The Berbie Palace
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Once a former Bishops’ Palace, the Berbie Palace and the Sainte-Cécile Cathedral form a striking and unique collection in the Episcopal City, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2010. It is the prestigious jewel of the Toulouse-Lautrec museum, with an international reputation. Built during the 13th century, the Berbie Palace is one of the oldest castles in France, older than the famous Popes’ Palace in Avignon.
Plan your visit
Planning a visit to The Berbie Palace? Here are some tips and tricks:
* Book your tickets in advance for discounted entry.
* Pack everything you need for the day- comfortable shoes, camera, snacks etc.
* Make sure to wear weather appropriate clothing since the palace is located outdoors.
* Factor in time for souvenir shopping at the end of your visit! * Take advantage of guided tours to learn more about its history and art collections.
* Don’t forget to take breaks while walking around- take pictures and marvel at this exquisite architectural wonder!