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Like other reviewers this wasn't a whole day trip but was an interesting couple of hours. You are able to wander round the site with the aide of an English guide book, this isn't a place for those less able though as the walking is...More
I wouldn’t plan your whole day around here but very interesting, great views, helpful staff. We traveled about an hour&a 1/2 to get to there to be there for just over an hour. Nice journey to and from Rocamadour.
The staff were very welcoming and helpful and we were given a free guide. Entrance for 2 adults and 2 kids (13 & 10) was around €22. It is an interesting place showing how people lived in places carved out from the rock face but...More
Visited last week inJune arrived just after 10am as it is very hot here and best to go out in the morning before it got to over 30 degrees. 6 euros each and they give you a guide in the language of your choice. It...More
An amazing place to visit in a beautiful location. Amazing history and very well preserved, as other reviewers have said - the guidebook in English needs to be handed back at the end of the visit - apparently you can also download a copy off...More
Great little spot. Very informative with signs throughout plus a returnable guidebook. Not great on a rainy day- it's mostly outside and the path gets slippery when wet. I'm sure it's lovely on a nice day. Snacks and a pleasant restroom near the ticket counter.
It ok to know about history of man , how their life is . easy to get in . From the main road we try to find this place serveral time last day until the next morning we found it . The sign did not...More
Interesting collection of caves looking out over the river Vezere which have been occupied by Troglodytes since Neolithic times . A beautiful spot to spend a few hours exploring the history and letting the imagination run wild.
Those cave-men knew a thing or two -...More
My daughter and I arrived at opening time and had the whole place to ourselves for half an hour. It was beautiful and serene.
Although we were mainly interested in the prehistoric shelter (which there is no access to), we still thoroughly enjoyed walking around...More