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Cheap Flights to Carcassonne

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When to fly

Peak Season:

April to September is peak season in this medieval city. It is during this time that most tourists and those with second homes in the area visit. Carcassonne’s atmosphere comes alive from June to August as these months host the Carcassonne Festival. Book flights to Carcassonne during these months for this unmissable event, which features a vast programme of around 100 concerts and shows such as theatre, circus, dance, jazz, opera and classical music. Many renowned artists such as Diana Ross, Artic Monkeys and Bob Dylan have taken to the stage at Carcassonne festival over the years.

Off Season:

If you are looking for a cheap flight to Carcassonne, October to March is the low season. However, whilst cheap flights to Carcassonne are available during this time, some attractions have shorter opening hours during these months.

City overview

The French city of Carcassonne, situated in the Languedoc region, is widely known as a fortified city on the north bank of the River Aude. All turrets, towers and ramparts, the historic Carcassonne is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and even features its own basilica, the Basilica of St-Nazaire. Take a flight to Carcassonne to discover Europe’s largest medieval town, with walls entirely intact after it was completely restored by Eugène Viollet-le-Duc in the late 19th century. Carcassonne’s “lower” town, however, is more modern and features charming streets that play host to entertainers, gift shops, restaurants, tapestry galleries and outdoor cafes.

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

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Carcassonne climate

The Languedoc region is blessed with a Mediterranean climate – hot, dry weather from June to August with rain setting in from December through February. Book a flight to Carcassonne to experience some of the 300 sunny days a year that the area typically experiences.

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Getting around Carcassonne

Carcassonne’s medieval city is small enough that you can easily walk around. But to see 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 gives you unlimited rides on the entire transport system.

Getting downtown from the airport

The Carcassone Salvaza Airport (CCF) is just 2 miles (3 km) from the city. There is an airport shuttle that takes in several points around the area including the Medieval City and town centre. There are also taxis available at the airport terminal. Many visitors choose to rent a car and there are several car rental companies represented at the airport.

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