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Flights to Bordeaux

How to find cheap flights to Bordeaux

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When is the best time to book flights to Bordeaux from Ireland?

As a rule of thumb, flights to Bordeaux will be cheaper the earlier you book. Every rule has an exception, and airlines love to fiddle with their prices. Sometimes it can work out cheaper to book last-minute flights, although this is becoming less common.

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Airports with direct flights from Ireland

Direct flights to Bordeaux are available from Dublin and Cork airports. Indirect flights are available, but may involve a short layover in the UK or Paris.

Airlines that fly to Bordeaux from Ireland

Aer Lingus and Ryanair both fly direct to Bordeaux from Ireland.

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Airports in Bordeaux

Bordeaux has one airport, Bordeaux–Mérignac Airport. The airport is 10.7km from Bordeaux city centre. A direct shuttle bus service runs between the airport and the city centre, with a journey time of half an hour. Municipal buses are also available, and there's a taxi rank outside terminal A.

When to visit Bordeaux

Bordeaux gets its best weather from April to October. Flight prices tend to soar during July and August, with cheaper flights available from September to March. June is the best time for wine lovers to visit, as there are lots of massive fairs (including the Bordeaux Bacchanal and the Fete du Vin). Culture vultures will prefer an autumn visit, as opera season kicks off in October.

The weather in Bordeaux

Bordeaux has mild winters and warm summers. If you visit in July or August you can expect an average temperature of 21°C, which drops to 19°C in June and September. December and January are the coldest months, with temperatures sitting around 6°C. These are also the wettest months, with more than 100mm of rainfall on average, so pack your umbrella.

What to see and do in Bordeaux

There's more to Bordeaux than wine (although it would be a shame to visit and not quaff a glass or two). The UNESCO World Heritage listed city centre is packed with neoclassical buildings, and dotted with pop-up art galleries. With lots of great restaurants and museums to discover, you'll barely spend any time in your Bordeaux accommodation.

Wine (and scenery) lovers should consider booking car hire in Bordeaux and spend a day exploring France's most famous wine lands. St Emilon, Pomerol and Margaux are all within easy striking distance. Guided tours are also available, if you need a designated driver.

Top attractions: Bordeaux Cathedral, Musee d'Aquitaine, Cite du Vin, Marche des Capucins, Parc Bordelais, and more.

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