Travelers who visit Rocamadour rank the Basilique Saint Sauveur high on their list of must-visit attractions. One of the grandest and oldest churches of the commune, Basilique Saint Sauveur is a revered pilgrim site for many. The church is a 13th-Century construction boasts a gorgeous gray exterior, which is an unmissable landmark on Rue de la Couronnerie. The architecture of Basilique Saint Sauveur is inspired by the Gothic style but it does have some Romanesque nuances. Its ribbed vault is its most striking characteristic, along with the iconic tower that overlooks a deep, emerald valley. In the beginning of the 19th Century, Basilique Saint Sauveur was elevated to the stature of a basilica, today it is also a world-famous UNESCO Heritage site.