Accessible from the cathedral's choir, the badly damaged cloître, is in the Flamboyant Gothic style of the early 16th century.
Similar in style to the Cathédrale St-Front in Périgueux, the airy nave of Cahors' Romanesque cathedral, consecrated in 1119, is topped...
Near the Cathédrale St-Étienne, the 1997-installed clock looks like something out of Tim Burton's sketchbook.
The city's main covered market is usually just referred to as Les Halles. There's an open-air market on Wednesday and Saturday mornings...
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Lonely Planet review
Cahors' most avant-garde cuisine is served at this surprisingly urbane bistro. Puce-and-cream armchairs and razor-edge wood set the designer tone, and the menu dabbles in French-meets-fusion flavours, such as satay tuna, and roast beef in soy marinade.