Toulouse is the capital of the French piece of the Haute-Garonne and the district Occitania. The city is on the banks of the Garonne, 150 km from the Mediterranean Sea, 230 km from the Atlantic Ocean and 680 kilometers from Paris. It is the fourth-biggest city in France, with 479,553 occupants inside its civil limits (as of January 2017), and 1,360,829 occupants inside its more extensive metropolitan region, after Paris, Lyon and Marseille, and in front of Lille and Bordeaux. The University of Toulouse is one of the most seasoned in Europe and, with in excess of 103,000 understudies; it is the fourth-biggest college grounds in France, after the colleges of Paris, Lyon and Lille. Toulouse checks three sites of the UNESCO World Heritage Site: the Canal du Midi and the Basilica of Saint-Sernin, the largest Romanesque structure on the left in Europe. The city's one of a kind design made of pinkish earthenware blocks has earned Toulouse the epithet La Ville Rose (The Pink City).

Basilica of Saint-Sernin

The Basilica of Saint-Sernin is a congregation in Toulouse, France, the previous monastery church of the Abbey of Saint-Sernin or St Saturnin. Aside from the congregation, none of the convent structures remain. The current church is arranged on the site of a past basilica of the fourth century which contained the gathering of Saint Saturnin or Sernin, the primary cleric of Toulouse in c. 250.Developed in the Romanesque style between around 1080 and 1120, with development proceeding from that point, Saint-Sernin is the biggest staying Romanesque structure in Europe, if not the world. The congregation is especially noted for the quality and amount of its Romanesque figure. In 1998 the basilica was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites under the depiction: World Heritage Sites of the Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France.

Address: Place Saint-Sernin, 31000 Toulouse, France
Opening Hours: 8.30 AM to 7 PM
Entry Fees: Free
Contact: +33 5 61 21 80 45

Place du Capitole

The Capitole is the core of the city organization of the French city of Toulouse and its city lobby. It isn't a similar Capitol as the one where St Saturninus was martyred, the last alluding to the Capitoline sanctuary of the Roman city, while the primary structures of the current Capitole were raised on this site in the twelfth century.
The Capitouls (overseeing justices) of Toulouse set out on the development of the first structure in 1190 to give a seat to the administration of a region developing in riches and impact. The name "Capitole" alluded not exclusively to the Roman Capitol yet in addition to the capitulum, which was the part of the overseeing justices. It was a focal point of conflict during the 1562 Toulouse Riots, with Huguenot powers holding it with caught gun.

Address: 31000, Toulouse France
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday – 8.30 AM to 7 PM, Saturday – 10 Am to 7 PM
Entry Fees: Free
Contact: +33 (0)5 61 22 34 12

Museum de Toulouse

The Museum de Toulouse is an exhibition hall of characteristic history in Toulouse, France. It is in the Busca-Montplaisir, houses an assortment of more than 2.5 million things, and has exactly 3,000 square meters (32,000 sq ft) of display space. Its Index Herbariorum code is TLM. The historical center was established in 1796 by the naturalist Philippe-Isidore Picot de Lapeyrouse, with his assortments having the option to be housed in the previous Carmelite religious community in Toulouse. In 1808, the head Napoleon officially skilled all the Carmelite structures and lands to the city of Toulouse, and in 1865 the historical center was opened to people in general in its current area and under the directorship of Edouard Filhol.

Address: 35 Allée Jules Guesde, 31000 Toulouse, France
Opening Hours: 10 AM to 6 PM
Entry Fees:
Contact: +33 5 67 73 84 84

Saint Etienne Cathedral

Saint Etienne Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Church devoted to Saint Charles Borromeo, in Saint-Etienne, Loire, France. It has been the house of prayer of the Diocese of Saint-Etienne since its creation on 26 December 1970. The structure was developed as an intricate ward church somewhere in the range of 1912 and 1923 out of a crude neo-Gothic style, on a Latin cross ground plan with transept and triple nave, and a belltower on the west front. The structure is 80 meters in length, 30 meters wide and 17 meters from the focal point of the rooftop vault to the ground. The organ in the ensemble dates from 1930, and there is another exceptionally forcing one by A. Durand from 1968.
The structure was a profoundly aspiring one from the beginning, and stays incomplete.

Address: Place Saint-Étienne, 31000 Toulouse, France
Opening Hours: 8 AM to 7 PM
Entry Fee: Free
Contact: +33 5 61 52 03 82

Museum Saint-Raymond

Museum Saint-Raymond is the archeological exhibition hall of Toulouse, opened in 1892. The site initially was a necropolis, and in later developments was an emergency clinic for poor people and pioneers, jail, understudy living arrangement, pens, sleeping quarters and presbytery, in the long run turning into a historical center in 1891. It is housed in the previous Saint-Raymond college school dating from the sixteenth century that fringes Basilica of Saint-Sernin. The structure has been redesigned and recreated a few times. It jam and displays archeological assortments from protohistory to the early medieval times, chiefly from the Celtic, Roman and early Christian periods, much from the Toulouse locale.

Address: 1 ter Place Saint-Sernin, 31000 Toulouse, France
Opening Hours: 10 AM to 6 PM
Entry Fees: 2€
Contact: +33 5 61 22 31 44

Church of the Jacobins

Jacobin church is the Roman Catholic church deconsecrated arranged in Toulouse, France. It is creating a large square that improvement begins at 1230, and the structures affect the development of the meridional Gothique (French Southern Gothic) style. Thomas Aquinas relics were placed there. In the two centuries after the breakup of the Dominicans at the time of the French Revolution, they fill different needs vary before facing the great modification of the twentieth century.By the middle of the 21st century, it largely changed over into focus verified.

Address: Place des Jacobins, 31000 Toulouse, France
Opening Hours: 10 AM to 6 PM
Entry Fees:
Contact: +33 5 61 22 23 82

Museum des Augustins

The Museum des Augustins de Toulouse is an expressive arts historical center in Toulouse, France which preserves an assortment of model and works of art from the medieval times to the mid twentieth century. The works of art are from all through France, the figures speaking to Occitan culture of the locale with an especially rich gathering of Romanesque model. The Museum des Augustins de Toulouse was one of fifteen exhibition halls established in commonplace focuses, by an announcement of 13 Fructidor years IX, which was proclaimed by the priest of the inside, Jean-Antoine. Toward the beginning of the nineteenth century a few medieval structures were destroyed and in their place Viollet-le-Duc and his understudy Darcy set up new show displays, got to by a Gothic Revival amazing step offering interaction of lavishly entangled vaulting frameworks.

Address: 21 Rue de Metz, 31000 Toulouse, France
Opening Hours: 10 AM to 6 PM
Entry Fees: 4€
Contact: +33 5 61 22 21 82

Cite de l'espace

The The Cite de l'espace (City of Space) is a logical disclosure place concentrated on space and the triumph of room. It was opened in June 1997 and is situated on the eastern edges of Toulouse, France. Starting at 2012, there had been in excess of 4 million guests. One can visit full-scale models of the Ariane 5 rocket, Mir space station, and Soyuz modules. The first planetarium has 140 seats and presents shows for the duration of the day. Cite de l'Espace additionally has various shows, frequently intuitive; for instance, a model of a control room close to the model of Ariane 5, permits guests to set up the starting of a rocket, help with its flight and afterward place a satellite in circle.

Address: Avenue Jean Gonord, 31500 Toulouse, France
Opening Hours: 10 AM 7 PM
Entry Fees: Adult - 35€, Child/Young - 25€, Family - 120€
Contact: +33 5 67 22 23 24

Pierre-Baudis Japanese Garden

The Pierre-Baudis Japanese Garden in Toulouse is a recreation center delegated an exceptional nursery of France , found north of downtown Toulouse in France , in the Compans-Caffarelli area . This nursery was made in 1981 to meet the desires of Pierre Baudis during his residency as city hall leader of Toulouse. He had delighted in this sort of nursery on movements, particularly the one in Dublin. It bears his name since May 11, 2016.

Address: Jardin Compans Caffarelli, Boulevard Lascrosses, 31000 Toulouse, France
Opening hours: 7.45 AM to 9 PM
Entry Fees: Free
Contact: +33 5 62 27 48 48

Pont Saint Pierre

The Saint-Pierre de Toulouse Bridge crosses the Garonne and associates the Place Saint-Pierre to the Hospice de la Grave. It is a scaffold with a metal deck, totally reconstructed in 1987. The first Pont Saint-Pierre was worked somewhere in the range of 1849 and 1852. It was a wooden cost connect where people on foot and pony drawn carriages passed. It lay on two heaps of stone and blocks, and was strengthened with metal links. During the extraordinary surge of 1875, a designer from the city center had the links cut. At the point when the links split the air, they cut the Marcon production line situated in the Amidonniers area.

Address: Rue du Pont Saint-Pierre, 31400 Toulouse, France
Opening Hours: Open 24 hours
Entry Fees: Adults - €7, Child - Free

Famous For:

N°5 Wine Bar
For dinner, make a reservation at N°5 Wine Bar ,recently awarded the Best Wine Bar in the World 2017 and Best Wine Bar in Europe 2016 by World of Fine Wine. Chef/owner Thomas Cabrol offers a tasting menu that is always a surprise of plates artfully showcasing seasonal and local ingredients, which you can enjoy with a card to try various wines from the Enomatic wine by the glass dispenser. Or his impressive wine list offers 300 wines by the glass and more than 3300 wines by the bottle.

Address: 5 Rue de la Bourse, 31000 Toulouse, France Opening Hours: Tue to Fri – 12 PM to 12 AM, Sat – 6 AM to 12 PM, Sunday & Monday – Closed Entry Fees: Free Contact: +33 5 61 38 44 51

Toulouse Bike Tour
Cycling in Toulouse with an experienced English-speaking local guide is the best way to get to know this fantastic city. It is among the sunniest cities in all of France, as well as the fourth biggest city, which makes it a great destination for a weekend getaway. With its beautiful architecture and unique pink bricks it is also considered as one of the most romantic cities in France. In addition, there are museums, trendy restaurants, cozy squares and much more. Do you want to get to know the city within a few hours? Then do a guided bike tour with us and let a local show you their hometown in a fun and safe way! Cycling in Toulouse is safe and a great way of sightseeing. The city is becoming increasingly friendly for cyclists thanks to pedestrianized streets and paths alongside the Garonne River, which are ideal for biking. Furthermore, the city surroundings are a cyclist’s dream.

Address: Toulouse, France
Opening Hours: Starts from 9.30 AM Entry Fees: 35€
Contact: +33 6 77 03 24 87

Granhòta Games
Granhòta offers leisure activities in Toulouse and its surroundings for individuals (activities with family, friends, etc.). There are 3 different kind of games designed by the Granhota for everyone.
City Game: Outdoor Escape Game - Escape Game principle revisited in the city center! A complex mission to complete as a team by solving puzzles in a minimum of time. Brainstorm in perspective! For experienced players!
Discovery Rally: visit while playing - The Discovery Rallies are treasure hunts for visiting and discovering cities in a different way. A mission to achieve clues and puzzles to discover heritage in a fun way! For everyone!
Natura Quest: puzzle game in nature - A Natura Game is a timed real life, life-size puzzle treasure hunt. An Escape Game revisited outdoors! Game to play in a team with the head and legs!

Address:65 Allées Maurice Sarraut, 31300 Toulouse, France
Timings:Monday to Sunday 9 AM to 8 PM
Entery Fee: Differs according to the kind of game one wants to play
Contact: +33 9 81 00 25 05

Warrior Adventure
WARRIOR ADVENTURE is a concept of FAMILY sports complex and UNIQUE in France. Our structure is the first in France to have opened an indoor obstacle course of the Ninja Warrior type. In addition to offering a Ninja course of more than 1O obstacles (all inspired by the obstacles of the famous Ninja Warrior show), our structure also offers Warrior Training time slots, a Junior course and Ninja Junior courses. In other words, there are activities for the whole family

Address:47 Route de Paris, 31140 Aucamville, France
Timings: 12.00 am to 09.00 pm
Entery Fee: Children (below 18) – 13€, Adults (18+) - 20€ or 16€
Contact: +33 5 62 80 95 14

Stade Toulousain
Stade Toulousain is a French rugby union club from Toulouse in Occitania and the reigning Top 14 champion. Toulouse is one of the most successful clubs in Europe, having won the Heineken Cup a joint record four times – in 1996, 2003, 2005 and 2010. They were also runners-up in 2004 and 2008 against London Wasps and Munster, respectively. Stade Toulousain has also won a record 20 French Championship titles. It is traditionally one of the main providers for the French national team. Their home ground is the Stade Ernest-Wallon. However, big Top 14 matches along with Heineken Cup games are often played at the Stadium Municipal de Toulouse. The club colours are red, black and white.

Address:88 Route d'Albi, 31180 Rouffiac-Tolosan, France
Entery Fee: Regular Matches - 10€, Match Selects - 25€ , PSG Match - 35€
Contact: +33 5 61 37 89 18

Café-Théâtre Les 3T
Les 3T, the essential Toulouse address for comic theater! Comedies from Tuesday to Saturday, 3 rooms, a troupe of more than 30 actors, tapas slates every evening, more than 20 different performances per week, and the possibility of privatizing one of the rooms for a private evening with or without a show! A humorous institution in the heart of Toulouse, with a friendly and intimate atmosphere.Since 1988, your laughter has been our greatest satisfaction! Attention Theater not equipped with credit card, payment only by check or cash.

Address:40 Rue Gabriel Péri, 31000 Toulouse, France
Timings:Tuesday to Saturday - 01.00 am to 08.00 pm
Entery Fee: 25€
Contact: +33 5 61 63 00 74
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How to reach Toulouse
By Air

Daily domestic and international scheduled flights land at Blagnac airport, 11 km west of Toulouse city centre. Air France operates approximately 30-minute flights to / from Paris, which are usually priced at about €50 each way, if booked in advance. Several flights to major European cities such as London, Munich, Frankfurt, and Madrid are also available. To get to the city from the airport, take the "Shuttle Bus" to either the central bus / train station, or the Jean Jaures or Jeanne D'Arc metro stations in the city center for €8 one way or € 15 return (price as at Mar 16). The journey takes 20-30 minutes, and every 20 minutes, the bus operates. The ticket is also valid within 90 minutes of activation, for transfers to other public city buses. Tickets can be purchased at the airport or driver's side. Option two is to take tram line T2 at Arenes station right outside the airport, then change to Metro red line A. This costs €1,70 (price as of January 2019), allowing just one ticket as the ticket is valid within 1 hour of first validation. This journey takes about 35-40 minutes, and can take much longer in the weekend because there are fewer trams. You can buy the fare from the ticket machine, or at the airport tram station's ticket office. Another choice is to take bus 30 from there to metro station Andromede-Lycee and the tram, but this bus only runs sporadically. A taxi to the center should cost between 20 and 22 Euro.

By Train

SNCF is France's national interurban train operator. You can buy cheap tickets through iDTGV which offers Paris tickets starting from €18. Trains to Paris take 5-7.5 hours, trains take 2 hours to Bordeaux and trains take 4 hours to Marseille. The train station is centrally located in Toulouse.
Toulouse is one end of the Pyrenees train line (Line 22 of the TER Midi-Pyrénées). This line goes via Ariège, and most trains end up at Foix, the capital. However, six trains a day continue to Andorra-L'Hospitalet and Latour-de-Carol from Toulouse and Foix, where you can change trains to Barcelona. The train to Andorre-L'Hospitalet takes 3 hours, 30 minutes and it takes about 7 hours to complete the journey to Barcelona (including the Latour-de-Carol change) and costs 30 euros.

By Bus

Bus and metro terminal is located at the railway station.
Megabus is currently running ultra-cheap bus rides with stops in Barcelona, Paris and London.  They   do have routes to and from Amsterdam and other cities. Fares to any destination start at 1 €plus a reservation fee of 50 cent if you book well in advance.
Bus services to Spain, Belgium , Italy and Portugal can be arranged via Alsa bus leaving from Toulouse's main bus station.

By Car

Major highways towards Paris, Bordeaux, Marseille, Barcelona Carsharing is very common, and most residents in Toulouse do so because train fares are expensive and bus routes are almost non-existent. Bla Bla Car is online, linking drivers and passengers. Last minute trips easy to book too!
You should stop having a car downtown, because there are few parking spaces. One good option is to drive to a subway station just outside the center and park there, and then head downtown by subway.

By Taxi

Capitole Taxi is the only taxi operator authorised, and often has poor service. Whether you want to return to your hotel after the bus leaves, you need to pre-book a taxi or be prepared for an hour's wait.

Need to Know

Language: French, English
Tourist Bureau: Donjon du Capitole Square Charles de Gaulle, 31000 Toulouse, France - Opens at 09:30 am
Phone: +33 892 18 01 80

Best time to visit:

The best time to visit Toulouse is during (June, July & August) spring & summer; city becomes alive at this time.
Best kept secret:

Indian (Kerala) restaurant
Best kept hidden wonder near Carmes subway station-10 rue Maletache, 31000, Toulouse, France wouldn't expect such an outstanding Indian (Kerala) restaurant to be located there. But you're only stunned to find a secret gem when you reach the place in this tiny lane. The taste is merely a blessing-not actually spicy enough for people coming from India itself, but good for someone else. To vegetarians it is positively recommended.

Address:10 rue Maletache, 31000, Toulouse, France
Contact: +33 5 81 34 28 56

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