Lascaux Cave UNESCO World Heritage

Bordeaux

Lascaux Cave UNESCO World Heritage

Discover the Lascaux Cave UNESCO world heritage which is one of the major site in Europe of the prehistorical time.

The paintings represent primarily large animals, typical local and contemporary fauna that correspond with the fossil record of the Upper Paleolithic time. The drawings are the combined effort of many generations, and with continued debate, the age of the paintings is estimated at around 17,000 years.
While in the Bordeaux area, take the opportunity to visit the prehistoric caves of Lascaux. Our private driver will take you to the discovery of a unique prehistoric site which testifies to the superior intelligence of Man. You will see paintings, sculptures and engravings thousands of years old. Far from being common doodles, these are amazing works of art made by creative and talented craftsmen. These remains found in the caves of Dordogne are very detailed and realistic. Shadow, 3D, realism, the drawing techniques and the surfaces used are clearly mastered. Some of these techniques have temporarily disappeared only to reappear a few centuries later. Let your driver take you there in total comfort and enjoy the site at your own rhythm.

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