If you wish to indulge in the finest grapes and sumptuous French cuisine, the elegant Renaissance city of Bergerac is the premier destination. With local specialities including the likes of foie gras, duck conserve, walnuts and mouth-watering truffles.
As the wine capital of the region, outstanding vineyard views are common in many hotels, where prices vary from the cheap, cheerful and traditionally charming, to the opulent luxury of the restored period penthouse.
A region renowned for its quality wines and tobacco, flights from Stansted to Bergerac open up this quaint part of southwest France. Attractively sitting on the banks of the Dordogne River, a factor that contributes to the fine wines, you can fly to Bergerac from London in an hour and three quarters with a direct service. There are no public transport options available from Bergerac’s airport itself, the closest bus stop is a five minute drive away, while it’s only another five minutes or so to reach the town centre. Taxis are available from the airport, which also offer car hire facilities.
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