« Paris is good for visiting, Lyon for having, Toulouse for learning and Bordeaux for depending » - Charles Cahier
With its ochre rooftops and brick churches, Toulouse, also known as La Ville Rose (The Pink City) has much to offer to its visitors. With its rich heritage dating back to roman origins the city contains many religious buildings made of brick and stone decorations, a rich collection of museums and remarkable monuments. For leisure, the city’s animated streets are the perfect occasion for shopping in the markets or enjoying restaurants where you can savour French and regional products for the tastes of each person.
A former church of the Dominican Order, also known as Jacobins, which now...
An interactive scientific discovery centre focused on space and the conquest...
A Roman Catholic Cathedral and seat of Toulouse’s Archbishop.
The collector Georges Labit set off around the world in the mid 19th century...
A Natural History Museum.
A seven hectares pubic park in the centre of Toulouse.
A modern art museum in a former abattoir.
A round public garden in the centre of Toulouse.
An interactive science and technology museum.
A garden with beautiful views of the River Garonne.
An archaeological museum devoted to the history of Toulouse and the...
The oldest garden in the city.
A park along the shore of the River Garonne.
A modern square in the centre of Toulouse.
A Roman Catholic Church built on the site of an ancient pagan temple.
A mid-19th-century Roman Catholic Church.