#1 Ecomusee du la Truffe, Sorges
Located 30 mins North of Perigaux is self claimed truffle capital. Its museum unravels the black Perigord truffle. Relish yourself with pear & truffle jam, green tomato and truffle chutney. End your day with a walk along with Sentier des truffieres.
The roman town of Perigueux. A town where farmers flock to sell on Wednesday & Saturdays mornings. it gives you a chance to enjoy different food festivals around the year.
The perfect example which showcases the town made on hilltops during 13th century. Its old ramparts & architecture has still been preserved. It also showcases a 360 view of the Dordogne valley.
#4 Jardins de Marqueyssac
One of the finest ornamental gardens planted on the south of La Roque-Gageac in the 19th century. Roughly 150,000 vintage boxes trimmed twice a year by hand. Thousands of candles are lit on the footpath during the summer.
Located in South of Dordogne, this town is located an hour away from Bergerac was founded by King Edward I of England in 1284. Most of its Flaneurs present today in the medieval symmetry were built 500 yards long and 250 yards wide.
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