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Convention Center
“Beautiful garden with special Japanese gardens inside. A great place to have breakfast or lunch on a nice day! ”
  • 103 locals recommend
Capitol Building
“The very centre of Toulouse. You can enter the Capitol building Monday-Tursday (usually). The weekends are closed for weddings. Make sure you check out the galleries. They are beautiful!! ”
  • 115 locals recommend
Park
“This is very nice garden in Toulouse, Very close to us, you can easily get there by 5 minutes walking.”
  • 120 locals recommend
Art Museum
“The Contemporary art museum. Check what exibitions they have at the moment before going.”
  • 102 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Excellent Renaissance galley. This is one of my most favourite spots in the city. You must see it for yourself! Entry is 5 euros”
  • 88 locals recommend
Historic Site
“A must visit whilst in the area. Walk the narrow medieval streets and ramparts. Enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants in the square. ”
  • 129 locals recommend
Theme Park
“Space adventure park in Toulouse. Very well enjoyed by older and younger members of the family. There's a Stellarium, Planetarium and iMAX cinema togehter with life-size models of the Ariane 5 rocket; Mir spacestation and Soyuz spacecraft. We all enjoyed the "weightless" experience and the countless interactive exhibitions. Go early to get a full day out of it - you'll need it! ”
  • 93 locals recommend
Castle
“One of my favourite activities is to sit in one of the squares that open up from the narrow cobble streets around the chateau. As I drink my early morning coffee I let my imagination run with Alis and Sandrine , characters created by Kate Mosse, and enjoy 'living" in the past for 30 minutes or so. Other than that, it is an amazing place to visit, but go early morning to avoid the crowds or as dusk falls to see it floodlit. ”
  • 105 locals recommend
Plaza
“Toulouse most famous square! Go and visit the first floor of the Capitole and the beautiful salle des illustres.”
  • 75 locals recommend
Park
“Ce parc en bord de Garonne accueille de nombreux événements comme Rio Loco en juin, le feu d'artifice du 14 juillet ou encore la fameuse plage rafraîchissante des Toulousains et ses nombreuses activités gratuites durant l'été.”
  • 100 locals recommend
Church
“Midi-Pyrénées is the region with the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites listed as main staging posts on St James's Way. Of the 76 monuments listed in France, 33 are in Midi-Pyrénées, on the Le Puy route, the Arles route and the Pyrenean Foothills route, all three of which pass through Midi-Pyrénées. What's more, in Midi-Pyrénées 6 sections of the route are listed as World Heritage Sites, all of them on the Le Puy route which enters the region in the Aubrac. Basilicas and little churches, bridges and symbolic features: UNESCO has taken into account the host of constituent parts and values expressed by these legendary pathways.”
  • 85 locals recommend
River
“Calming, tranquil, relaxing, and cooling tree-top cover from the long days in the Mediterranean sun...”
  • 113 locals recommend
Science Museum
“This is an excellent Natural History Museum with a range of interesting of exhibits, including a changing 'guest' expo in the basement. It is free on the first Sunday in the month. ”
  • 78 locals recommend
Lake
“This lake is perfect for families with children as there is also a climbing parc.”
  • 78 locals recommend
Transportation
“7 minutes away by car. Many beaches and tourists spots and entertainment. ”
  • 40 locals recommend
Farmers Market
“The ground level has the best stalls in Toulouse and above it there are small restaurant with dishes made from the market. Just get the dish of the day and a quart of red wine. Only for Lunch.”
  • 66 locals recommend