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Dordogne GPS needed??

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We will be in the Dordogne - based in Sarlat - for 6 days, and will have a rental car. I have read on these forums references to a GPS being useful. We will only have the car for about a week, and we do not own a GPS. Is it really something we will need, or are there maps/road signs that can help us find our way to the surrounding towns? Would love to have some input on this.

(Also, a shout-out to St. Cirq.....15 or more years ago when I was planning a hopeful trip to France, I was introduced to the Dordogne through your wonderful input on the AOL Travel forums. Unfortunately, that trip never happened, but I have kept the Dordogne spark in my mind all this time. And now, finally, I am actually going there. I have a stack of your responses re: the Dordogne that I have kept all these years.....and was happy to see you so present on these forums. So, thank you thank you!)

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