From its fancy-sounding delicacies that make you sound worldly (even if you’re talking about entrails) to châteaux plucked out of fairy tales to neat rows of vineyards and a museum dedicated entirely to wine—cheers to you, La Cité du Vin—Bordeaux has mastered the art de vivre (art of living).
Why not venture a little east and uncover Dordogne, one of France’s most picturesque—and delicious—departments? Hike the Dordogne Valley, dotted with prehistoric caves. Canoe past quaint villages down Dordogne River. And cycle along routes lined with medieval castles. Don’t forget to stop for a little fuel: how do foie gras and black truffles sound?
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