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    Default Paris to Bordeaux by train

    Does anyone have suggestions about the best and cheapest way to travel by train from Paris to Bordeaux in May, 2009. :?: I'm starting to plan a trip now and would appreciate any experience or suggestions. Thanks, Judy

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    Default Re: Paris to Bordeaux by train

    Hi Judy,

    Paris to Bordeaux by TGV train is a very popular route, thus, you'll have no problems finding a ticket.

    Normally reservations for trains cannot be made more than 60-90 days ahead of time, so you'll have to wait a bit before making reservations.

    Where to buy tickets online depends on where you're coming from. If you're coming from USA, you'll need to go to [urlnf=http://www.anrdoezrs.net/click-3058437-10357859:3eawbagy]RailEurope.com[/urlnf:3eawbagy] to buy the ticket. England: [urlnf=http://clkuk.tradedoubler.com/click?p=40263&a=1537167&g=16174510:3eawbagy]RailEurope.co.uk[/urlnf:3eawbagy]. Canada: [urlnf=http://www.raileurope.ca/canada/index.htm:3eawbagy]RailEurope.ca[/urlnf:3eawbagy]. Elsewhere: TGV-Europe.com.

    I just checked on RailEurope.com and prices for October trains between Paris Gare Montparnasse and Bordeaux are $38 usd, one way. The unfortunate part is that ticket delivery to overseas (Canada/US) is expensive and the only option. For the USA it's $18. Canada: $23. UK: free for ticket pickup at the station.

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