Train Agen → Bordeaux
Duration 1h02 - From $21
Agen, the french prune's capital Located between the neoclassical city of Bordeaux and the famous Toulouse, Agen is in the south of France. World-famous for its prunes, it is situated along the Garonne river, and it offers beautiful landscapes made up with vineyards, hills and valleys. Learn more about Agen
A “Grape” place to taste the good life Bordeaux, on the banks of the Garonne river and the capital of the Aquitaine region of France, is world famous by its name alone. Synonymous with wine, this is one of the major wine producing regions in France. Bordeaux is also one of its great cities, just 3.5 hours from Paris on the high speed TGV. The Aquataine region has been growing wine since the 8th century. Bordeaux has nearly 300,000 acres of vineyards, including 57 appellations, 10,000 wine-producing châteaux and 13,000 grape growers. This all adds up to an annual production of approximately 850 million bottles – spanning your average table wine to some of the world’s most expensive wines in the world. The city is also home to Vinexpo, where the wine community comes to swish and spit the latest vintages. Learn more about Bordeaux
Reviews & ratings
"We found it very difficult to find our coach20 it meant leaving the main part of the train ,we ended up sitting in spare seats As we had a large suitcase each it was difficlult moving down the aisles "