Bordeaux Metropole Arena

Lines that thake you there :

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The Arena Shuttle: taking you to every performance!

Arena

The Arena Shuttle operates when there’s show on. It connects with tramline A.jpg (at Porte de Bourgogne and Stalingrad stations) and tramline C.jpg (at Porte de Bourgogne Station). The Arena Shuttle starts up 2 hours before a show begins and will stop approximately 1 hour after a performance finishes.

Good to Know

  • All TBM tickets (and the TBM Arena Pass) are valid on the shuttle!
  • The Arena Pass costs €3 for a return journey on any TBM service. Please note, the Arena Pass does not include park-and-ride services.

Routes 10 and 45: throughout the year

Two bus routes serve the Bordeaux Métropole Arena throughout the year:

  • Lianes 10.jpg: Runs every day until midnight (1am on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays). Please note, buses depart every 40 minutes from 9:50pm.

  • Citéis 45.jpg: Runs until 8:30pm

On foot or by bike

It takes around 38 minutes to walk from Place Stalingrad to Bordeaux Métropole Arena. It takes 12 minutes by bike. There’s a V³ docking station by the entrance to the arena. It has 20 docking points. If you ride your own bike, you can use one of the 500 bicycle parking places on offer.