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6 Reasons to Visit Périgueux, France

Within the compact boundaries of this capital city of the Dordogne Department, you can time-travel from Gallo-Roman times through the Middle Ages and on to the Renaissance era all in one day and all on foot--just stop at the Tourist Office to pick up the illustrated walking-tour map of the town (in English) and start your stroll through 17 centuries of history. Open-air marchés, dozens of gourmet shops and a roster of excellent restaurants make the city a hard-to-beat gastronomic experience.
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