Visit Figeac, the birthplace of Jean-Francois Champollion, translator of the Rosetta Stone. There is a lot to explore along the Lot and Cele Rivers, and often times the best way to do such exploring is by canoe, boat, or kayak. People who explore the rivers by such methods have the luxury of stopping off at historic towns like Marcilhac su Cele or Saint-Cirq-Lapopie the old fashioned way.
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Rudy samples the best Bordeaux wine, and then cruises the lovely Dordogne and Lot Rivers, with stops at chateaux, ancient windmills, and perched villages. He also attends cooking classes, and embarks on an underground adventure to view prehistoric cave paintings.Watch Now >>