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Paris, the national capital, can be found 300 miles to the north of Tour-de-Faure.
Why not travel to Chateau de Najac? It's in Parisot, a nearby city merely 17 miles to the southeast of Tour-de-Faure.
Pack a picnic lunch and soak up the serenity of Padirac Cave, located 25 miles from Tour-de-Faure. Another option is Grottes de Cougnac, which is 25 miles away.
Don't forget to visit the Rignault Museum. Also think about Maison de la Fourdonne.
Pech Merle Cave and Marcilhac-sur-Cele Abbey are some notable attractions in Saint-Martin-Labouval, a destination 2 miles away. Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, yet another interesting place, contains Chateau de Cenevieres and the Musee Cuzals. This destination is 2 miles away.
To find Pont Valentre, Cahors Cathedral and Place Jean-Jacques Chapou, head west from Tour-de-Faure for 12 miles to Cahors. The Henri Martin Museum and the Museum of Resistance are also good options if you have time for more.
Trying popular cuisine is a rewarding way to delve into a region's culture.
Aligot (cheese and potato dish) and garbure (duck and cabbage soup) are common dishes for travellers and local diners alike.
The true essence of a place can be found not just within its landscape, but also in the cadences of its language. Picking up just a handful of day-to-day greetings and expressions in French will make your visit much more meaningful. Je ne comprends pas is French for I don't understand. You can also try Bonsoir (good evening).
The 14th of July is when everybody, old and young, will celebrate Bastille Day. You're sure to find plenty of special events and festivities if you're lucky enough to be here at that time.
At the end of your adventure in Tour-de-Faure, put the lens cap back on your camera, spend any leftover European euros and say a warm À plus tard to this special part of the world.
To catch your flight homeward, head toward the nearest airport, 60 miles to the south.
Our Tour-de-Faure hotels guide presently displays a small range of lodgings, so it's a good idea to check it out right away for the latest listings and deals.
Situated in Tour-de-Faure, this spa hotel is close to Pech Merle Cave. Area attractions also include Musee Cuzals.
Situated in a regional park, this hotel is in the same area as Pech Merle Cave, Musee Cuzals and Ferme Equestre Chez Valdine. Regional attractions also include Marcilhac-sur-Cele Abbey and Phosphatiere du Cloup d'Aural.
Situated in Cahors, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Les Docks, Pont Valentre and Cahors Cathedral. Place Jean-Jacques Chapou and Mount Saint-Cyr are also within 2 miles (3 km).
Situated in Cahors, this hotel is within 3 miles (5 km) of Cahors Cathedral, Place Jean-Jacques Chapou and Les Docks. Pont Valentre and Mount Saint-Cyr are also within 3 miles (5 km).
Situated in Figeac, this hotel is steps away from Office de Tourisme du Pays de Figeac, Hotel de la Monnaie and Church of Saint-Sauveur.
Situated in Cahors, this hotel is close to Pont Valentre, Cahors Cathedral and Les Docks. Local attractions also include Place Jean-Jacques Chapou and Mount Saint-Cyr.
Situated in Cahors, this hotel is steps away from Pont Valentre and Les Docks.
Situated in the city centre, this hotel is close to Pont Valentre, Les Docks and Cahors Cathedral. Also nearby are Place Jean-Jacques Chapou and Mount Saint-Cyr.