Albi is a city located in the department of the Tarn. Its red bricks give to this town a softness and an atmosphere typical of the south west of France.
Our chauffeur can drive you to the Cathédrale Sainte Cécile, the only cathedral exclusively made of bricks. The Palais de la Berbie is worth a visit which is a sumptuous palace made for the bishops of the day and today hosts the museum Toulouse-Lautrec. You can also visit the cloister and church Saint-Salvi and wonder at the Vieil Alby (old Abli); or go to the “Pont-vieux” the oldest bridge of France built in 1040.