Bayonne

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Overview

Bayonne, ferias and gastronomy, sun and ocean! Bayonne is a city located in the southwest of France, in the Aquitaine region. It is close to the spanish border and the Atlantic Ocean. This city is the economic capital of the french Basque country.

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Getting there You can get to Bayonne from Montrejeau, St Jean Pied de Port and Tarbes. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 05:04 $32
From Bordeaux 01:41 $40
From Lourdes 01:51 $29
From Montrejeau 02:28 $53
From St Jean Pied De Port 01:18 $14
From Tarbes 02:07 $32
From Pau 01:17 $24
From St Jean De Luz 00:21 $14
From Dax 00:27 $14
From Hendaye 00:29 $14
From Osses St Martin D 01:00 $14
From Biarritz 00:08 $14


Getting around From Bayonne, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Biarritz 00:12 $14
To Puyoo 00:43 $16
To Dax 00:46 $14
To St Jean Pied De Port 01:25 $14
To Pau 01:48 $24
To St Jean De Luz 02:51 $14
To Hendaye 03:04 $14
To Lourdes 03:22 $29
To Montrejeau 03:58 $53
To Bordeaux 04:15 $38
To Tarbes 04:40 $32
To Poitiers 05:58 $82
To Angouleme 05:59 $50
To Toulouse 06:20 $67
To St Pierre Des Corps 06:51 $74
To Paris Cdg Airport 08:20 $102
To Marseille 10:22 $96
To Cannes 11:18 $146
To Nice 12:12 $141
To Paris 12:53 $32
To Lille 14:41 $195

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Bayonne, ferias and gastronomy, sun and ocean!

Bayonne is a city located in the southwest of France, in the Aquitaine region. It is close to the spanish border and the Atlantic Ocean. This city is the economic capital of the french Basque country.

Bayonne is a fortified city with many narrow streets and typical houses.

The Saint Mary’s cathedral is a gothic style building that is listed to the UNESCO world heritage. The cloister next to the cathedral also deserves the detour. Bayonne also proposes many museums such as the chocolate workshop or the Bonnat museum. If you want to know more about the region’s history, chose the Basque museum with its very rich ethnographic collections.

Bayonne is also famous for its ferias, which are the 5th biggest meeting in the world! This event lasts 5 days and celebrates bullfightings. The Basque coast also offers wonderful beaches for your summer holidays!

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Customer reviews

  • "Better than flying but more $ "    
    Love the convenience of departing from the middle of a major city. And normally don't mind paying more than flying for this reason, given this last trip I was charged extra for having a surfboard (something airline I returned with didn't do). Anyway with extra fees it end up costing more than double the price of a cheap flight which I'll probably do in future.  
  • "My trip"    
    Thank you Eurorail for an efficient friendly service. You know how to transport people well. I enjoyed my trip very much. Just love the way all the trains operate out of Montparnasse. Thank you.  
  • "nice"    
    nice trip with high speed. It's good not to have so many stations in between.  
  • "Journey to lourdes"    
    The trip itself was comfortable. The staff member ( lady) who helped us at the Montparnasse ticket station attended to our needs with utmost detail and patience when we needed to change a schedule on the return trip and booking for a car rental. The trip was delYed but they totally made up for the delay and made sure we were able to catch the connecting train to Lourdes on time. The only problem was there were no signages on the tracks to guide the passengers. A lot of confusion took place transferring from 1 coach to the other bearing the same coach and seat no. Conductors helped but some were confused too.  
  • "My first time experience"    
    I got so much excited during the trip. It was comfortable and relaxing. There were enough space for luggages so i was not a problem. Im sure to ride again when I go back. Thank you.  
  • "great way to travel"    
    the train is very clean and comfortable. return trip from Lourdes to Paris, the schedule I had was to transit in Bayonn. but the train was delay, i spoke to the counter clerk and seeking for help, she immediately changed my train to an slightly earlier schedule and wrote everything clearly on the ticket (she knew I couldn't speak French) everything went on smoothly, we reached Paris in a breeze.  
  • "All good!"    
    Everything went as expected, very nice trip.  
  • "Very satisfied"    
    The only thing we missed was seats facing the direction the train had  
  • "Paris to Bayonnne"    
    For non-frequent users of the trains it is slightly confusing finding the correct coach number and seat number. It would be great if there could be an indication of the coach number from afar as sometimes they don't seem to be in chronological order. Otherwise the service is very efficient and an excellent option for traveling between cities.  
  • "Straight from CDG Airport!"    
    A very comfortable, convenient way of travelling right from the airport to destination.  
  • "Good and bad"    
    Would happily of paid the price for a 1st class ticket but when I enquired was told only 2nd class tickets available. When I arrived at the platform discovered 1st class was available. Used 1st class in 2010 and it was well worth the money and 2nd class was really cramped and uncomfortable and I am not a large person (57kgs). Service is fine I just prefer to pay a higher price for comfort :)  
  • "PARIS/BAYONNE"    
    EXCELENTE  
  • "A Breeze Rail Journey"    
    It was a wonderful experience. I booked rail tickets on line in Singapore, had it printed and when in Paris, just sat back and enjoyed the rail journey. The only small glitch, if I may call it one, was that the coach number on the ticket from Paris to Bayonne ( 1st sector ) got over printed and unable to make it out. Even the Inspector scanning the ticket could not decipher the number but he kindly told me to board first and he will sort it out once train bound, and which he did promptly. Even the passengers, who were total strangers, stepped up to offer assistance. Our rail journey took us from Paris to Lourdes, with stopovers in Bayonne and Pau on the return trip. Apart from the slight glitch, the rest of the journey was a breeze. Very highly recommended.  
  • "Fast and comfortable"    
    I have enjoyed my journey on TGV. It was fast, smooth and comfortable, though I wish toilets on the train were better. But this is a usual problem on the train, so perhaps you can find some universal solution to the problem?  
  • "good"    
    it was lovely lovely lovely but need few more people who knows english please good luck