Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report Greenland from the Air trip report, photo gallery
  2. 2 Planning Advice!
  3. 3 Driving Vespa's in Florence
  4. 4 Paris Looses $846 Million in Tourism
  5. 5 How to divide 4 weeks of lakes and mountains with kids in Italy?
  6. 6 Wine Harvest in Italy 2016 - when?
  7. 7 Trip Report A very late conclusion to Solo Christmas/December trip - Paris
  8. 8 Trip Report Our European adventures
  9. 9 Age requirement for hotels in Europe
  10. 10 Trip Report Crete (and Santorini ) Trip Report
  11. 11 Scotland November 2015
  12. 12 1 day trip from Nice
  13. 13 Norway holiday locations
  14. 14 NORMANDY TRIPS (+ Madrid)
  15. 15 Iphone Charger in a Car in Europe?
  16. 16 Help with itinerary
  17. 17 Banks Mansion Amsterdam hotel
  18. 18 Calling Flamenco fans including Kimhe
  19. 19 How to spend a glorious week in Switzerland?
  20. 20 Day Trip to Santa Margarhertia Ligure, Portofino, and Camogli
  21. 21 To Varenna from Milan Malpensa: By car or by train?
  22. 22 Seeking suggestions: Bavaria, Austria, Prague Trip in Fall
  23. 23 Spring Spain Itinerary
  24. 24 Northern Italy in mid-October
  25. 25 Bellagio Accomodations in October
View next 25 » Back to the top

Dordogne in June - TWO bases?

Jump to last reply

We're planning a 2 week trip in June, with 4 days in Paris and the rest in the Dordogne. I think Sarlat would be a good base for us, but wonder about spending 5 or 6 nghts there and 4 or 5 nights..... somewhere else, where it's easier to see other towns.

I've seen suggestions for Albi (not strictly in the Dordogne, right?), Beynac, St-Cyprien.... What might be a good second base? Or should we stay the whole 10 days in Sarlat?

I'm thinking we'll fly into Paris, train to somewhere to get a car. We'll train back to Paris and spend our last 4 nights there, so we don't have to worry about driving far the day we need to catch a plane (been there, done that).

Thanks as always,
Alice

46 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement