"The Rough Guide to the Dordogne and the Lot" is the ultimate handbook for discovering the region, from its spectacular limestone caves to the fairytale chateau of Najac. You can discover walks and cycle trails to ancient cliffs and peaceful riverbanks, and stop off at world-famous vineyards. Foodies will enjoy a full-colour section on A taste of Perigord, sharing the best of the region's world-renowned cuisine, while readers are directed to the finest restaurants and water-side cafes, not to mention festivals and local markets. Whether you're looking for the best campsites or the most stylish hotels, you can rely on accommodation suggestions for every budget and taste. You'll find practical advice on travelling around the region, from boat tours to rail services, relying on the clearest maps of any guide. You can explore all corners of this region with authoritative background information on everything from the region's varied landscapes and wildlife to its fascinating history and cultural heritage. You can make the most of your holiday with "The Rough Guide to the Dordogne and the Lot". 
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