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Cheap flights to Carcassonne

WAS — CCF
22 Apr — 29 Apr1
1 adult
Mon 22-4
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Each weekend, the queues of passengers stepping onto their Carcassonne flights at airports around the UKattest to the popularity of this part of France. Many of them see Carcassonne only briefly as they make their way to their second homes in this beautiful département. But the city is a weekend break destination in itself. The modern city is built around two medieval ones. The fortified city stands on the north bank of the River Aude, commanding the surrounding countryside all turrets, towers and ramparts and with its own basilica, the Basilica of St-Nazaire. This is Europe’s largest medieval town with the city walls intact (completely restored in 1853 by Eugène Viollet-le-Duc), where the old stone streets ring with entertainers, gift shops, restaurants, tapestry galleries and outdoor cafes.

The other medieval city is on the south side of the river, the 13th-century Bastide of Carcassonne with its wide boulevards and elegant Place Carnot with its 18th-century Neptune Fountain.

The Canal du Midi crossed by the Pont Marengo is another great tourist draw. The canal, lined by overhanging trees, was constructed in the 1600s, and is popular for bank-side strolls and boat rides.

Carcassonne climate

The Languedoc region is blessed with a Mediterranean climate – hot, dry summers, rainy winters and mild springs and autumns. There are about 300 sunny days a year.

Getting around Carcassonne

Carcassonne’s medieval city is small enough that you can easily walk around. But for the rest of the city, you may want to take the bus, which is efficient and reasonably priced. Buy a transport pass for the entire day or just for an hour – it will only cost a few euros, and it gives you unlimited rides over the entire transport system.

What is good to know if travelling to Carcassonne?

  • While visiting, snap up jars of cassoulet, bouillabaisse, patés and Roquefort. Cassoulet is the region’s speciality, a rich dish of white beans, mutton and duck or partridge.
  • Take a cruise down the Canal du Midi. Boat trips take a couple of hours from Carcassonne canal harbour. Passing through one of the canal’s locks is a highlight.
  • The Raymond Chésa Leisure Park is close to the medieval city. It spreads, for 40 hectares, across three valleys, fed by the Mitgé, Bazalac and Montirat creeks. Strolling around Cavayere Lake will reveal a number of environments, from pastures to woods to arid land. An island in the centre of the lake is an important nesting ground for ducks and other birds.
  • The Australian Park is home to kangaroos, emus, boomerangs, digeridoos and aborigines. You can also pan for gold…

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  • When is the best time to fly to Carcassonne?

    There is no bad time to seek cheap flights to Carcassonne. The sun shines almost year round. Temperatures during spring and autumn are mild, perfect times for short breaks. Peak Season: The summer months, April to September, are peak season. This is when most tourists throng the medieval city and when most second-homers arrive. Off Season: October to March is officially the low season. Some attractions have shorter opening hours during these months.

  • What does CCF mean?

    CCF stands for Carcassonne Salvaza Airport. Codes like this one are often called IATA codes, a set of identifiers established by IATA (International Air Transport Association) that is widely used by airlines and the aviation industry.

  • What airport do you fly into for flights to Carcassonne?

    For a flight to Carcassonne, you will be flying into Salvaza. Carcassonne Salvaza (CCF) is just 3.6 km from the centre of the city.

  • Can I find cheaper flights to Carcassonne if I am willing to have stopovers?

    Yes, flights with stopovers are often cheaper than direct flights. Keep an eye out for flight deals to Carcassonne on Cheapflights that require 1 or 2 stops for potential cost savings.

  • What is the cheapest airport to fly to in Carcassonne?

    null is currently the cheapest airport to fly to in Carcassonne. One-way flights to null typically cost null, while return flights cost around null.

  • Does Carcassonne Salvaza Airport have rental cars?

    Yes. Those touching down at Carcassonne Salvaza Airport can take advantage of the car hire services offered upon their arrival.

  • Are there hotels close to Carcassonne Salvaza Airport?

    Yes. Carcassonne Salvaza Airport has hotels nearby for those requiring accommodations. beautiful villa with pool in Carcassonne is the closest property to Carcassonne Salvaza Airport (0.0 km away from Carcassonne Salvaza Airport).

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