What you need to know before traveling to Dordogne

The Dordogne Valley is home to many small villages and towns. It is from where you can visit Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil. Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil contains many fascinating caves. Spelunkers come to hotels in Dordogne to cave in the Grotte des Combarelles, the Abri du Cap Blanc and the Grotte de Font. Some visit the National Museum of Prehistory while others stay in Dordogne cheap hotels to see the bastide town of Domme.

If it takes more than a weekend, Dordogne can become expensive to some visitors. Try EasyToBook.com for ways to defray the overall costs offering discount hotels. Dordogne can then be part of a vacation that includes the medieval town of Bourdeilles with its narrow Gothic bridge, medieval chapel and mill. You can also visit Sarlat-la-Caneda. This town has a high concentration of homes in various styles from medieval to Renaissance to 17th century. There is a conical tower, the Lantern of the Dead in the local cemetery. It Hautefort, the massive château is partially fortified. At St. Jean-de-Côle, you can admire the medieval hump-backed bridge, the narrow streets and the 12th century church.


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