Bergerac

Bergerac is a medium-sized city, located on the shore of the Dordogne. This river divides the city in two, the Northernmost part being the largest. The South is mostly made up of industry, larger shopping centers, and the airport.

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Bordeaux

Bordeaux is an amazing city you should absolutely visit. In the 90’s, a lot of maintenance took place, the results of which you can now see all over. Visit the beautiful historical buildings and the city’s many squares, such as the Place de la Bourse, Place des Quicninces, and the Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux.

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Libourne

Located next to Saint-Émilion, you will its wine-wise equal, Libourne. It is a city of business, where some maintenance is long overdue. And yet, Libourne is still a nice place to pay a visit on market days (Tuesday, Friday and Sunday) on the great square in the center (the Place Abel Surchamp), as well as on the square in front of the Lycée Max Linder, where the terrace of bar L’Orient is a great place to hang out in the summer.

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Périgueux

Périgueux is an old Roman city, the modern day capital of the Dordogne department. A lovely town with loads of romantic midieval streets and squares. It has a lot to offer; nice restaurants, cosy terraces and small shops, but also some beautiful historical sites that are worth visiting.

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