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Bergerac Roumaniere Airport serves the town of Bergerac in Dordogne France. The airport connects Bergerac to several European destinations such as Paris, Southampton, Amsterdam, Bristol, London, and the East Midlands, among others. The airport is a great base for travel around the town, being just a convenient 3 kilometers from Bergerac. Public transport serves the town, although cheap car hire at Bergerac Roumaniere Airport offers a more convenient alternative.

With car hire at Bergerac Roumaniere Airport, visitors could easily reach some of the most famous attractions in the area, including the Notre Dame Church as well as the Saint Catherine Neighborhood. Nearby the medieval suburbs of the town that is Saint Catherine, is the Notre Dame Church, a neo-Gothic piece of architecture famous for its impressive bell tower and design work.

A car rental at Bergerac Roumaniere Airport would also take visitors to the two notable museums in town, which are the Regional Museum of Wine and Inland Waterways Transport. The museum boasts of impressive exhibits of river boat models as well as vineyard tools. A visit to the Tobacco museum is also an interesting experience.

Visitors could also take time at the Recollets' Cloister, a former monastery turned into a center for the Maison des Vins de Bergerac, which is a place for wine tasting, animation and exhibitions.

Another interesting place to visit is the Saint Clar Street, a charming avenue lined with beautiful houses with interesting frameworks and designs. Saint Clar Street also offers an atmosphere of what it was like to be under the English dominance, with their inspired constructions.