Direct flights between London and La Rochelle take just under an hour and a half. A flight is available with airlines such as Ryanair departing from Stansted airport and easyJet departing from Gatwick airport. A few indirect flights between London and La Rochelle are also available with airlines including British Airways and Virgin Atlantic. These flights stopover at cities such as Southampton, Paris and Manchester. These stopovers can lengthen your overall travel time by adding a couple of hours up to 20 hours to your flight. These flights can also tend to be more expensive than direct ones. The best place to find a cheap flight from London to La Rochelle is online. Both Gatwick and Stansted are easily accessible via train, bus and taxi. Upon your arrival in this French city, the easiest way into the centre is by taxi, however there is a shuttle service too conducting transfers to the city, taking 15 minutes to reach the centre.
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This lantern tower was constructed in the 15th century and it was turned into a prison two centuries later. It is the only medieval lighthouse left on the Atlantic coast and is host to many examples of graffiti from the middle ages, left by prisoners and pirates held captive there.2 Hôtel de Ville
This grand building dates back to the 12th century and was once used as the town hall. It is protected by a massive wall built in the 15th century and boasts a renaissance pavilion in the courtyard.3 The Aquarium
With over 10,000 species of fish from the Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean and the tropics, this aquarium is a marine voyage like no other. A 365 degree tunnel walks under more than 65 large tanks, each filled with an exciting new species from jellyfish to sharks as well as a collection of turtles.4 City Market
At this market, holidaymakers can sample fresh produce exported from this town every week and speak with the friendly locals. Be prepared to taste many of the dishes being served. You can also enjoy shopping here too, anything from clothing to flowers can be bought at this market.5 Saint Nicholas Tower
Residing near the harbour on the south bank, this pentagonal shaped tower became a French royal port in the 1300s after the city gained its independence from British rule. It is the biggest of the three towers in this city.