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Cloitre de la Collegiale Saint Salvy

Rue Maries, Albi, France
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Interesting cloister

We just happened upon this lovely smaller cathedral for nuns. We enjoyed this as it was more... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Pat L
Off the bitten path

A quiet oasis in the middle of a mercantile area. A gathering spot for locals who want a nice quiet... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Micheline C
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Rue Maries, Albi, France
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We just happened upon this lovely smaller cathedral for nuns. We enjoyed this as it was more intimate than the huge cathedral nearby.

Thank Pat L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A quiet oasis in the middle of a mercantile area. A gathering spot for locals who want a nice quiet respite in the middle of the day. Lovely spot really.

Thank Micheline C
Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

Lovely old small cloisters . Beautifully planted with access from two streets. Quiet break from busy streets. Well worth the visit.

Thank Vsm09
Reviewed 6 November 2016

We were in Toulouse in last Christmas and visited this place. This appeared to me the best appealing Cathedral I had ever seen. We reached here on our Day 5. by train. We took 09-15am train and reached at Albi Ville station at 10 -25am....More

1  Thank DPMALLIC
Reviewed 29 October 2016

Free entry and does not close for lunch. Small cloisters hidden off city centre streets with some lovely old dwellings inside. Follow the path round to the small square and see the church from the rear and the small houses tucked into the square. Small...More

2  Thank JonBunston
Reviewed 19 October 2016

Albi is absolutely not a stressful frantic place, but if you are feeling a bit tired after exploring the interesting medieval streets and alleyways, this is a good place to come and relax. The church itself is interesting, not least because of the extraordinary mix...More

Thank ninianom
Reviewed 19 September 2016

The most beautiful cloister, off a street in Albi, easily missed if you don't know about it Magnificent architecture and lovely, well-tended flower beds.

Thank wendyanddavid536
Reviewed 18 September 2016

Well worth stopping for a short visit along with the Collegiate Saint Salvy church. The church and cloisters are attached and it is a peaceful interlude from the crowds outside. In the garden are the flowers and unusually, vegetables which was a really pleasant change....More

Thank Anthony S
Reviewed 18 September 2016

In Albi it is easy to be over awed by brutality of the Cathedral and miss this rather more interesting church and the surviving part of its cloister. A cool, peaceful oasis in the bustling town. It is worth walking through the cloister, and turning...More

Thank David K
Reviewed 17 September 2016

We visited because the host of our B&B marked it out on the map and it is close to the Cathedral and the museum. It is rather small as cloisters go. Though it is not impressive, it does illicit a feeling of peacefulness.

Thank HobbitBrandybuck
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