Frequent question: How do you get to Bordeaux France?

Where do you fly into for Bordeaux?

The nearest airport to Bordeaux is Bordeaux (BOD) Airport which is 9.6 km away. Other nearby airports include Pau (PUF) (162.7 km), Biarritz (BIQ) (170 km) and Lourdes/Tarbes (LDE) (189.8 km).

How do you get to Bordeaux from UK?

You can take a train from London King’s Cross to Bordeaux via Paris Nord, Gare du Nord, Montparnasse-Bienvenue, and Paris Montparnasse 1 Et 2 in around 5h 16m. Alternatively, British Airways, Air France and two other airlines fly from London Paddington to Bordeaux 4 times a day.

How long is the ferry to Bordeaux?

The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 7h 46m.

How much is a train ride from Paris to Bordeaux?

Paris to Bordeaux by train

Journey time From 2h 4m
Price From $8.78
Distance 310 miles (499 km)
Frequency 16 trains per day
First train 06:47

Which UK airports have direct flights to Bordeaux?

Bordeaux flights schedule from the UK

UK Airport Airline/s Average flight time
Bristol easyJet 1hr 30m
London Gatwick easyJet & BA 1hr 45m
London Stansted Ryanair 1hr 45m
London Luton easyJet 1hr 45m
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What is the best time of year to visit Bordeaux France?

The prime time for Bordeaux travel is between June and August: that’s when most French and other Europeans visit Bordeaux. For fewer crowds and lower rates, come in spring, or autumn. One downfall of coming in fall: starting in September, the wineries start doing their harvests, and some don’t allow visitors.

Can you fly direct to Bordeaux from UK?

easyJet, Ryanair, British Airways all fly direct to Bordeaux.

How much are tolls from Calais to Bordeaux?

Tolls can be paid either in cash or by credit card. As a rough guideline, when driving from Calais to the south coast of France you can expect to pay between €80-120 in tolls each way.

How do I cross my car from UK to France?

Yes, it is easy to get from England to France by car by taking a ferry or taking the train through the Eurotunnel. From London to Calais takes around 3,5 hours including boarding and off boarding the train. The train is the fastest way to cross the channel by car. The ferry is cheaper but slower.