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Bordeaux - Paris
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Train Bordeaux → Paris

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Overview The average travel time between Bordeaux and Paris is minutes. The quickest route is minutes. The first train leaving Bordeaux is at , the last at . There is an average of trains a day between Bordeaux and Paris, leaving approximately every minutes.
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    Travel inspiration in Bordeaux and Paris

    Travel from Bordeaux to Paris in comfort & style on a high-speed TGV train. Frequent service, competitive fares & e-tickets offered.

    Bordeaux, known for its fine wines, is the capital of the Aquitaine 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.

    Hop on the TGV from Bordeaux to Paris and arrive in just over 3 hours.

    Paris truly offers something for everyone. Broaden your knowledge of art at the Louvre, soar to new heights by visiting the top of the Eiffel Tower, or do some window shopping on the Champs-Elysees. Welcoming millions of travelers each year, Paris is a city not to be missed.

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    Reviews & ratings Bordeaux - Paris

  • "Paris to Bordeaux "    
    We travelled as a group of 4 and our experience was excellent the train was comfortable and clean and ran to schedule, we have no complaints at all.  
  • "Fast and convenient"    
    Unlike the individual seats the seats with two couples facing each other are quite cramped even in 1st class and are best avoided. That said the journey was fast and convenient and we arrived in Paris before acquaintances who flew from Bordeaux. Unfortunately we traveled on a Sundayand the carriage was crowded with suitcases in the corridor,a fact ignored by train staff.  
  • ""Way to Go!""    
    Traveled from Bordeaux to Paris with some big suitcases after 3 weeks holiday in France. We found the journey quick and interesting and there was plenty of space in the carriage for all the baggage. We have flown and driven before but this trip was by train and a very good experience. Lunch from the cafe car, with a local red wine is just fine! And all at great value.  
  • "Wonderful way to travel"    
    We very much enjoyed our train travel from CDG Paris to Bordeaux. Train station was easy to find at CDG, train was on time, carriages easily identifiable, very clean and quiet. Truly great way to travel. We will definitely travel more by train when next in Europe.  
  • "Comfortable, easy journey"    
    Our trip was easy to book and our journey was smooth and efficient.  
  • "First Timers"    
    our first experience and we're thrilled with the timeliness and convenience. Would do again  
  • "Efficient travel"    
    Apart from my confusion with seating and rail car identification we enjoyed the travel yet again , this is a regular trip for us as we travel to France each year, and use your Montparnasse to Bordeau TGV return service each time we visit.  
  • "Trip from Paris to Bordeaux"    
    Fast, convenient service.  
  • "australian travelling in france"    
    it would be helpful if all tickets for all trips e.g. bordeaux st jean - perigueux could be printed from the internet thank you  
  • "Good trip"    
    Service re Tickets and help from Rail Europe Australia] was very good.  
  • "on the rail: Paris to Bordeaux"    
    On time, smooth ride, great views.  
  • "Bordeaux to Montparnasse"    
    My French is quite minimal and being a solo traveller, I was very worried about getting on the right train. Everyone I asked for help was very helpful and friendly. I felt very safe and comfortable for my journey. I would happily use the trains again.  
  • "Smooth journey to Bordeaux"    
    Comfortable and clean and on-time journey from Paris to Bordeaux. We had reserved our seats which meant we did not have to move around to other seats like other fellow passengers were doing. Definitely need to reserve seats!  
  • "Comfortable journey by train"    
    Impressed by the comfortable, clean cabins for this journey. The wine and cheese available in the dining car was also a pleasant surprise which we enjoyed. The only downside of train travel is the short lead time announcing the platform number before we board the train at Bordeaux. A little longer even five minutes extra would be really helpful to avoid a stampede. Otherwise, a great journey and on-time service.  
  • "Paris CDG to Bordeaux "    
    Excellent, punctual, clean, poor variety for dinner only. Great comfort.