Lodged inside the Palais de la Berbie (built in the early Middle Ages for the town's archbishop), this wonderful museum offers an...
A delicate canons' church with a lovely 13th-century cloister whose columns are decorated with Gothic and Romanesque flourishes.
Resembling a castle more than a cathedral, this grand edifice in orange brick rises above Vieil Albi like an apparition. Its defensive...
Au Moulin à Café
This romantic tea place in a late-19th-century building is part salon de thé and part gift shop selling fancy tea wares. Infusions are...
Duck three ways and (of course) foie gras dominate a fowl-heavy and good-value menu, alongside regional favourite cassoulet and salads...
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Covered Market information
Albi's triangular turn-of-the-century covered market is a delight, built by the celebrated architect Thierry Bourdois and engineer André Michelin between 1901 and 1905. Behind its steel-and-brick facade you'll find a wealth of local producers.