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Introducing Bordeaux


Bordeaux, the capital of the Aquitaine region, is known as “Port of the Moon” due to its crescent-shaped port on the banks of the Garonne River. The region's wines are reverered around the world and have been produced there since the 8th century. With its historic structures and rich culture, Bordeaux merits its place on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Bordeaux is known for:


History and Art Nature and Wildlife Culinary Trekking Seaside Forest

Quick information

NEARBY CITIES
Bayonne (184 km)
Angouleme (119 km)
Biarritz (198 km)
CURRENCY
Euro (EUR)

COUNTRY CODE
+33

ELECTRIC POWER
E

TIME ZONE
GMT +1

AVG. PRICE OF A COFFEE
€3.06

AVG. PRICE OF A MEAL
€40.00

Average Temperature

Bordeaux airport information

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT:

You can get to the Bordeaux city center on the number 1 public bus, which leaves every 15 minutes. It costs 1.50 euros to get to the city center and takes about 40-45 minutes. There is also an hourly service from the airport to the Bordeaux-Saint-Jean Train Station, which is 2 km from the city center. It takes 30 minutes and costs 7.20 euros for a single ticket and 12.30 euros for a return

Average time from airport: 14 km

Distance from airport: 30-45 minutes

TAXI:

You can also get to the city center using the 24-hour taxi service that runs from the airport. The average cost of a taxi from the airport to the city center is 30-40 euros.

Average taxi price: 30-40 euros

CAR RENTAL:

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