Follow a small group scheduled tour that will take you to the most significant sites that are linked with palaeolithic art of the Dordogne. The tour will include the visit of the National Prehistory Museum that houses the largest collection of palaeolithic artefacts in the world. Then discover Lascaux IV cave, a perfect reproduction of Lascaux, in which you will contemplate the paintings that can be seen in the original cave. Finally, admire the original engravings and drawings of Rouffignac cave coined the cave of 100 mammoths as the animal is here the most represented out of all the palaeolithic caves that can be visited.
• 9 hours