Places of Interest



Another UNESCO World Heritage city is Albi with its two huge medieval buildings, The Saint-Cecile Cathedral that is the largest brick-built cathedral in the world and the Berbie Palace, the former fortified residence of the Albi Bishops and now the home of the Toulouse-Lautrec Museum with the largest public collection of the Lautrec’s artistic work.

Albi boasts more than 800,000 visitors every year, hardly surprising when you consider its history and all the wonderful restaurants and great shops to take in.

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