Undiscovered France: Featuring Albi, Toulouse & Carcassonne

September 7-15, 2021

No Single Supplement For Solo Travelers!

Celebrate the soul of France on a seven-night stay in Albi, a warren of half-timbered homes and cobbled lanes. During daily excursions, we’ll explore the region’s treasures, ancient villages and glorious landmarks. Learn about Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, a beloved 19th-century painter and enjoy a visit to the Musée Toulouse-Lautrec. Cruise along the Tarn River on a gabare, a traditional flat-bottomed boat, and encounter Montauban and its trove of pretty architecture. Lose yourself in the warmth of Toulouse, reveling in a cityscape of pink stone landmarks, a vast plaza and the glorious St. Sernin Basilica. Embrace quaint Castres, witness the beautiful walled city of Carcassonne and glide along the Canal du Midi, a centuries-old engineering marvel. Plus, meet the owners of a family-run dairy farm, visit a local winery and delight in a lunch of homegrown flavors on a family farm. Relax each evening in first-class accommodations, gain insight from local experts, and enjoy an extensive meal plan including wine with dinner. No single supplement for solo travelers!

Questions? Contact Donna Coggins via email at travel@wm.edu or call 757-221-1165.

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