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This incredibly imposing collection of buildings clinging desperately to the side of the cliff is a tourists delight, as well as a pilgrims stopping point. The cathedral is an intruiging builidng in it's own right, with the Madonna's church being dedicated to miracles at sea?????...More
The village and the church look great from across the gorge. The fact that they are built onto the cliff is impressive.entry is free.
If you have a car then it's worth a quick trip, but beware of the narrow road, very tight turns and...More
What a place to explore! We loved it. The tacky tourist shops in the street below are soon forgotten when you visit the church perched on the rocks. There are many chapels to explore, and there is a serenity that washes over you. The black...More
We wondered, why someone built this town. However the reason, thank you cause it's amazing to see a town in the rocks. Rocamadour attracts may religious visitors. We were there in Aug, plenty of people everywhere . Get ready to walk or pay to get...More
Rocamadour is quite scary to enter by car, the parking is free and very good, a little train will take you up to the old town.Stunning views a lot of history. It was so hot we did not walk to the very top. Rather touristy...More
This was our last stop on our driving loop exploring Eastern Dordogne villages. We arrived in the early evening hours and parked at the top of the village by the Chateau. Because it was the end of the day, most tours had departed and there...More
You can avoid the steps, but it is all part of the experience. We parked at the bottom where it was free - it is a very busy car park, but it doesn't take that long for a space to become free as people come...More
Wonderful village on many levels. Free car park at the top, pay for the elevator and have a steady stroll down the many levels taking in the historic chapels on your decent. Lunch on the Main Street and a lift back up to top. Great...More
Park at the top It is free at the far end although not signposted as such. There are largish cafes here. There is a lift and cable car of sorts which runs very regularly but this is chargable. Not particularly cheap as I... More
Park at the top It is free at the far end although not signposted as such. There are largish cafes here. There is a lift and cable car of sorts which runs very regularly but this is chargable. Not particularly cheap as I recall. The cable car is on a balanced slide cable car within the the mountain but is well lit and connects to the mid level, where the Churches are. The lift serves the Tat and cafe level at the base. Wheelchair access is possible on the ramps from the top as well but it is steep although there are little shrines at almost every bend which are worth a look. We walked down and got the lifts up. Some of the streets are a little rough as I remember and access to at least one of the Churhes at mid level was not particularly wheelchair friendly as I recall, but there might be special provision. Hope this helps