This is the perfect tour for people who like culture, heritage, and wines! This tour is a mix between a small city and the vineyards in the country!
Albi and Gaillac wines
You will discover Albi and its city, a newly declared World Heritage Site. The town’s building is Saint Cecilia cathedral, a masterpiece of Southern Gothic architecture built between the 13th and 15th centuries. It is characterized by a strong contrast between its austere exterior and sumptuous interior decoration. In the afternoon, you will enjoy wine tasting in a local vineyard.
The morning departure to Albi was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Among the town’s buildings is the Saint Cécilia cathedral, a masterpiece of Southern Gothic architecture, built between the 13th and the 15th centuries and characterized by a strong contrast between its austere, defensive exterior and its sumptuous interior decoration.
Lunch in a restaurant
In the afternoon, you will enjoy wine tasting in a local vineyard.
The history of Gaillac wines can be traced to the first vineyards planted by the Romans on the “vallée du tarn.”
During this tour, discover one medieval city and a local winery.
Albi has an exciting and long history that is worthy of note.
What level of physical activity should travelers expect? Easy walking in Albi and at the winery.
- Infant seats available
- Public transportation nearby
- Infants must not sit on laps
- Not suitable for pets
- Not stroller accessible
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Pick up from and train station, Airport, or port. Any point of pick up is accepted if around Carcassonne. Pick up in any hotels, bed & breakfast around Toulouse.
- Infant seats are available on demand 24 hours in advance, minimum.