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Bergerac is situated within the Dordogne department in the south west of France, with the river running through it, meaning many British and other European holidaymakers come to stay in Bergerac hotels, especially during peak season. It's easy to find an available hotel in Bergerac using Hotels.com, by entering the dates of your trip into the booking system. Visitors to Bergerac are drawn to the café culture, excellent restaurants, pretty timber frame buildings and narrow streets. Being a prestigious wine making region, also, with twelve recognised AOCs (Appellations d'Origine Controlee), Bergerac attracts many a wine tourist. With a large selection of Bergerac hotels, Hotels.com can help you to find the best place to stay. Browse the real customer reviews, then use the simple online booking system to reserve your place in this beautiful town on the Dordogne.

What's Bergerac Like?

It is hard to stay in Bergerac and not fall in love with the beautiful Dordogne River that runs through the town. Visitors to the region can spend time walking along the banks, fishing and kayaking on the river, and when the lights come on at night, a stunning photo opportunity is created with the reflections of the arched bridges that cross it. Bergerac's heritage is in wine and tobacco, and the town has museums and exhibitions dedicated to both. The town is also associated with the protagonist of the play 'Cyrano de Bergerac', when in actual fact, he never lived there. Visitors to Bergerac might like to spend the day visiting the vineyards and sampling the roses, reds, white and dessert wines of the region. Most of the restaurants, bars and hotels in the area serve Bergerac wines, so if a day spent walking through the vines doesn't appeal, simply sitting in one of the squares in the old town, sipping wine and watching the world go by, might be of more interest.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Bergerac

Once your Bergerac hotel is booked with Hotels.com, you can relax, and it's then time to get out the French phrase book. Most French people in touristic areas, like the Dordogne, can speak English, but all of them will appreciate anyone making an effort. One top tip is to make sure you get yourself along to the local food markets in Bergerac. The locals typically arrive early, before it's too hot, so remember to arrange a wake-up call with your Bergerac hotel. Hotels.com has downloadable maps to enable you to find your way to all the best markets, cafes, restaurants and museums.