Dordogne is both an alliance of wonderful cities with villages of a rare beauty so that tourists do not get tired of exploring it. Certainly, it is a gastronomic destination, but it is also a real treasure with its castles, gardens and caves. It subsequently wreaks havoc in terms of visists in New Aquitaine, citing only Lascaux.
The cave of Lascaux is indeed a sign of the prehistoric life where you can contemplate paintings realized by the Cro-Magnons. Although the Montignac-Lascaux International Center for Parietal Art currently does not have a visit to the original version, it has a replica to reassure the 1,550 visitors every day in search of such a jewel.
This is not the only place where prehistoric men have left their fingerprints. There is also the roque de Saint-Christophe, a proof of the geological traces that the Neanderthal who used it as a refuge until the rebirth. This will be the opportunity to discover the structure of the city and its evolution inside a hollow cliff (90 m underground and 800 m long).