The Rugby Groud Guide

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How to get to the city   

Air:         You can fly to Biarritz from Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, East Midlands, Leeds, Luton, and all London airports.

The airport is actually closer to the ground than the town centre, so if you don't have baggage it is possible to walk.

However, a taxi is likely to set you back £10

                www.biarritz.aeroport.fr

 

Rail         You can take the train to Biarritz (the station is close by to the airport to the east of town) from Paris. A TGV service takes about 5 hours

                www.sncf.fr

 

Sea         If you don't fancy the drive or flying you can always take your chances on the Bay of Biscay. The closest port to Biarritz is Bilbao in northern Spain.

There’s a car service to Bilbao with Brittany Ferries.

               

               

Updated October 2013

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2013


       

 

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