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Université de Bordeaux
 



How to get around

The Bordeaux metropolitan area has a dense public transport network that includes: 4 tram lines, 3 river shuttle lines, dozens of bus lines and self-service bicycles. This network is managed by TBM public transport. Details of services and pricing can be found on their website. Download the TBM network map. To travel outside of Bordeaux, you can use either Regional Express Trains or TransGironde...

Once you're hereWednesday 20 January 2021 by DUFFY Ciara. Last update Wednesday 20 January 2021
Making the most of your stay

In Bordeaux you will find great cultural wealth thanks to the cities' architecture and historical sites, but also because of its lively neighborhoods. From the Pey-Berland tower to the Opera House, discover all of the sights Bordeaux has to offer on the Bordeaux Tourism Office website. The surrounding areas of Bordeaux are also worth visiting, with major sites in the Gironde area also listed as a...

Once you're hereWednesday 20 January 2021 by DUFFY Ciara. Last update Wednesday 20 January 2021
How to get here

Bordeaux and its region have a multimodal transport offer and an international infrastructure. Bordeaux-Mérignac airport The Bordeaux-Mérignac (BOD) international airport is the main airport for the Nouvelle Aquitaine region. Situated west of Bordeaux (12 kilometers from the city center), it is easily accessible by public transport. Connected to the rest of the world via some of the largest...

Before your arrivalWednesday 20 January 2021 by DUFFY Ciara. Last update Wednesday 20 January 2021
Discover the campusBefore your arrivalWednesday 20 January 2021 by DUFFY Ciara. Last update Wednesday 20 January 2021

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