Libourne, a pleasant town to live in, in the Aquitaine region Libourne is located in the southwestern part of France. This city grouping together around 40.000 inhabitants was built on the confluence of the Isle and the Dordogne river, in the heart of the famous vineyard of Bordeaux’ (...)
|From Le Buisson||01:29||$27|
|From St Pierre Des Corps||02:16||$32|
|From St Seurin Sur Li||00:18||$14|
|From Saint Foy La Grande||00:30||$14|
|From St Emilion||00:07||$14|
Getting around From Libourne, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
|To St Emilion||00:07||$14|
|To Saint Foy La Grande||00:37||$14|
|To St Seurin Sur Li||02:28||$14|
|To Le Buisson||03:45||$27|
|To Siorac En Perigord||03:52||$29|
|To St Pierre Des Corps||04:18||$32|
|To Paris Cdg Airport||05:51||$76|
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Libourne, a pleasant town to live in, in the Aquitaine region
Libourne is located in the southwestern part of France. This city grouping together around 40.000 inhabitants was built on the confluence of the Isle and the Dordogne river, in the heart of the famous vineyard of Bordeaux’ region.
The privileged location of Libourne makes this city a great touristic place. Libourne’s city centre is worthwhile thanks to the town hall located in the charming Abel Surchamp square. This building houses the fine arts museum.
You can also walk on the quays along the two rivers and admire the old port tower. This region is well known for its vines, and you can find close to Libourne many famous appellations such as Saint Emilion or Pomerol. Numerous cellars invite you to visit the domain and to taste their famous wines.
You are only one hour away from the sea, and you can share your time between swimming and enjoying the wonderful monuments and lanscapes around Libourne.
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- "Cancelled Trip " . 03/08/2015
We cancelled our trip due to a death in the family. We booked on this site, but only took a train from Madrid to Leon and back. Booking was easy.
- "tgv from Paris to St Cprien" Colleen a. 07/09/2014
The TGV was a good choice. Easy to get to montparnasse - I was in Latin quarter and found a No.96 bus that took me directly to the Gare Montparnasse in 15 minutes. Easier than Metro with luggage. Good idea to buy food before boarding and Pauls is the best bet at the station. Food on board is not good. I went from Paris to St Cyprien via Libourne. After Libourne you change to TER service which is quite basic and you have to be ready to get off - they don't hang about. I booked eurostar and tgv online from NZ and it was a very good website to operate. I am going to use it again for return journey in 3 weeks. c . Arnold NZ
- "Tgv" Gwenda u. 03/07/2014
Excellent way to travel
- "Comfortable and relaxing" Kinyuen n. 14/11/2013
We find travel on TGV very comfortable and relaxing. We have a good game with cards for over one hour. It would have been better if we can have a choice of seats with us facing the direction of travel. We found it comfortable because we were able to change seats with other passengers who did not mind to seat facing the opposite direction of travel. Otherwise our entire trip would have been ruined.
- "Getting to Bordeaux" Philip a. 04/06/2013
The convenience of the train was the clear and made the journey easier. It is now a far better journey than 15 years ago. Some stations can do with some to point out where to stand before the trains arrive and easier access to get bags up and down from platforms, but these are usually relatively minor matters.
- "France Trip" . 24/05/2013
Our experience was wonderful with TGV, TER
- "easy trip" Martin f. 09/05/2013
On time, easy to get to, quiet, quick journey