• Le Capitole

    Place du Capitole, Toulouse, France .

    In Toulouse there is no Mairie, but rather a majestic Capitole! An emblematic building, it is home to the town hall, a theatre and rooms of state where you can bump into celebrities from the city.

  • Basilique Saint-Sernin

    Place Saint-Sernin, Toulouse, France .

    The largest Romanesque church in France, this monumental gem listed as World Heritage by UNESCO has welcomed pilgrims for centuries along the Way of St James.

  • Musée des Augustins

    21 Rue de Metz, Toulouse, France .

    Closed for accessibility work from June 1, 2019 to fall 2020.
    Do you feel like setting up your deckchair in a medieval cloister and admiring the works of art? A haven of peace in the very heart of the city, the former Augustins convent is home to the museum of Fine-Arts.

  • Muséum d'histoire naturelle

    35 Allée Jules Guesde, Toulouse, France .

    Have we gone back in time? It is worth asking yourself that question when you come face-to-face with a flying dinosaur!

  • Cité de l'espace

    Avenue Jean Gonord, 31500 Toulouse, France .

    Walking on the moon, stepping aboard the Mir Space Station, gazing at the Ariane 5 rocket, dreaming with your head in the stars… You can do all of this at the Cité de l’Espace, a short hop from the centre of Toulouse.

    The Cité offers 2,500m² of interactive exhibitions to help you become an expert on the Earth and the Universe as you learn everything about space flight and even find out how to predict the weather.

  • Musé des Abattoirs

    76 Allées Charles de Fitte, 31300 Toulouse .

    At this abattoir that was converted into a museum of modern and contemporary art, there have been no animals for many years... although we are welcomed by a strange kind of bird!

  • Jardin des plantes

    31 Allée Jules Guesde, Toulouse, France .

    Fruit and vegetables from across the entire world, aromatic or fruit bearing plants…you can stroll from one discovery to another at these gardens that have been set out all around Maourine Pond in the heart of the Borderouge quarter.

  • Cathédrale Saint-Etienne

    Place Saint-Étienne, 31000 Toulouse .

    With its architecture stretching across several centuries combining styles and its slightly lopsided air, this cathedral is worth a visit because of its organs that look as if they are suspended in the air.

  • Donjon du Capitole

    Square Charles-de-Gaulle, Rue du Poids de l'Huile, Toulouse, France .

    At the back of Le Capitole that they once formed part of, topped off with a bell tower of Flemish inspiration, the archive tower seems to be an architectural curiosity.

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