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Last minute flights to Bordeaux

Departure Thu, 28 Mar Return Thu, 04 Apr
STN London
EGC Bergerac
return from £27
Departure Wed, 03 Apr Return Sun, 07 Apr
MAN Manchester
BOD Bordeaux
return from £22
Departure Sun, 07 Apr Return Wed, 10 Apr
BRS Bristol
BOD Bordeaux
return from £68
Departure Thu, 04 Apr Return Sat, 06 Apr
EDI Edinburgh
BOD Bordeaux
return from £50
Popular flight routes to Bordeaux
London - Bordeaux
return from £39
London - Bordeaux
return from £72
Manchester - Bordeaux
return from £24
Bristol - Bordeaux
return from £91
Edinburgh - Bordeaux
return from £131
Zagreb - Bordeaux
return from £344

Trips to Bordeaux

Bordeaux travel

Bordeaux, a port city located on the Garonne River in south western France, is one of the most attractive cities in the country. This city is, in fact, considered a "mini" Paris. With eye-catching architecture and a fantastic 17th century waterfront, it has been awarded the UNESCO World Heritage status. Bordeaux is looked upon as the wine capital of the world with various wineries to visit on the outskirts of the city. With the best collection of bistros, brassieres and world class restaurants, French cuisine is truly a delight. Trips to Bordeaux are vacation getaways with museums, beaches and a happening nightlife. Check out our offers flight + hotel to Bordeaux!

Things to do and places to see in Bordeaux

The love for this city starts as flights to Bordeaux fly over its hundreds of wineries on the outskirts. The lush green fields make up part of a beautiful and architecturally captivating city. The history of France can be seen and felt in the collection of over 5000 churches, cathedrals, museums, buildings and the waterfront. The night life out here is something to revel in and rave about.

Don't miss out on the cheap flights to Bordeaux to fill your vacation with the following:

  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage site, St-Andre Cathedral, that towers over the city
  • Rub shoulders with the wine experts in Maison du Vin de Bordeaux and drink the night away
  • Take a romantic moonlit walk on the Mirroir d'Eau overlooking the 3rd century Royal Palace
  • Watch a stage performance in the Grand-Théâtre or the Opera House, the emblem of Bordeaux
  • Walk down the historic city of Bordeaux at Saint Pierre district which is located behind the Royal Palace
  • Take a wine themed tour for wine tasting, wine cruises and a fun-filled evening in the vineyards
  • Take a boat cruise to discover the river's estuary, vineyards and the city itself
  • Visit the 15km long Lacanau Ocean Beach for sun bathing or aquatic sports
  • Take the glam tram and explore old Bordeaux where antiquity meets modernity
  • Tour the wine cellar Millesima, considered the Fort Knox for wines having 2.5 million wine bottles
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Bordeaux airports

Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport is the international airport connecting Bordeaux to the outside world. It is the sixth busiest airport in France with an annual passenger load of over five million.

  • Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport

    Top airlines

    There are a number of large airlines operating flights to Bergerac via Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport including: Air France, British Airways and easyJet

    Location

    Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport is approximately 78 miles to the west of Bergerac city centre.

    Transport options

    There are several car rental agencies and passengers travelling by car can access Bergerac city centre via the A89 motorway. Regular shuttle buses run between the airport and Bordeaux train station where you can then catch a train to Bergerac. The train journey takes approximately 1.5 hours.

  • Bergerac Airport

    Top airlines

    There are several low cost airlines operating cheap flights to Bergerac including: Flybe, Jet2 and Ryanair.

    Location

    Bergerac Airport is located less than two miles to the south of Bergerac city centre in the Dordogne region of France.

    Transport options

    There are several car rental agencies at the airport and access to the city centre is provided by the Avenue Paul Painlevé. There are no public buses, but taxis wait outside the arrival area to go to the main train and bus station in the centre.

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