The streets were lined with stalls.
There was music and dance at the main door of the cathedral.
It's a beautiful building!
Behind the cathedral there were more stalls and more eating areas.
Hmmm? Did they have stainless steel in the Middle Ages?
I had great expectations but, having visited other fairs of this type, I was disappointed that in such a beautiful setting the atmosphere wasn't that of medieval times. It felt more like an arts and crafts fair to me. Street animation was promised in the programme, but I didn't see any. I was hoping to visit the castle but the only way to do that was to pay an extra 3 euros to see a show inside. To watch the jousting, it was another 3 euros. The Archeology Museum was open and well worth the visit but some other exhibitions closed very early.
Having said this, I'd still recommend a visit, but be prepared to pay more than the basic entrance fee of 2 euros if you want to be entertained and wear sensible footwear because the cobbled streets are very slippery. This fair ends on the 11th of August.