TGV from Paris to Bordeaux
Travel with TGV to Bordeaux
Travel with TGV from Paris Montparnasse to Poitiers, Bordeaux, Biarritz, Dax, Pau and Lourdes.Find train tickets
With TGV to the southwest of France
Almost nothing beats a holiday in sunny Southwest France. The seaside town of Biarritz, the Catholic pilgrimage town of Lourdes and the city of Bordeaux offer everything that makes a holiday in France so desirable. But don’t forget to visit Poitiers and Agen too. The high-speed TGV train can take you quickly and comfortably to these and many other destinations.
Train schedule to Bordeaux
Several TGV trains depart daily from the Parisian Montparnasse station to places in the sourthwest of France, including Bordeaux, Poitiers, Angouleme en Futuroscope. From the Netherlands you can travel with Thalys to Paris Nord and then by taxi or metro to Paris Montparnasse.
For up-to-date train schedule information, please plan your trip using the international train planner.
Changing trains in Paris
From Gare du Nord to Gare Montparnasse
Travelling with the high-speed Thalys and TGV trains is convenient way of reaching the southwest of France. With Thalys you can travel from Amsterdam Central, Schiphol airport or Rotterdam Central on the high-speed track to the Parisian train station Gare du Nord. From there you can take metro 4 in the direction of Porte d’Orleans till you reach Gare Montparnasse station where all TGV trains to the southwest of France depart. Time needed in Paris to catch your connecting train is approximately an hour; this time has been taken into account by our booking system.
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Tickets for the Paris metro
The ride from the Parisian stations Gare de Nord to Gare Montparnasse is within the cities central metro zone. Tickets for the metro can be purchased onboard in the Thalys, in the buffet car. This is convenient as you can avoid the queue at the ticket machine at the station. But, be quick, availability is limited.
TGV destinations in the southwest of France
TGV trains depart on a daily basis from Paris to several destinations in the southwest of France.
Take the TGV towards Bordeaux for the following destinations:
|St Pierre des Corps||Ruffec||Chatellerault||Angouleme||Libourne||Futuroscope||Poitiers||Bordeaux|
TGV travels beyond Bordeaux to the following destinations:
|Dax||Pau||Bayonne||Lourdes||Biarritz||Tarbes||St Jean-de-Luz-Ciboure||Agen||Hendaye / Irun||Montauban Ville Bourbon||Orthez||Toulouse Matabiau|
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General information TGV
TGV is the high-speed train to all your favourite destination in France.
TGV to Lille, Disneyland and South France
You can travel from Brussels to any of the larger cities in France on a daily basis. The advantage of have to change trains in Brussels is that the connecting train departs from the same station, Brussels Midi (this is not always the case in Paris).
The Thalys is the ultimate high-speed train for daily connections between the Netherlands and France.