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The Renaissance is housed in a 17th-century mansion in central Castres.
This 17th-century townhouse has a mix of Baroque, Italian and Spanish architecture, and free Wi-Fi access.
INTER-HOTEL le Caussea is located in Castres, 67 km from Carcassonne, in the heart of Causse, overlooking the Black Mountain.
It is named after the Spanish painter Francisco Goya and has the largest collection of Spanish paintings in France, with works by Goya, Z...
Castres Cathedral now the Roman Catholic church of Saint Benoît (Saint Benedict), is a historical religious building in Castres, Languedo...
Centre national et musée Jean Jaurès is a museum in Castres.
The Jardin botanique Pierre Fabre "La Michonne" also known as the Conservatoire botanique Pierre Fabre, is a private botanical garden mai...
Divino is a bar in Castres close to the Centre national et musée Jean Jaurès.
The capital of romance on the banks of the Seine.
France's second city with a history from Roman times to the Resistance.
On the Provençale coast sits France's third city, known for its large harbour and for being the 2013 European Capital of Culture.
To the west of Paris, site of the famous chateau of Louis XIV.
Glamorous and expensive seaside town that hosts the annual Film Festival.
Is an alpine resort town, nestled at the foot of Mont Blanc and all the allurements that it holds.
City of wine, traditional stone mansions and smart terraces.