Aer Lingus offers a fast connection to Bordeaux. Fly to Bordeaux with Aer Lingus and look forward to an Irish welcome on board.
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Central to the famous wine-growing region, Bordeaux boasts a rich heritage and houses numerous historic and modern monuments.
The Miroir d'Eau
One of the city’s main attractions, the "Mirror of Water" is installed facing the Place de la Bourse, consisting of a slab of granite covered with water that plays with the aquatic reflections.
Cité du Vin
This boldly shaped building contains a very particular museum dedicated to the universal, living heritage of wine. It offers a journey around the world, where you can learn about and taste the wines of the world with a panoramic view of Bordeaux and the surrounding area.
Bordeaux wine trail
Of course, there are several wineries in Bordeaux, so why not try to explore all the key appellations (regions): Medoc (St Estèphe, Pauillac, Margaux), Sauternes & Graves (Pessac-Léognan), Saint-Laurent Emilion, Blaye (Côtes de Blaye) & Bourg, Entre-deux-mers (Cadillac), and the Libournais (Pomerol, Fronsac).
Bordeaux airport is distant 10km/6 miles from the city centre and the best way to get there is through bus or taxis.
Taxi: Taxis are available daily at Bordeaux Airport from the first to the last flight of the day. You will find them outside Hall A. An average trip to the city centre takes 15–20 minutes and will cost you about €30 during the day and €45 at night.
Bus: The 30’Direct bus offers a direct 30-minute service between Bordeaux Airport and Saint-Jean train station. The service operates daily, including public holidays. The journey takes around 30–35 minutes and costs €8 one-way.
A visa is not required for either tourist or business stays, but other visas to France depend on your nationality and length/purpose of your stay. Best thing to do is check the official visa website for France.
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