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Traveling in Dordogne (Sarlat) and Normandy areas

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My daughters will be traveling to France in May and plan to spend a week in Paris.

After that, they would like to go to Normandy to see the d-day beaches, etc., and do a day trip to Mont St. Michel.

They also want to travel to Sarlat/Dordogne area to see the caves and castles.

Will they need a rental car in Normandy and Sarlat to get around? I would hate to see them get to their destinations, but once there, not be able to get around. Is their public transportation in these towns that they can use to get to even some of the sights?

Can they easily get from Normandy to Mont St. Michel?

How difficult is coordinating the train from Paris to Bordeaux, and once in Bordeaux, is there a bus that goes to Sarlat?

Any input is appreciated.

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