Direct flights from London to Pau are provided by Air France, with a flight time of just over two hours. A number of other airlines offer longer flights involving stopovers. It is best to compare options online to find the deal that suits you. The flight may depart from either Heathrow or London City Airport. Both are well served by public transport, with a range of buses and trains avaliable. You can also take the London Underground to Heathrow. Taxis usually cost £40 - £80, with the price depending on the airport and the area from which you are travelling. The recommended check in time is two hours before departure.Pau Airport lies about six miles from the town. A bus (line 20) runs hourly to the town centre from 7am until 7pm, but not on Sundays or public holidays. The cost is just one Euro (about 85p) and the journey takes about 30 minutes. A taxi costs about 25 Euros (roughly £21) and takes about 15 minutes.
To travel between London and Pau at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Pau flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Pau flights by departure date.
This fine castle, situated on a hill near the town centre is the birthplace of King Henri IV of France. It is now a museum with exhibits illustrating 800 years of history, among them a beautiful collection of tapestries. Guided tours leave every 15 minutes and cost 5 Euros (about £4.25).2 Boulevard des Pyrenees
Stretching from the Chateau de Pau to the Parc du Beaumont, this boulevard forms a terrace that skirts the town centre and gives stunning views over colourful gardens and forests to the Pyrenees beyond. The twin summits of the Pic du Midi d'Ossau are particularly prominent. It is the ideal place for an evening stroll.3 Funicular Railway
Opened in 1908, this quaint old railway conveys passengers from the main station up a forested hillside to the Boulevard des Pyrenees. It runs from 6:15am until 9:00pm from Monday to Saturday and is free.4 Pau-Pyrenees White Water Stadium
Enjoy exciting water sports, including canoeing, kayaking, rafting and hydrospeed at this water sports complex. There are four river courses with different levels of difficulty as well as an area for beginners. The centre is open daily from 10am until 7pm. Prices vary according to activities.5 The Pyrenees
The town is an excellent centre from which to explore this fine mountain range. The area is quieter than the Alps and has generally better weather. You can enjoy trekking, scrambling, rock climbing or low-level walks in the beautiful Aspe and Ossau valleys, all just an hour or two from the town centre.