Café de la Place
Musée d'Art et d'Archéologie du Périgord
The city's museum offers a mixed bag of exhibits: fine Roman mosaics, prehistoric scrimshaw, medieval stonework from the Cathédrale...
Maison du Pâtissier
Le Clos St-Front
Set inside a 16th-century hôtel particulier, this well-respected restaurant is run by Patrick Feuga, who's known for his creative...
Lonely Planet review
You simply couldn't hope to find a more Gallic spot. All the classic cafe trappings are present and correct – spinning fans, shiny brass fittings, burnished wooden bar – and there's nowhere better in town for people watching over a petit café . The food isn't starry, but it's fine for a quick steak-frîtes or tarte aux pommes .