Bergerac Transportation

  • The French car
    The French car
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  • The French car
    The French car
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  • The view from parking to the airport
    The view from parking to the airport
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    Fuel in France

    by Inguuna Written Oct 2, 2014

    When renting a car it's very important to know what fuel to tank. If you rent a car, check it when you sign the contract or from my experience – I always had a sticker on the car.
    As I observed, in France fuel on motorways will cost more than in the cities near hypermarkets.
    In French diesel is called Diesel or Gasoil. Petrol – Super or Sans Plomb.

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    Flying to Bergerac

    by Inguuna Updated Oct 2, 2014

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    Aquitaine region is served by several airports, including Bergerac airport which is one of the smallest. There are many flights from various cities from UK served by Ryanair, Flybe and even different companies. I chose Ryanair, flying from London Stansted to Bergerac, the ticket cost around 25 Euros. When I bought them, it was the cost-effective way to get there. Train ticket from Paris to Bordeaux cost much more.
    Don't be surprised when arriving at Bergerac airport, it is really small.

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    Car hire

    by Inguuna Updated Sep 29, 2014

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    When I was planning a trip to Dordogne, I read a lot that a better choice is to rent a car unless you are a true athlete and don't choose to ride a bike. Before coming here I suggest to plan your route carefully because the train or public transport is not going to to all the sights.
    We rent a car from Hertz. I recommend if you choose the company from which to rent, to watch the deals they are offering. For example, you can get a different price when mileage is less than 1000 km than if you rent with unlimited mileage kilometres.
    I suggest not to rent a big car as the roads in this region are narrow unless you don't drive in large cities. And note, if you'll want to see the medieval towns by car, you'll need to drive up the hill.
    I suggest also to choose full insurance because I saw by myself how an old uncle in parking station attacked two cars. We realized to go away quickly.

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    Gare de Bergerac

    by ettenaj Written May 24, 2006

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    Bergerac has its own train station that is easy to find just down from the main road on Rue de Regiment D'infanterie, also the main bus staions stand in front of the train staion, so if there is no train going to the place you want to go to , try a bus!!!

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    Ryan Air

    by ettenaj Updated May 10, 2006

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    Fly from Liverpool to Bergerac with Ryan Air ,flight time approx 1.45, we did it for £50 return per person. No frills no fuss airline but does the job just as well as any other. 10/10 highly recommened

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    Taxi

    by ettenaj Written May 10, 2006

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    We had a taxi from the airport which took only minutes to arrive, then wiisked us away to the hotel. Approximate journey time was 8 - 10 mins and the cost was 12 euro, very good service, and you dont get ripped off!

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    Quai Salvette

    by Canadienne Updated Apr 30, 2003

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    Parking in Bergerac was extremely easy. This municipal parking lot at Quai Salvette is situated right on the bank of the Dordogne and just steps away from the vielle ville (old town) of Bergerac.

    There was no trouble finding a spot and the cost during daytime hours was extremely low.

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