Train Toulouse → BordeauxFrom AU$ 22
- Departure station : Toulouse matabiau (64, Boulevard Pierre Sémard BP 35203 31079 Toulouse cedex 5)
- Arrival station : Bordeaux st jean (Rue Charles Domercq 33800 Bordeaux)
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Main stations in Toulouse and Bordeaux
Toulouse Matabiau Train Station
Address: 64, Boulevard Pierre Sémard BP 35203 31079 Toulouse cedex 5Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 4:45am to 12:45am
Saturday and Sunday: 4:45am to 12:45am
Public holidays: 4:45am to 12:45am Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV, Corail), Regional trains (TER Midi-Pyrenees), Intercity trains
SNCF rail agents, Lost and found, Business lounge & Waiting rooms, Tourist Information Office, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, Currency exchange, ATM and Public 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 Toulouse and Bordeaux
Toulouse, the capital of Midi-Pyrénées region
Toulouse is a French city located in the South West of France in the Midi-Pyrénées region. The region is well known for its sunny climate and gastronomy. As for Toulouse, the capital of the Midi-Pyrénées region, is a city with an exceptional heritage. From its beautiful private mansions, churches, museums and landmarks, the pink city, as it is also known (Ville Rose in French) will charm you. Toulouse is France’s 4th biggest city and as such is home to over 400,000 inhabitants. The city which can be easily reached from Paris of Bordeaux is also a well-known university town and the European aeronautical capital. Did you know that Toulouse is the iconic capital of Rugby. Its flagship team is Stade Toulousain, which is one of the most successful clubs in Europe with eighteen league titles in France, three cups of France and four cups of Europe.
Bordeaux, gateway to vineyards
Bordeaux is located in the heart of the Aquitaine region and is only 3 hours away by TGV from Paris. Listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, it is the epicurean French destination par excellence. Bordeaux has over a hundred thousand hectares of vineyards and 10,000 grape growers. The city produces large quantities as well as some of the most expensive wines in the world. From Bordeaux, you can take the train to Saint Emilion, one of the world’s most famous vineyards, or opt for a guided tour in a vineyard to taste one of the famous vintage wines of Margaux, Pauillac or Saint-Julien.
Reviews & ratings Toulouse - Bordeaux
As usual great service.
Train travel is so relaxing and you get to view the countryside. It beats getting to airports and waiting to check in 1-2 hours before a flight, and the waiting for luggage at other end, then working out how to get to your accommodation. It may take longer but when you take into account all the time in between flying its less stressful.
This was a short 15 minute trip and we didn't need to pre-book the journey, but it was good to know that we had to be at the gare at a particular time.
This was a quick convenient way to get from Orleans to Amboise.
A very pleasant trip. The whole booking experience was easy over the net and this part of the trip went according to plan
the trip on the TGV was a wonderful experience. Clean comfortable seats, friendly staff in the lounge... and the views of the countryside so much better than in a plane!!! Recommended
Everything went well on this trip. I bought an e ticket which meant I didn't need to get another ticket or validate it. The train was on time, clean and comfortable. Enough luggage space for my suitcase.
The trip was only a couple of hours. Safe, comfortable, clean and on time. Great value for money. Beats driving hands down.
We were very happy with our train travel around France.
Train station was hard to find we went to the wrong part first then have to go around the back and thankfully some locals helped us otherwise we might still be looking to the a4 size sing to get to the platforms! Train. Was late and food on the train was very expensive.
The TGV is far faster than I imagined. Great seats and amenities, and the people in the bistro cart are fabulously efficient. I moved seats to sit in the direction of travel. The canal du midi is remarkable. I managed to get work done and relax. Better than airports by far. My preferred way to travel now.