Insider's Guide to Toulouse

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Albi

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

The red brick town of Albi is synonymous with the famous artist who was born here in 1864, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. This makes the town's Toulouse-Lautrec ...  Read more

Fronton Wine Region

Fronton isn't simply yet another French wine region; far from being ordinary, it’s considered to be one of the oldest wine productions in the country, having ...  Read more

St Sernin Basilica

The ancient Romanesque beauty that is the St Sernin Basilica was once an abbey church dating back to about 1190. In fact, the basilica is the most complete ...  Read more

Toulouse-Lautrec Museum

The Albi Cathedral, with its fortress-like Palais de la Berbie, brings architecture fans and Cathar history buffs to this small town in southwestern France. ...  Read more

Lourdes

4 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

At even the most famous sites in France, the first thing that strikes visitors (to areas other than Paris) is just how small every other town is. With the ...  Read more

Garonne River

1 star rating: I do not recommend this 2 Reviews

The Garonne River starts in the Aran Valley in Spain, way up in the Pyrenees, and then heads north until it meets the Atlantic near Bordeaux. Although this ...  Read more

Albi Cathedral

The Basilique Cathédrale Sainte-Cécile d'Albi, commonly known in English as the Albi Cathedral, looks quite a bit different than most of the ...  Read more

Cabardès Wine Region

While not the most famous nor the most popular wine appellation in southern France, Cabardès is not one to be overlooked either. Huddled in the arid ...  Read more

Canal du Midi

The 150-mile long Canal du Midi begins at the Garonne River in Aquitaine, which flows from the Pyrenees to the Atlantic Ocean and ends at the Mediterranean Sea ...  Read more

Carcassonne

Although some form of fortification has been on this specific tract of land since the Roman era, the fortified city of Carcassonne as it is seen today was ...  Read more

Château Plaisance Winery

Although Château Plaisance now sells over 150,000 bottles around the world, it started out as a small family production back in the 1870s. Louis ...  Read more

Lastours

Due north of Carcassonne, just a little over two hours away from Toulouse, are the Lastours Castles (Châteaux de Lastours). Not much more than ruins now, ...  Read more

Les Abattoirs Museum

A former slaughterhouse has been given a much more positive lease on life at the Les Abattoirs Museum, now a contemporary art showcase for Toulouse and the ...  Read more

Montagne Noire

Part of the Haut-Languedoc regional park and the southwestern tip of Massif Central, Montagne Noire is a mountain range that overlaps four French departments: ...  Read more

Musée des Augustins

Housed in a former Augustine monastery, the extensive Musée des Augustins collection brings together paintings and sculptures from the medieval era ...  Read more

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