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You can also take public transit (1.70€) from the airport to downtown. Just outside the "Arrivals" section you will see a bus stop for route Number 1. This bus will take you directly to Gambetta (a short walk from the Hotel de Ville) and terminates at the main train station, or you can get off at "Lycée Mérignac" (about 15 minutes) and take tramline A to the city centre. Tickets can be bought from the automated machine using a (foreign) credit card, or from the driver. Tickets are valid for 1 hour, and you can change to any tram or bus within this hour. Be aware that Route 1 is popular with locals and tourists alike and can get busy during rush hours - with little room for luggage, and standing room only. It can take 1 hour for Bus no.1 to get downtown, by which time your ticket will have expired if you need to get another bus. Switching to Tramline A is recommended if the bus is full.
 
You can also take public transit (1.70€) from the airport to downtown. Just outside the "Arrivals" section you will see a bus stop for route Number 1. This bus will take you directly to Gambetta (a short walk from the Hotel de Ville) and terminates at the main train station, or you can get off at "Lycée Mérignac" (about 15 minutes) and take tramline A to the city centre. Tickets can be bought from the automated machine using a (foreign) credit card, or from the driver. Tickets are valid for 1 hour, and you can change to any tram or bus within this hour. Be aware that Route 1 is popular with locals and tourists alike and can get busy during rush hours - with little room for luggage, and standing room only. It can take 1 hour for Bus no.1 to get downtown, by which time your ticket will have expired if you need to get another bus. Switching to Tramline A is recommended if the bus is full.
  
'''Bergerac Dordogne Périgord Airport''' ({{IATA|EGC}}) [http://www.bergerac.aeroport.fr/en/] is served by a number of airlines, including British Airways, Flybe, Jet2.com, Ryanair and Transavia. As of 2017, the airport is not served by any public transport. A taxi from the airport to Bergerac railway station should cost less than €20 and take around 15 minutes. From Bergerac railway station there is a direct train to Bordeaux Saint Jean station (journey time around 1hr 20 min).
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'''Bergerac Dordogne Périgord Airport''' ({{IATA|EGC}}) is served by a number of airlines, including British Airways, Flybe, Jet2.com, Ryanair and Transavia. As of 2017, the airport is not served by any public transport. A taxi from the airport to Bergerac railway station should cost less than €20 and take around 15 minutes. From Bergerac railway station there is a direct train to Bordeaux Saint Jean station (journey time around 1hr 20 min).
  
 
From '''Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport''' ({{IATA|CDG}}) there are TGV high-speed train services from the railway station which is adjacent to Terminal 2 (station name: ''Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV'' or ''Paris Aéroport Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle'' when booking online) to Bordeaux Saint Jean station. The quickest journey time for a direct train is 3 hrs 33 mins.
 
From '''Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport''' ({{IATA|CDG}}) there are TGV high-speed train services from the railway station which is adjacent to Terminal 2 (station name: ''Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV'' or ''Paris Aéroport Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle'' when booking online) to Bordeaux Saint Jean station. The quickest journey time for a direct train is 3 hrs 33 mins.

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