Departure from Cahors
Daily except 25 December and 1 January
Cahors was the capital of the ancient Cadurci tribe; later occupied by Visigoths and Moorish invaders, it became a well-known financial centre in the 13th century. Important landmarks include the Valentré Bridge, Saint- Étienne Cathedral and the old medieval city densely packed with timber-fronted houses and galleried mansions built by the city’s medieval merchants.
- Pick up and return at hotel in city centre
- Services of a licensed guide
- 2 hour tour
- Entrance fees to monuments, museums, attractions
- Meals and drinks