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Would you choose Dordogne or Provence with kids (4 & 9 years)

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Though this is my first post I would like to start to saying thank you for sharing your knowledge. This forum has answered most of my questions before I needed to ask them myself and it has also provided hours of laughs (you have to love those trolls!)

For background, we are from Western Australia and will be spending a year in England (Sussex) and summer in Europe in 2014. We will use trains to get from A-B and then hire a car when necessary. We have much of the itinerary nutted out but we are doing the fine tuning now starting with France.

We will have 7 nights in either Provence or Dordogne (with a car) followed by 5 nights in Paris before moving on to Switzerland (Lauterbrunnen 6n), Bavaria(3), Salzburg (5n), Slovenia (5n), Croatia (Istria 6 n), Venice (3n), Tuscany (7n) and Rome (4n).

So our question is this, considering the other areas wide will also be traveling to would you visit Dordogne or Provence for our countryside stay in France.

Many thanks in anticipation.

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