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Prehistoric Caves, Dordogne, France

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We are able to stay in Montignac (or Sarlat) for one night only in October. We are coming from Bordeaux (about 2 hours?) and will be going to Loire Valley the next day (4-5 hours).

Is it possible to visit the Font du Gaume caves on the morning we arrive (if we leave Bordeaux early)?

How long does it take to visit this cave?

Would we be able to visit Lascaux II the next morning before we leave (how long does it take)?

Or shoud we cut short our 3 days in Bordeaux to 2 days and spend 2 nights in Montignac?

We would be very grateful for any tips regards this plan please as we are a bit confused with the possibilities!

Thank you


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