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Whether you are searching for an incredible view of the major monuments or a quirky tour in search of the unusual details of city life, you are sure to find a visit that is tailor-made for you in our selection.
Visits in french, english, spanish, german, italian, catalan, russian, chinese, japanes, portuguese and dutch.
Great monuments of Toulouse
After seeing the Place du Capitole, the basilica of Saint-Sernin and the Jacobins church, from the banks of the River Garonne you can admire the splendid views of the most iconic monuments of Toulouse.
Renaissance and pastel, the golden age of Toulouse
The visit begins in the narrow streets of the merchants’ quarter, notable for its beautiful homes and numerous mansion houses built by the pastel merchants and the parliamentarians.
The trail continues with a visit to the Bemberg Foundation, a jewel of Renaissance architecture and home to a collection of remarkable works.
In the heart of the Saint-Étienne quarter
Visit the cathedral and its discreetly charming neighbourhood. This tour goes far from the bustle of city life and is studded with narrow streets, small squares and former official buildings that should not be overlooked.
The Fine Arts in Toulouse: a museum and beautiful buildings
Follow this artistic tour that begins at rue Croix-Baragnon, where you can admire houses from a range of eras, and which finishes at the Augustins Museum so that you can also admire its masterpieces.
Toulouse by night, the city in light
At night, all cats are grey, but the same is certainly not true of Toulouse’s monuments! You can admire their illuminations as you stroll through the city.
Come on Stade!
Behind the scenes at the Ernest-Wallon Stadium
Follow the guide and follow in the footsteps of the legendary players of the team in red and black! After having seen images of the history of rugby in Toulouse, tour the stadium and discover the training areas, the stands and the dugouts, the wall and the trophy room.
On the Way of St. James
In the 9th century, a star revealed the site of the remains of St. James the Apost- le. Since then, millions of pilgrims have walked to Compostela. In Toulouse, dis- cover the sites that evoke and pave the way along this famous trail.
“A beautiful neighbourhood”
Our guide was very interesting and accessible. This was a rich visit of an area that has some beautiful buildings and a great way to get to know this superb city.
Nicole, 27/08/2017, Visit “In the heart of the Saint-Étienne quarter”
Visits that are suitable for people with disabilities
The Toulouse Tourist Office has earned the “Tourism and Disabilities” brand and provides an o er that is perfectly adapted to welcoming and accommodating people with physical, mental and hearing disabilities.
Suitable visits have been created, with a varied approach that centres on olfactory experiences, precise descriptions or sign-language interpreters.
For more information, contact the inbound department.
FROM € 180/group for guided visits during the week - Visit lasting 2 h, up to 30 people
€ 105 for a school group visit
Transport, entry to sites and other services are not included.
Visits available in French, English, Spanish, German, Italian, Catalan, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese
Don’t hesitate to contact us to find out about the other themed visits available.
Inbound service : +33 5 61 11 02 30