The Midi-Pyrenees and Languedoc-Roussillon

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  • 1. Musée d'Art Moderne


    Some of the town landscapes captured in paintings by Picasso, Gris, Dufy, Braque, Chagall, Masson, and others are on view in this fine museum. ...Read More

  • 2. Musée Toulouse-Lautrec


    In a garden designed by the renowned André Le Nôtre, creator of the "green geometries" at Versailles, the landmark Palais de la Berbie (Berbie...Read More

  • 3. Château d'Eau


    This 19th-century water tower at the far end of the Pont Neuf, originally used to store water and build water pressure, is now the oldest public...Read More

  • 4. Hôtel d'Assézat


    The city’s most elegant mansion was built in 1555 by Toulouse's top Renaissance architect, Nicolas Bachelier. Notable for its arcades and ornately...Read More

  • 5. Le Castillet


    Perpignan's alluring town center is lined with rosemary bushes and landmarked by a medieval monument, the 14th-century Castillet, with its tall...Read More

  • 6. Musée Charles-Portal


    The small museum has relics from the town's medieval past, plus items uncovered during excavations of the 372-foot-deep Cordes Well. ...Read More

  • 7. Musée d'Art Moderne Fonds Péské


    No Matissses hold pride of place at the town's Musée d'Art Moderne Fonds Péské, but the collection of 180 works deftly sums up the influence...Read More

  • 8. Musée des Augustins


    One of Europe's finest collections of Romanesque sculpture and religious paintings can be seen inside the sacristy, chapter house, and cloisters...Read More

  • 9. Musée des Beaux-Arts

    Ville Basse | Museum/Gallery

    The real draw in the Ville Basse (newer, lower portion of Carcassonne), this museum houses a nice collection of porcelain, 17th- and 18th-century...Read More

  • 10. Musée du Vieux Toulouse


    This museum is worthwhile for the building itself as much as for its collection of Toulouse memorabilia, paintings, sculptures, and documents...Read More

  • 11. Musée Fabre


    From crowd-packed Place de la Comédie, Boulevard Sarrail leads north past the shady Esplanade Charles de Gaulle to this rich, renowned art museum...Read More

  • 12. Musée Lapidaire


    On the south side of the Canal de la Robine, the Musée Lapidaire is in the handsome 13th-century former church of Notre-Dame de la Mourguié...Read More

  • 13. Musée Les Arts du Sucre et du Chocolat


    For proof that life is indeed sweet in Cordes-sur-Ciel, visit this two-room museum dedicated to sugar and chocolate. It showcases the confectionery...Read More

  • 14. Musée Paul Dupuy


    This museum, dedicated to medieval applied arts, is housed in the Hôtel Pierre Besson, a 17th-century mansion. ...Read More

  • 15. Musée St-Raymond


    The city's archaeological museum, next to the Basilica of St-Sernin, has an extensive collection of imperial Roman busts, as well as ancient...Read More

  • 16. Palais des Archevêques


    Richly sculpted cloisters link the cathedral to the former Palais des Archevêques, now home to museums of archaeology, art, and history. Note...Read More

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