33 rue de la Chaine, Place des Tiercerettes, Rue De La Decouverte, , 2 rue Dieudonne Costes, , 5 Place Alfonse Jourdain, , 39 avenue du General de Gaulle, , 16 boulevard de Bonrepos, 1 Aeroport, Le Village - Grand'Rue, Giroussens, 4 rue Maurice Hurel, ZAC de la Grande Plaine, 342 rue de la Decouverte, 81 boulevard Gabriel Koenigs, , 29 Allees Jean Jaures, , 2 rue Raymond Grimaud, , 17 rue Croix Baragnon, , 3 route de Saint Simon, , 2 avenue Didier Daurat, , 14 Place Victor Hugo, 7 Place du Capitole, , 42 boulevard Lazare Carnot, , 4 Esplanade Francois Mitterrand, , 1 rue du Pole, , 10 rue Raynaud, , 7 rue Lucien Servanty, , 2 allee Antoine Osete, , Chemin des Etroits, Route de Lacroix Falgarde, 50 rue Matabiau, , 1 rue Jean Viollis, 5 avenue des Cretes, , 10 rue Rivals, , 23 rue de Bayard, , Avenue Saint Caprais de Cantemerle, route D'Albi - Rn 8, Rue Maurice Hurel, , 17 rue Baque, 2 rue Claire Pauilhac, , 1 rue Boudeville, Portet sur Garonne, 1 Place du Capitole, , 5 route de Narbonne, , 15 rue Charles Lindberg, rue saint Jerome - Pour GPS : 1 rue Paul Meriel, , Toulouse, France
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Stop At: Tourist Office of Albi, 42 rue Maries, 81000, Albi France
In the morning we depart for the city of Albi, a newly declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Among the buildings of the town is the Saint Cecilia cathedral, a masterpiece of Southern Gothic architecture, built between the 13th and 15th centuries characterised by a strong contrast between its austere, defensive exterior and its sumptuous interior decoration.
Lunch in a restaurant.
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Halle de Cordes-sur-Ciel, Centre de la Ville, Cordes-sur-Ciel France
In the afternoon, we visit Cordes sur Ciel. The steep ascent transports you back to medieval times, past the porches, battlements, sculpted facades of the Grand Ecuyer and the Grand Veneur and the splendid 18th century Gothic mansions that belonged to wealthy traders. The narrow winding alleyways up to city are also peppered with galleries and craft shops. Painters, writers, ceramicists, sculptors and jewellers were drawn to this inspiring place many years ago and the tradition continues. On misty mornings, Cordes sur ciel truly lives up to its name as it seems to float in the sky.
Duration: 2 hours
Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
Not wheelchair accessible.
Near public transportation.
Infant seats available.
Most travelers can participate.
This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate