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We are planning a trip to Europe, and 5 of our days will be in the Dordogne region. I know we will need a car to explore this region. We will be taking the train from Paris to somewhere close to the Dordogne where we can rent a car. When we leave the Dordogne region we will be heading to Switzerland, again by train. Can anyone suggest where to pick up/ drop off a rental car?
We plan to stay in Sarlat, unless anyone can suggest a better town to use as a base?
(This will be a Sept. trip)
Thanks for any ideas.......

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