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With a population of 1.3 million in the metro area, Toulouse is France’s fourth-largest city and the capital of the department of Haute-Garonne as well as the capital of the former province of Languedoc. Nicknamed ‘La Ville Rose’ because of its rouge rooftops and pink-hued churches, its ramshackle old town is a joy to walk around and its strategic setting between the Garonne River and Canal du Midi means its waterways influence its unique ambience, as does its busy university and vibrant music scene.
There’s much to see in and around the city and you’ll get the most out of this area by driving. Hiring a car in Toulouse is easy with Enjoy Travel and if you book ahead of time you can bag a bargain. For instance, hiring a nippy Renault Twingo is a steal at just €12.33 a day, an economy-sized Peugeot 208 is only €13.38 a day, and a sporty Citroen C4 Cactus is just €23.66 a day. Toulouse car hire from Enjoytravel.com is super-simple ̶ just choose online and collect on arrival.
Guide to Toulouse
Even back in the Iron Age, the Garonne Valley was a major hub for trading between the Atlantic, Mediterranean and Pyrenees and it was a Roman garrison by the 2nd Century BC. It then became the capital of Aquitaine in the 6th Century and enjoyed a period as a semi-autonomous city state in the subsequent centuries, before formally becoming part of France in the 1229 Treaty of Paris. Modern Toulouse is a cultural hotspot, with attractions like ballet, a renowned orchestra and many galleries and museums.
Things to do in Toulouse
There’s so much to see in Toulouse that you’re spoiled for choice. The Basilica of Saint Sernin has a jaw-dropping interior and is regarded as one of France’s finest churches, the Capitole de Toulouse is a buzzing square that’s perfect for people-watching and the 16th Century Pont Neuf is the city’s oldest bridge and an iconic landmark. Meanwhile, if you like horticulture, the Jardin Japonais has koi carp, turtles, a stone garden and everything necessary for a moment of zen.
Eating out in Toulouse
There are lots of tempting eateries in Toulouse. Michelin-starred chef Michel Sarran serves high-class haute cuisine at his self-titled restaurant close to the University of Toulouse, La Cave au Cassoulet is famous for its cassoulet with sausage, duck and haricot beans, and Le Colombier serves quality local fare at reasonable prices.
Getting about in Toulouse
The Tisseo transport network features trams, trains and buses. Toulouse-Blagnac Airport (TLS) is 6.7 km from the city and connects it to the rest of France, Europe and beyond.
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