HomeManchester To Bergerac Manchester to Bergerac Situated in Aquitaine in the South-West of France, Bergerac and the surrounding region is steeped in history. Famous for its gastronomy, prestigious wines and buzzing café culture, whatever your reason for visiting, Bergerac has a lot to offer. One thing is for sure - you don’t need to travel far to find breathtaking scenery or a welcoming vineyard in this part of the world. For the latest information on our flight schedules from Manchester (MAN) to Bergerac (EGC), take a look at our Flybe timetable page for this route, and for the return journey, take a look at the Bergerac to Manchester page. The sections below offer tips and guidance about your trip, covering everything you need to know. In a hurry? Then use the list below to fast-forward to the information you need. Jump To: Getting to Manchester Airport Manchester Airport Departures Bergerac Airport Arrivals Visiting Bergerac Hotels Things to see Bars and restaurants Getting more from your trip to Bergerac Getting to Manchester Airport Getting to Manchester Airport for your flight to Bergerac is easy, as the airport has excellent transport links and plenty of short and long stay parking. For full details, visit our Getting to Manchester Airport page. Manchester Airport Departures At a glance: Short stay and long stay car parking Book in advance via Flybe.com or book now Public transport Bus, train, coach and tram links to the airport station 1 hour of free WiFi throughout Bookable Fast Track Security Bookable Escape Lounge Cafés and restaurants Shopping including Duty Free For more detailed information, visit our dedicated Manchester Airport information page. Check-in and bag drop at Manchester Airport Wherever possible, we recommend you check-in online for your flight from Manchester to Bergerac. However, if you're unable to do so, you can check-in and collect your boarding pass at the airport free of charge. Read more about the check-in options available by airport. Terminal 3 - Facilities before Security Newsagents Cafés Terminal 3 - Facilities after Security Cafés and restaurants Escape Lounge Retailers: Duty Free Fashion and accessories Audio, electrical and music Health and beauty Newsagents Bergerac Airport Arrivals (EGC) At a glance: 3 miles from city centre 10 minutes' drive to city centre in normal traffic No public transport No buses or trains operate from the airport. Taxi stand To avoid queues it is advised that passengers book in advance. See Bergerac Airport website for details. Car hire Book now through our preferred partners Avis or Budget Café In Arrivals area Newsagents In Arrivals area ATM In Arrivals area. There is no currency exchange at the airport. To find out more, visit our dedicated flights to Bergerac page and browse other available routes. Visiting Bergerac Compact yet bursting with character, the historic city of Bergerac is famous for its Renaissance buildings - and also for its vineyards. In our guide to making the most of your flights to Bergerac you'll find our tips on where to stay, what to do in the city, and of course, where to eat and drink for the finest French experience. Hotels in Bergerac Flybe works in partnership with Booking.com to make it even easier to help you find the perfect hotel in Bergerac. From shoestring travellers, to those seeking a little luxury, there is accommodation in Bergerac to suit every type of visitor. Whether you're looking for all-out luxury, need to accommodate several colleagues or are travelling on a more modest budget, you'll find Bergerac hotels that suit your needs. Things to see in Bergerac As a gateway to the Dordogne, Bergerac has a lot to offer - from the riverside old town and lively café scene, to the rolling vineyards and quaint villages of the surrounding area. There’s a lot to fall in love with in this sunny corner of France. Flybe recommends... Cruise down the Dordogne Starting from Bergerac, take a cruise through time on board traditional boats, down the picturesque Dordogne river. Tour the vineyards The Bergerac region produces some of the most sought-after wines in the country. Many of the vineyards offer tours and tasting sessions, which you don't need to be a wine aficionado to enjoy. Indulge at the markets Famous for its gastronomy scene, life in the Dordogne revolves around the markets. These buzzing hubs of colour and commotion offer the best produce each season has to offer. Bars and restaurants in Bergerac You'll find a wide selection of restaurants in Bergerac, most of which are happy to share their traditional recipes if you want to try and recreate their outstanding dishes at home. Flybe recommends... L’art et L’envie Sample the extensive wine list and rub shoulders with the locals at this upbeat, reasonably priced gem of a wine bar in the centre of town. Le Vin'Quatre Frequently topping the list of best restaurants in Bergerac, Le Vin'Quatre offers a simple, yet beautifully executed menu. Book in advance! La tour des Vents As famous for its views as it is for its food, this impressive restaurant sits high on a hill surrounded by vineyards in Monbazillac, just a 15 minute drive from Bergerac. Getting more from your trip to Bergerac This region of France is home to stunning countryside, thousands of imposing castles and historic gardens – all begging to be explored. Aquitaine’s Atlantic coast is a few hours' drive away, but if you’re planning to explore the region more, it’s well worth making the trip. 270km of incredible white sandy beaches stretch from Pointe de Grave down to Spain. Flybe recommends... In Bergerac Wander through the farmers’ markets that pop up almost daily in Bergerac and look out for summer markets, candlelit evening markets and flea markets. La Maison Des Vins De Bergerac hosts classical music events in the atmospheric environment of its building’s cloisters. A perfect spot to sample the local tipple. For one-of-a-kind gifts check out Arts Terres in the city centre where two local potters sell their unique stoneware and earthenware designs. Beyond Bergerac See some of the world’s oldest cave paintings in the Vézère Valley. The caves of Lascaux II are nicknamed the ‘Prehistoric Sistine Chapel’. Marvel at the grandeur of the medieval Monbazillac castle and its grounds Lose yourself in the hanging gardens of Marqueyssac overlooking the Dordogne valley.