Hi We (myself, my partner and 4 year old daughter) will be in Bergerac for 4 days in July. We will be car less and would like to take a trip or two outside of Bergerac by train and see the best of the region. My four year old gets very bored on trains for more than one and half hours. Can anyone suggest one to two great places to visit? Thank you!
Hi, I'm flying to Bergerac soon and want to get to Gavaudun. I am not driving and will be travelling with children. So far I've realised that I'll probably have to get a taxi to the city centre, as there are no bus/trains from the airport. Any suggestions on how I can travel from the airport/city centre to Gavaudun would greatly appreciated! Many thanks.
My husband and myself would like to book a place near Puy l'Eveque. In order to book with the place, they require total payment as of December for a place in March via check. Is this appropriate?
Please can you tell us what's happening in Bergerac at Christmas? We are there from 21/12/07 until 31/12/07 and are perticularly keen to know what to do on Christmas Eve that doesn't require dancing and loud noises!! We are looking for something refined and quiet but something that will get us into the Christmas spirit! Look forward to hearing from you. H & P
Where does the boat trip start in Bergerac, and how often during the day does it sail. Will be there on April 20 & 21 2007.
My husband myself an 3 year old son are flying to Bordeaux in september (cheap flights oh yes). Not sure whether to stay in Bordeaux or Bergerac and travel around.. Would Bordeaux be too big and busy for a small boy ? Or are we best getting a hotel with swimming pool (hoping for good September weather!) in Bergerac and visit Perigieux ,Sarlat and Bordeaux for the day etc.Is ther enough to see in Bergerac for a week. We are into sightseeing and relaxing at quiet cafes etc with a good meal and a drink ...our son has known the word "pub" and Daddys "juice" from an early age!. We usually rely on public transport but gather it is not so easy to get around in this area so we may splash out on car hire. Also had thought any hotels in Bordeaux would be of the ibis kind cheap and cheerfull but have heard the area around the station(where they seem to be is far out from the centere and dodgy. Bergerac hotels with swimming pools seem to be near Bergerac station but hopefully has none of the dodgyness of the Bordeaux station area. Are there any good local food festivals etc on in September.. Any advice anyone can give Id be grateful our son is into boats trains swings and carousels