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Tourist Attractions in Dordogne, France

Beautiful places you should not miss in this French paradise.
Prerana Jamdarkhana Sep 7, 2019

Sarlat-la-Canéda

Ramble the medieval town adorned with picturesque architectural cathedrals and buildings. 
The markets of this beautiful town are most talked about. Try out the famous huge black Truffle along with chestnuts, walnuts and other local specialities.  

Lascaux

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the caves in Dordogne are covered in age-old paintings of animals. Lascaux is an essential place to visit.

Bergerac

Called as ‘The City of Art and History’, the city calls for a beautiful evening time alongside Dordogne River sipping the authentic wine.

Les Jardins de Marqueyssac

A walk amid thousands of trees carved out into amazing shapes- with rustic structures at the back is a must-to-do-thing in Dordogne.

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Beynac-et-Cazenac

The lovely village with Château de Beynac atop the limestone cliff is a major attraction spot amongst tourists.

Domme

This place should be on your list, for, the city is one of the enchanting French Valleys with caves, cliffs and market hall.

La Roque-Gageac

Included in the list of "The most beautiful villages of France" association, do not miss out on spending a day at this most photographed village in Dordogne.

Perigueux

The charming town is full of domes, turrets and museums. Visit the majestic Saint-Front Cathedral dominating the scenic skyline.

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Brantôme

Known as ‘Venice of the Dordogne', stroll around the town to stumble upon the iconic Abbey of Brantôme standing tall along the Dordogne River.

Monpazier

When ancient churches dot the town, how can you say no for a walk. In summers, the town attracts crowd for the famous cycling race.