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£21 per day*
* Rates are based on a 7 day rental from 29/05/2017-05/06/2017 at Bordeaux
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Hertz Car Hire in Bordeaux

Bordeaux may be famed for its grapes, but this port city nestled in south-western France has more to offer than just vineyards. A graceful and charming city, renowned for its elegance, Bordeaux delivers a taste of old France as well as making room for the cutting edge.

Our pick-up locations include the airport, so whether here for business or pleasure you can touch down and be on your way with as little fuss as possible.

Pickup Locations Bordeaux

  • 26 Rue des Terres de Borde

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0800-1200 1400-1700, Sa 0800-1200 1500-1800, Su closed.

    Address: 26 Rue des Terres de Borde

    Phone: 33-0-5-57-71-58-90

  • Bordeaux Airport

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0630-2330, Sa-Su 0700-2330

    Address: Aeroport De Merignac

    Phone: 33-0-8-25-00-24-00

  • Saint Jean Railway Station

    Opening hours: Mo-Th 0700-2100, Fr 0700-2200, Sa 0800-1800, Su 1000-1300 1400-1900
    Effective 2 July 2017:Mo-Fr 0700-2230, Sa 0800-1830, Su 0900-1930

    Address: 137 Rue des Terres de Borde,
    Vehicle return: 26 Rue des Terres de Borde

    Phone: 05-57-59-05-95

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A quick guide to Bordeaux

Bordeaux

Bordeaux’s timeless appeal – whether it’s twinkling lights across the classical bridges that span the Garonne River, or the gothic and baroque churches that pepper the city – provide a lot for the visitor to sink their teeth into.

The Golden Triangle

Known locally as the Triangle d’Or, the area surrounded by Cours Clemenceau, Allees de Tourny and Cours de l’Intendance is the beating heart of the town. Beautiful 18th century facades may give off an air of grandeur, but this is a place that teems with real life.

Restaurants and bars jostle with cultural experiences, such as the Grand Theatre. It’s all highly photogenic and a great place to stop with a coffee and watch Bordeaux go about its business.

Shop in style

Leading north from the Grand Theatre, the Rue Sainte-Catherine is an entirely pedestrianised shopping street stretching over 1km, one of the longest in Europe.

It’s a busy place, popular with both locals and tourists, and encompasses both high street chains and more unique boutiques.

A taste of the high life

As this is wine country, you’d expect grand restaurants as well. There are three high-end choices each with two Michelin stars. Gordon Ramsay’s Le Pressoir d’Argent has a growing reputation and, situated in a grand hotel, is definitely somewhere to dress up for – you’ll need to book, too.

Turbot baked in seaweed, beef tartar with oyster cream and Perigord truffle crème brulee don’t come cheap, but it’s a satisfyingly luxurious experience.

Frederic Vigouroux’s laid-back bistro, Bouchon Bordelais, meanwhile, is less a temple of gastronomy and more a buzzing, affordable but inventive place to get a taste of real France alongside locals.

The old to the new

To get a real sense of how Bordeaux – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – is keeping an eye on the future, you can wander into the renovated docklands to the north of the city, or just pull up a pew near Mama Shelter.

This trendy hotel chain has sparked new life into an old gas company building, with its Philippe Starck design and fashionable bars. Inside it’s a riot of colour and attracts a younger audience that tell you Bordeaux isn’t a city content to rest on its laurels.

A city of history, Bordeaux is also an example of how to make heritage hip. It’s also a great place to start if you’re exploring the south-west of France. Car hire in Bordeaux will send you on your merry way.

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.