Discover French wine with cheap trains from Paris to Bordeaux

Cheapest dates for Paris - Bordeaux train tickets

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TGVoutward: Nov 23, 2019
direct (3h28m)
Ouigoinbound: Nov 23, 2019
direct (3h18m)
Ouigooutward: Jan 3, 2020
direct (2h22m)
Ouigoinbound: Jan 5, 2020
direct (2h45m)

Travel guide Paris–Bordeaux


What train companies operate the route from Paris to Bordeaux?

Trains are operated by SNCF on board the TGV service.

What is the schedule for the train route from Paris to Bordeaux?

Trains leave at multiple points throughout the day, with the first train leaving early at 6:28 am and the final train departing Paris at 10:12 PM.

What are the departure and arrival train stations for the route from Paris to Bordeaux?

Trains depart from either Paris Montparnasse 1 & 2, or Paris Austerlitz (for the overnight service). Trains arrive into Bordeaux Saint Jean.

What distance is the train route from Paris to Bordeaux?

The distance from Paris to Bordeaux is around 400 miles.

How long does it take to travel from Paris to Bordeaux by train?

The time of travel is between 3 hours 11 minutes and 3 hours 52 minutes; there is also an overnight service which takes 10 hours.

What are the stops on the train journey from Paris to Bordeaux?

Trains traveling from Paris to Bordeaux during the day time are direct; however, the overnight service requires passengers to change in Montauban Ville Bourbon.

Why should you travel by train from Paris to Bordeaux?

Traveling by train is convenient for those who don’t have a car or don’t wish to drive. The overnight route allows travelers to forgo one night’s accommodation and sleep on the train.

What is there to see and do in Bordeaux?

Bordeaux features many attractions including contemporary architecture, museums, various parks, gardens, and Pont Jacques Chaban-Delmas, which is Europe’s longest vertical-lift bridge. Bordeaux has many cinemas, art galleries, theaters, and music venues. It is imperative that visitors try one of the Bordeaux-region wines while dining at a locally-owned restaurant.