Bordeaux-Saint-Jean (also known as Bordeaux-Midi) is located in Bordeaux, the capital of the French province of Gironde, in the southwest of France. At the train station, a total of five railway lines meet at the Bordeaux Saint Jean train station.
Due to the rich local tourism resources, many well-preserved museums and medieval castles, and famous for its rich wines, Bordeaux is known as the World Wine Center and has the reputation of “Queen of Wine”.
The train station connects Bordeaux with Paris , Sète , Toulouse Matabiau and Spain .
The train station consists of three parts: the departure hall, the arrival hall and the cafeteria in the middle, all of which are parallel to the platform.
Since the opening of the TGV, the station has been refurbished and upgraded, equipped with modern equipment, while retaining its original architectural features. The Bordeaux Saint Jean train station is one of the landmarks of Bordeaux, and you can see the 70-meter-tall clock tower from a distance.
Facilities and services at the Bordeaux Saint Jean train station include: bathroom, waiting room, lost and found, currency exchange, police station, passenger center, self-service luggage storage, Wi-Fi, ATM, telephone booth, self-service photo booth, short story production Instruments, pianos, etc.
There are buses, trams and taxis at the entrance of the train station. You can reach the centre of Bordeaux by tram line C. You can reach many local famous sights by public transport from the train station: Bordeaux Grand Theatre, San Andrei Cathedral, Cancons Plaza, Saint-Michel Church , Bordeaux clock , Pebelanta , Bordeaux Exchange Square , Pierre Bridge and so on.