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Cite Episcopale, Frejus

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This medieval city is located in Albi in France. The Cite Episcopale is famous for its medieval architecture and associated historical associations. In this city, there are many wonderful places to visit. You can visit the Cathedral of St. Cecile, the Berbie palace, the old bridge, the beautiful hanging gardens, the narrow streets made of red bricks in the medieval style.

The bell tower of the cathedral, the paintings and the ceiling in the cathedral are among other attractions. The night view of the episcopal city is simply awesome and you will be mesmerized. The Church of St. Salvy is also worth visiting. Make Cite Episcopale part of your personalized Frejus itinerary using our Frejus driving holiday planner.
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  • We enjoyed our day trip to Fréjus and must commend the very helpful tourist office. The old town is charming and peaceful with loads of places to eat, drink and just watch the world go by. A lot of.....  more
    We enjoyed our day trip to Fréjus and must commend the very helpful tourist office. The old town is charming and peaceful with loads of places to eat, drink and just watch the world go by. A lot of.....  more »
  • We came here on our walk around Frejus. Place worth a visit, no entry fee required, nice piece of history. 
    We came here on our walk around Frejus. Place worth a visit, no entry fee required, nice piece of history.  more »

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