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Stunning architecture, awesome history

The road to Rocamadour follows twisting valleys and streams and in several places there are clear... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2018
garynF2354ES
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Perth, Australia
Beatiful place !

It is an amazing place to visit as so many kings and queens have done in the past ! A famous... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2017
Jonathan N
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Aurillac, France
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Reviewed 5 July 2018

It is assumed that a relics of a bishop or a hermit lived in 3-5 century are placed in the crypt of Basilique Saint Sauveur built about 800 years later and extended during Renaissance. But is seems that the highlight is the medieval architecture combined...More

Thank mendi62
Reviewed 11 April 2018

The road to Rocamadour follows twisting valleys and streams and in several places there are clear signs of old and more modern cliff and cave dwellings. Doors and windows which penetrate the rock face tell us that the Cathars once depended on these caves for...More

Thank garynF2354ES
Reviewed 30 August 2017

It is an amazing place to visit as so many kings and queens have done in the past ! A famous pilgrimage in the medieval times. Moving and beautiful !

Thank Jonathan N
Reviewed 4 August 2017 via mobile

The basilica was lovely. We approached from above, having walked from P2 at the top. I would recommend arriving before 10. It was fairly quiet when we arrived - but became busy very quickly. There is 11 am mass. The black madonna is located in...More

Thank Mid-Kate
Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

A real eye opener, after a few hours wandering around the town, the chapels, black Madonna, I found it all very interesting, well worth the climb and a must if in the area

Thank Del C
Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

It is well worth the walk to the Chapel to visit. The architecture is beautiful and just amazing how it is built into the rock wall. We were treated to the chiming of bells while we were there and made the visit even more special.

Thank TravelFanaticDD
Reviewed 29 March 2017

The Basilica is gorgeous. First, it is a wonder because the structure is built in the rock face. It is an experience worth the drive and walk to visit.

Thank phantidae
Reviewed 6 December 2016

We went here to see the Black Madonna and Christ Child of Rocamadour which were very impressive and were lucky enough to visit during one of their regular services - it was the highlight of our trip.

Thank Narziss
Reviewed 16 November 2016

The Basilique is a must see, in fact, take your time to see the chapels and just be there for a while. Walk up to the castle, this is an interesting short walk. You will see 14 Stations of the Cross, also chapels in the...More

1  Thank NouvelleMexique
Reviewed 30 October 2016

The church is architecturally stunning since it is built into a rock face. It also has a black Madonna as well as several other interesting areas. The views are excellent.

Thank realbigbear
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