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8Top 8 Instagram spots in Toulouse

Plafond de la salle des Illustres
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Le Capitole

On the Place du Capitole, you could decide on a view of the town hall, a snap of your feet on your star sign or the magnificent Salle des Illustres.

L'hôtel d'Assézat
Patrice Thébault

Bemberg Foundation

This masterpiece of the Classical Renaissance hosts the Bemberg Foundation. Beneath the loggia, you can quench your thirst as you contemplate the courtyard and façades of the most beautiful Renaissance mansion house of Toulouse.

Les bords de Garonne et le dôme de la Grave
Jour de Nuit - Matthieu Krieger

Sunset at the Garonne river

On the walkway close to la Daurade or on the stairs of Place Saint-Pierre, to capture the reflections on the River Garonne. This quarter was transformed by the development of tthe terracing in 2014,  offering a magnificent panorama of our beautiful Garonne, the Pont Saint-Pierre and the left bank.

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The Jacobins

After the unmissable "Palm tree" in the main edifice, the cloister of the Jacobins Convent is the perfect place to pause and to pose! It is also the best place to enjoy the view on the tower of the Jacobins.

Place Sainte Scarbes quartier Saint-Etienne

Place Saintes-Scarbes

Looking for a beautiful brick wall and the quaintest square of Toulouse ? Place Saintes-Scarbes is the place to be ! 

Le jardin Japonais à Toulouse
Natoetsy Raymonde

Japanese Garden

Situated in the heart of Compans-Caffarelli Park, this garden’s exotic feel is a surprise. A veritable invitation to meditate and relax!

Graff de Mademoiselle Kat à Toulouse
Natoetsy Raymonde

Street art

Looking for street art ? Toulouse is one of the pioneering cities in France! It all began in the Arnaud Bernard district but frescos can now be found all over the walls of the Pink City. In 2019, Toulouse hosts the 3rd edition of the Rose béton street art festival. 

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canal de brienne
Patrice Thébault

Canal de Brienne

The banks of the Canal du Midi, UNESCO site in Toulouse, , but t to enjoy the relaxing ambience. Yes, the shores of the Canal du Midi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Toulouse, are a must in Toulouse and are still very popular are popular among cyclists and pedestrians. But the Canal de Brienne, next to the Garonne river is definitely a must-see place, relaxing and photogenic, changing mood and colors every season. 


© Florian Champain


Park and garden

If you would like enjoy a journey to the Orient, treat yourself to a Zen promenade in the Japanese Garden, which is labelled a Remarkable Garden.

© Jacques Valenza


Exhibition location

An exhibition of theatrical machines


Historical sites and monuments

Exceptional evidence of Southern Gothic architecture, this brickwork giant houses the relics of St Thomas Aquinas in the shade of its giant palm tree.