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Dordogne in October

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Just beginning to think about an October trip to France. The Dordogne is one of the regions we have not yet visited, but I'm wondering if October is too late in the year to see it at its best, or to go there at all.

If we do decide to go to that area, I'm thinking of taking a TGV to Angoulême and picking up a car. Possibly overnighting in Brantôme and visiting Bourdeilles before moving on to Sarlat for a 5-7 day stay. Of course, we're interested in the caves, and our other interests are scenery, history, art and architecture. We would then drop the car in Bordeaux and, after having a look at that city, take a TGV back to Paris.

I'd love to have input from all you Fodorites who are so knowledgeable about this area. Please tell me whether we should plan to do this. I'm looking for help here.

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