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How to come?

Find out how to get to BAD+!

Find the map of all the exhibition venues of the 'Art dans la ville' program:   

Download the map

Helpful travel information

On foot

From Quinconces and Cité du Vin: less than 20 minutes.

Walk along the quays and stroll along the Garonne!

By bike

Take a V3 and stop at the following stations: Cours du Médoc, Les Hangars, Chartrons or Place Saint-Martial.

Membership fee: €1.70 per 24 hours

Take advantage of 30 minutes of free use (then 2€/hour started): a good alternative for getting around the streets of Bordeaux!

By public transport

By bus

Line 45: Stop Cours du Médoc, then walk 5 minutes.

Line 4: Stop Médoc (place Saint Martial), then walk 7 minutes.

Line 9: Stop Berthelot (Cours Saint-Louis), then walk 10 minutes.

Line 15: Stop Martinique ou Picard (Cours Portal), then walk 10 minutes.

   

By Tram

Ligne B: Stop Cours du Médoc, then walk 5 minutes.

   

By boat

From Stalingrad or Lormont Bas, take the BAT3 and admire the city!

Stop at Les Hangars (Médoc).

   

From Saint-Jean station

Tramway line C or D (stop Quinconces) then Tramway line B (stop Cours du Médoc).

    

From the airport 

Bus Navette line 1 (stop Quinconces) then Tramway line B (stop Cours du Médoc).

   

Prepare your visit and consult the different ticket prices on the Info TBM website.

   

'Art dans la Ville' program:

See the map

By car

Bordeaux is easy to reach via motorway:

  • Paris (A10)
  • Lyon (A89)
  • Marseille (A62)
  • Biarritz (A63, A65)

   

Easy access to car park:

Hangar 15 car park - 114, Quai des Chartrons – Bordeaux

By train

SAINT-JEAN TRAIN STATION

  • 260 trains per day
  • ‘LGV’ high-speed link - Bordeaux to Paris in 2 hours and 4 minutes
  • 200 regional express trains per day, linking Bordeaux to all the towns of the Aquitaine region.

From the train station to Hangar 14:

SNCF Saint Jean Station, tram line C or D to ‘Quinconces’ stop, then tram line B to ‘Cours du Médoc’

By plane

BORDEAUX-MERIGNAC INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

  • More than 6 million passengers per year & 30 airlines
  • Serving more than 80 destinations including 66 national and international routes
  • Linked to major hubs: Paris, London, Amsterdam, Madrid, Istanbul and Frankfurt
  • Voted Best Airport in its category (Air Transport News, 2016)

From the airport to Hangar 14:

Shuttle bus Liane 1 to ‘Quinconces’ stop, change for tram line B to ‘Cours du Médoc’ stop

Contact the tourist office 

Prepare your journey!

Schedules, routes, traffic information and plans... With Infos TBM, find your ideal way to travel and join our BAD+ event at Hangar 14 easily!