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Religious interest, historical, beautiful architecture, and spectacular views
too crowded after 10am, especially in high season
In a nutshell
The restaurant is mainly sited on the terrace outside of the Hotel Sainte-Marie. The food was of good quality and the price not above what we expected in a tourist trap given the town and the stupendous view while dining on the terrace. It was not high season yet. Maybe they raise the prices later in the season.
Favorite Dish: Local dishes and local wine.
Written May 20, 2009
Address: Terrace off the Pl. Senhals
In the central street , 'rue de la cremerie' , a short text describes the daily life condition in this spot .
Feel free to check out the photo with the french text
Written Nov 6, 2005
We arrived by car at Rocamadour, and what do we find..........
No where to park the car. The narrow street's are full of Car's parked on the roadside, and stretch for quite a long way. We parked the car along with the many others.
What we didn't know then, was there is a large carpark on top of the hill at the Chateau.
Park the car there, then walk down the hill and catch the elevator back up the hill, [or walk]
If you park on the road edge, where we had to, down the bottom of the hill, then you need to walk up the hill to catch the elevator. Not the best for elderly or people with leg problem's!
Another option is the Petit Train that leaves from the valley and takes you to the medieval village. It does a return trip every 15 minutes.
Please check the website for details, as it doesn't begin until 10am, so before that, you will have to walk.
FARE IN 2011/2012 .....Adult 3.50....Child 2 euros a return trip.
Updated Dec 9, 2011