Situated in Occitania, in the Tarn department, Albi remains a must-see Episcopal city today.
When staying in an Albi hotel, you will discover the thousand and one treasures of the town's heritage. It includes the cathedral of Sainte-Cécile and the former palace of the bishops which was also called Palace of the Berbie (bishops in Occitan). The Cathedral of Saint-Cécile in Albi, which is brick built, is the largest in the world. It is also the largest brick-built cathedral in Europe. It has 18,500 sqm of frescoes, an impressive collection of statues, sculptures, paintings, and an organ of exceptional size decorated with the finest materials in France. Classified as a historic monument in 1862, the palace of the Albi Bishops is one of the oldest castles in France. A visit to this palace allows you to discover large stately rooms, medieval vaulted rooms, painted ceilings, a chapel, the Toulouse-Lautrec museum ... In Albi, discover the gardens of the Palais, the old d'armes place (replaced by a garden), the collegiate church of Saint-Salvi as some of the most unique sites. As for Pont-vieux, it gives access to stunning panoramas between the two banks of the Tarn. Choose a beautiful Albi hotel, and enjoy spectacular views such as the Tarn opposite the Episcopal City.