Where is the Gare Montparnasse?

See station plan See Paris map showing stations The Gare Montparnasse handles trains using the TGV Atlantique high-speed line to Brittany, Bordeaux, Biarritz, Lourdes, Tarbes and the Spanish border at Hendaye & Irun for onward trains to San Sebastian or Lisbon.

How can I save money on my TGV ticket from Paris to Bordeaux?

There are a number of ways to save on your TGV ticket from Paris to Bordeaux . Family and friends travelling together can buy four tickets for the price of three, and kids under four go free – so long as they sit on your lap. Tickets are available 90 days prior to departure with greater discounts the sooner you book – so get planning your trip!

How to travel from Paris to Bordeaux by train?

Paris to Bordeaux by train It takes an average of 2h 27m to travel from Paris to Bordeaux by train, over a distance of around 310 miles (499 km). There are normally 15 trains per day travelling from Paris to Bordeaux and tickets for this journey start from €6.10 when you book in advance. Paris to Bordeaux train times

How do I get from Paris Nord to Montparnasse?

If you arrive from Paris Nord or Paris Est on metro line 4 the metro station is called Montparnasse-Bienvenue, be aware that it’s a few minutes walk along pedestrian tunnels including a long travelator from Montparnasse-Bienvenue metro station to Montparnasse SNCF TGV station.

How tall is the Tour Montparnasse?

Observation deck on the Tour Montparnasse Right in front of the Gare Montparnasse is the Tour Montparnasse, a 210m high skyscraper that was the tallest building in France until 2011, see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tour_Montparnasse .

Where to shop in the Montparnasse in Paris?

Finally, you’ll find global stores and French fashion boutiques such as Lacoste, C&A and more at the Montparnasse Rive Gauche Shopping Mall (10 Rue du Départ, at the angle of Boulevard Montparnasse). The Montparnasse district is filled with old theatres such as this one.