Things to Do in Bergerac City

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Things to Do in Bergerac City

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  • Pierre B
    6 contributions
    Worth dropping by for sure, give you insights into the local scene and surrounding areas. 5-7pm wine tastings on Fridays...try before you buy!
    Written October 18, 2021
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  • Rotiman1
    Sydney, Australia1,484 contributions
    Cyrano stands in the midst of a lovely square with flower gardens a There are a number of pleasant restaurants and a church on the road that leads through the old town A white Cyrano is in the next square
    Both worth stopping at as you explore the old town
    Written September 22, 2019
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  • Robert S
    Carnoustie, UK454 contributions
    We had read about the Tobacco museum before we went to Bergerac, so decided to visit. On entering we were told that there was a video about the history of tobacco , so we watched it. Although it was in French, there were subtitles in English, so one could follow the narration. Once the video finished, we were able to explore the museum and see all the exhibits of Tobacco Jars, Snuff Boxes, Pipes by the 100's, and even a machine that made pipes from wood. All very interesting. There are a lot of stairs, but there is a lift that will take you to all the floors. The lift can take a wheelchair, so the museum is suitable for someone with reduced mobility. A very interesting exhibition.
    Written June 20, 2018
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  • DavidWent
    Bournemouth, UK55 contributions
    If like us you were wandering around the streets of Bergerac then you will stumble across Notre-Dame which is in the north of the Old Town. Its a relatively small church but nice nonetheless with impressive ceilings, stained glass and paintings on the walls. There are a few little cafes out the front and also a nice boulangerie just to the side of it that had nice sarnies. Its certainly not the best example I have seen but added 10 minutes onto our tour of the town.
    Written August 29, 2019
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  • Philippe B
    Toulouse, France5,771 contributions
    This square should be visited because of the lovely buildings dating back to the 17th century. It was formerly the place where the numerous sailors from the river boats came to dine and stay. A statue of Cyrano de Bergerac (1977) stands in the center.
    Written September 27, 2020
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  • Cape Cod traveler
    Cotuit, MA22 contributions
    This is a small parish church in Bergerac, but contains some moving sights. A plaque listing the men of the parish who died during WWI is sincere and sad, and the tombs of two late 19th century pastors of the church in a side chapel are combined to celebrate their friendship and their dedication to the parish during their tenures.. The sculptures over the main altar are late 20th c. (1988) and aren't very inspiring, but the rest of the church is sincere and worth seeing.
    Written September 17, 2019
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  • BeastiePV
    Puerto Vallarta, Mexico770 contributions
    This Protestant church was very much involved in the religious wars after the Reformation. Together with the local Catholic Church, it sparked for me a renewed interest in the history. Note the locations of the pulpits and bibles in the two churches. The Protestant church features info graphs with historical explanations.
    Written August 26, 2019
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  • Adventurers049
    Brisbane, Australia2,690 contributions
    This is not a large museum and it doesn't take a long time to walk around. The ambience is very good too.
    Nice and cool on a very hot day.
    Written June 26, 2019
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  • Phartweasels
    Isle of Man, UK57 contributions
    Two kinds of slide, three pools - it was enough to amuse our four children (4-11) for a day. The customer service was good, I thought, considering the older lady doesn’t speak English (she called over another lady when my French ran into difficulties re hiring a box). We were able to leave for lunch in the local area and return later.

    All in all a pretty good value and fun day.
    Written September 1, 2019
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  • malc1005
    Kettering, UK3,934 contributions
    A lovely memorial to those have lost their lives. Deep Respect to all. Well worth a visit , if your in the area.
    Written July 4, 2018
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  • jpd3862
    1 contribution
    The artist mona is a talented artist..so beautifull paintings. we bought a big painting colorfull and ..just magic.. she's got a website. you can just admire her artwork. Lagaleriedemona.com
    Written November 18, 2012
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  • MJHck
    51 contributions
    We went on the train with a 3 year old and 20 month old. We all enjoyed the train with English audioguide, and it was nice to tour the town. Possibly a little expensive if you were a family of 4 but a nice way to tour the town.
    Written August 21, 2018
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  • Juli
    Bergerac City, France40 contributions
    If you are looking for wine (from everywhere in the word), beer, Champagne, whiskies, vodka....one place Intercaves Bergerac.
    The manager Christophe is so nice and handsome, Benoît speaks perfect english.
    Written August 19, 2020
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  • LexieR_12
    London, UK11 contributions
    We had a wonderful day with 2B Wine Not - Marie-Paule created a bespoke itinerary that introduced us to the breadth of Bergerac wines but also accommodated our two year old son. The wineries we visited all had space and activities for him, but on the occasions when he was a little bored, Marie-Paule helped entertain him so that we could listen to the guided tour properly. She was an absolute delight. Friendly and extremely knowledgeable, we couldn’t have asked for a better guide. I would highly recommend a day’s wine tasting with 2B Wine Not. We all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves (even our son) and the door-to-door service was perfect.
    Written August 8, 2019
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  • Janice L
    New Bern, NC9 contributions
    We were greeted by the owner of Chateau Corbiac when we entered the tasting room. As an English speaking couple we communicated perfectly because the owner also spoke English.
    It was a great tasting of four different reds.
    The Chateau is set on beautiful grounds and worth the visit just to see the grounds
    I give this location 5 stars because of location, friendly owner and delicious wines.
    Written September 11, 2021
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