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Pick up a car rental in Bergerac and discover the best of the area at your own pace. At Europcar, we offer fast, friendly service and competitive rates, so you can focus on enjoying the sights and sounds of this beautiful region, from the charming centre ...Read more of Bergerac to the stunning landscapes of the vineyards of the Périgord. With an enviable location in the south-west of France, you can head west towards Bordeaux or south towards Toulouse without any hassle. 


Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, we're here to make sure you get there in comfort and style. Reserve your cheap car rental in Bergerac and hit the road with confidence as you explore the area or stay close by for an important meeting.

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Explore Bordeaux

Book a cheap car rental in Bergerac and you can explore the best of Bordeaux in less than two hours. This beautiful city is among the most elegant in France – visit and you can eat and drink in some of the finest restaurants in the region, and the surrounding area is filled with vineyards that make some of the most celebrated wines in the world.

Visit the Maison des Vines

Bergerac has a rich history of winemaking, and you can learn all about its traditions with a visit to the Maison des Vines. Once a former convent, the building has been restored and features a beautiful cloister in the centre with a century old Paulownia tree. Inside you can sample local wines and browse the museum's interesting exhibits, which cover everything from growing to fermenting.