercq 33800 Bordeaux)
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Main stations in Paris and Bordeaux
Paris Gare Montparnasse Train Station
Address: 17, Boulevard de Vaugiraud 75741 Paris cedex 15Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 4:30am to 1:30am
Saturday and Sunday: 4:30am to 1:30am Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV), Regional trains (TER), Intercity trains
SNCF rail agents, Disabled Facilities, Wheelchairs and boarding ramps, Business Lounge and Waiting Rooms, Lost and found, Places to eat in the station, Currency exchange, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Bordeaux St-Jean Train Station
Address: Rue Charles Domercq 33800 BordeauxOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 4am to 2:30am
Saturday and Sunday: 4am to 1am
Public holidays: 4am to 1am
Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV), Regional trains (TER)
SNCF rail agents, Assistance for disabled persons and junior travellers, Lost and found, Police station, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in Paris and Bordeaux
Travel from Paris to Bordeaux in comfort & style on-board the high-speed TGV at speeds of up to 200mph. Competitive fares & e-tickets are offered for TGV trains.
While in Paris, broaden your knowledge of art at the Louvre, or soar to new heights with a visit to the top of the Eiffel Tower. Each year the city welcomes millions of travelers. With its central location and access to high-speed trains, it’s the perfect starting point for your French adventure.
Hop on the TGV from Paris to Bordeaux and arrive in just over 3 hours.
Bordeaux, known for its fine wines, is the capital of the aquataine region. Aside from visiting a vineyard or two, there are several public museums to wander through, or perhaps take a relaxing stroll down the Rue Sainte-Catherine, considered the longest pedestrian-only street in Europe. The TGV train allows you to travel from Paris to Bordeaux & experience the different cultures & styles of France.
Reviews & ratings Paris - Bordeaux
We almost failed to catch our connecting train from Bordeaux to Paris. Our first train arrived late and we experienced difficulty in finding our connecting train because there are no proper signs / instructions at the station. At the connecting train, we have to hop on the first car we saw, dragging our luggages, because there's no more time figuring out which car we are supposed to board. The train started moving just in time when we boarded.
It was a night train and there's a good change that you will miss your stop if you stay inside your cabin since there's no "silent" alert that would inform the passengers of the next stop. In our case, we just stood near the exit door more than 30min before the scheduled arrival at Lourdes station just to make sure we will not miss our stop.
The trains run on time, they're comfortable, the website works well for searching times and booking trips. This was our third trip on TGV in the past year and we'll be sure to use it the next time we're in France. One warning - they allow anyone on the boarding platform at Montparnasse so it is chaos getting to your car, especially if it is at the back of the train. Be sure to give yourself lots of time to fight the crowds if you're departing from Montparnasse.
The first class seat was a little cramped as I could not stretch my legs out or I would touch the man sitting opposite. Otherwise, the train was clean, fast and efficient.
comfortable ride, almost on time efficient
Very comfortable and as ususal TGVs are a treat by themselves.
Very good, simple, comfortable and we got there with time to spare so there was no pressure at the airport. Toilets were blocked according to the kids so that was not the best but otherwise all good
Very convenient from Bordeaux to Center of Paris. Will definitely take this ride again in the future.
A great way to relax
It was a very comfortable trip once we found the correct coach. As we wanted to travel to Charles de Gaulle airport, we had to change trains in Bordeaux St. Jean which was a pity as there was no direct train to CDG from Lourdes.
That section of travel was very nice.
The train was quite pleasant and very convenient.
After 3 weeks of travel across Southern France (biking, hiking, and driving), we settled into our TGV seats for a relaxing 5.5 hour ride back to Paris. How pleasant it was to have time to reflect on our travels and rest. We did not find the angle of the headrest comfortable, so we got out the inflatable pillows we use on airline flights and it was fine. We had our own picnic, so I cannot comment on the train food. The coffee was excellent. Next time I am in Paris I will remember how easy it is to get to the beach in Biarritz!
Very good and comfortable trip. Train arrive on time. A little bit difficult to find a space to store my big suitcase and there is no help from the train staff.
very comfortable on the train, but not enough space for large suitcases