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Rue du Taur

Getting around by coach

A stop-off on your tour of the South-West.

Toulouse is a remarkable destination, ideally situated and not to be missed as a stop-off on your tours of south-western France.

Main thoroughfares

Bus lanes are accessible to touring coaches.

Autocar de tourisme

Drop-off and Pick-up points for groups

Maximum stopping time of 15 minutes.

  • 21, rue de Metz.
  • Allées Jean-Jaurès, place d’Arménie.
  • Quai de Tounis, near the Pont Neuf.
  • Port de l’Embouchure (reserved for boat users).

Access to the hotels on Place du Capitole
Place du Capitole is not accessible to touring coaches, except those serving the hotels (coaches no longer than 13 metres): the transporter must inform the hotelier in advance so that they can arrange the necessary permits.


Coach parking is located in the vicinity of public transport hubs to allow drivers to re-join their group in the city centre. Please refrain from using bus stops in the city and limit any disturbances by turning off your engine if your stop is likely to take more than just a few minutes.

Medium stay daytime parking, available from 8 am to 8 pm.
Rue Raymond-Badiou (Parc du Zénith), exit 29.
Fixed coach spaces.
City centre links: tramway T1 or T2, Cartoucherie station.

Medium stay daytime parking, available from 8 am to 8 pm. (except on event days at île du Ramier:
fairs, exhibitions, matches at the Stadium).
Allée Fernand-Jourdant, exit 23 or 24.
Parking along the roadside, near Pont du Garigliano.
Easy access. City centre links: bus 12.
Tramway stops for lines T1 and T2: Île-du-Ramier.

Night time and long stay parking (paying, supervised and enclosed).
Entrance along the boulevard Pierre-Semard.
Open every day from 5:30 am to 9:30 pm.
Reservation essential: +33 5 61 61 67 59 or