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Best Place to Visit in Dordogne by Public Transportation

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I am thinking about a short trip from Paris to somewhere in Dordogne region.
I know that you definitely need a car to visit the place but I stupidly did not bring my driver's licence so cannot hire a car.
I am trying to find a place that can be reached by public transportation that is worth visiting. Can anyone please recommend a place?

My initial thought is Bergerac and maybe add St.Emillion to it.
I want to visit Sarlat but this seems too complicated by train?

Any place else that would be nice for a 3 day visit? Please advise. Thank you!

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