Travel through the most beautiful vineyards of France’s south-west, following a carefully prepared route, and at each stage discover a prestigious museum.
A vineyard, a museum! This four-day round trip takes you to the vineyards of south-west France and around the greatest museums of the Midi-Pyrenees region. The first stop is a visit to the Gaillac vineyard and the Toulouse-Lautrec Museum in the heart of the former episcopal city of Albi, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Then we head to the Aveyron, home to the exceptional Soulages Museum in Rodez and the Marcillac vineyard. The next day takes us to the Lot district and the Henri Martin Museum at Cahors. The trip finishes with visits to the Fronton vineyard and the cultural jewel of Montauban: the Ingres Museum.