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Bordeaux is a port city in southwestern France. It has a population of 250 000 inhabitants and is the 9th largest city in France. The city nicknames are La Perle d'Aquitaine and La Belle Endormie, which means The Sleeping Beauty.
Bordeaux has an oceanic climate. This type of climate is characteristic for its warm summers and mild winters. Bordeaux is the world's most significant wine industry capital. It is home to the world-leading wine fair, Vinexpo.
Bordeaux offers a large number of theatres, cinemas and is the home of the Opera national de Bordeaux. There are many music venues of varying capacity. The city is also home to 362 monuments with some buildings dating back roman times. Some of the most famous attractions are the Cathedral of Saint Andrew, Le Grand Théâtre, Place de la Bourse, Basilique Saint-Seurin, Esplanade des Quinconces and Pont de Pierre.
Getting around in Bordeaux
You can get around Bordeaux by several travel options. Public transport includes urban buses and a tramway system. You can also rent a bicycle or motorised scooter, or catch a taxi. If you want to discover the old quarter, Vieux Bordeaux, the best way to do it is on foot.
CGFTE operates the urban buses in Bordeaux, and you want information about tickets and routes you can visit the company's offices located at the train station. At the offices, you can also get the Bordeaux Découverte card, which allows unlimited travel on buses and trams for several days. Bordeaux is one of France's most significant rail transit spots. The train station is 3 km away from the centre. It offers three tram routes (A, B & C) which cover most of the city.
If you plan to drive in Bordeaux, you should know that parking in the centre is tough to find and is also expensive. You can probably find free spaces on the streets near the the Jardin Public and Musée d'Art Contemporain.
The local rental companies are close to the train station, and there you can find very cheap cars to rent. If you want to book a car from a more known rental company, you can find their offices in the train station building.
Getting to from Bordeaux International
Bordeaux airport is just 10km west of the city centre. It handles both domestic and international flights and has over 7.7 million annual passengers. With domestic flights, it connects to Paris Orly & CDG, Lille, Marseille, Nice, Montpelier, Strasbourg and Lyon. From the International destinations, it includes Amsterdam Schiphol, Geneva, Barcelona El Prat, Dusseldorf, Brussels, Lisbon, Budapest, Dublin, all airports in London and many more. You can reach Bordeaux by bus, train, airport taxi or private airport transfer.
Book a private transfer to your destination
When planning a trip, it's always best to arrange everything before arrival, including the airport transfer. By booking a private transfer with us, you will have a stress-free start to your trip. Our service includes a direct transfer from Bordeaux International to your location in a comfortable vehicle with a professional driver.
Flight monitoring is included in the price, as well. The driver will be holding a sign showing your name, and he will take you to the vehicle. The cost for the private Bordeaux airport transfer is fixed and depends on the destination, as well as the chosen vehicle type.
Check the price for a private airport taxi from Bordeaux airport to Bordeaux City Centre. City Airport Taxis also offers transfers to Bergerac, Cap Ferret, Haux, Lacanau and St Emilion.
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