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What's new in Toulouse?

Why visit Toulouse in 2023? Between culture, art, aeronautics and space without forgetting gastronomy, the pink city reinvents itself and invites its visitors to discover new and original activities on their own, as a couple, with family or with friends!

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Press kit 2023

In 2023, Toulouse, Spirit of Rugby, will be the ideal destination to experience the Rugby World Cup, with no less than 5 matches at the Toulouse Stadium, and numerous events throughout the year. The capital of aeronautics and space is also waiting for you to try out the new equipment and activities at its emblematic sites. It is also an opportunity to taste the art of living in the South-West in the new... European City of Wine, a new title awarded by the Recevin network.

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Fondation Bemberg © Rémi Deligeon

Reopening of the Bemberg Foundation

After more than 2 years of renovation, the Fondation Bemberg reopens its doors in the Pierre d'Assézat mansion.
A unique setting in Toulouse which houses the collection of paintings, sculptures and objets d'art assembled by Georges Bemberg with works by Bonnard, but also Corot, Van Dick, Manet, Tintoretto...

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La Cartoucherie © Chloe-bodart-construire_oeco-architectes_1

Les Halles de la Cartoucherie, Toulouse's new third place

This new Toulouse-based third-party space, developed by the developer Redman on behalf of the COSMOPOLIS collective, will open its doors on the first weekend of September. On a surface area of 13,500 m2 in the heart of Toulouse's largest eco-neighbourhood, the former munitions factory will be transformed into a hybrid space hosting a 3,000 m2 food court with nearly 26 food corners, as well as co-working spaces, a sports centre, a cultural centre, etc.

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The next edition of the Rugby World Cup will take place in France, and Toulouse will host 5 matches of the competition at the Stadium (from September 10th to October 8th). It is undoubtedly the ideal destination to experience this event! For a month, the Prairie des Filtres and the Cours Dillon will host the "Rugby Fan Village" which will include a public viewing area, entertainment, a food village and a hospitality area. Events for the general public will be scheduled throughout the city, such as night-time openings of the main markets for festive and convivial moments.

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The Social Hub © Rémi Deligeon

Accomodation: The Social Hub opens

The Social Hub (TSH) is a community concept, the first of its kind in the city, combining an ultra-modern 164-room hotel, a 190-room student residence, a workcafé, a gym, a bar, a patio and a rooftop pool with spectacular panoramic views of the city, all within a unique and bold location.

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Visiter Toulouse, la Cité de l'espace

Summer 2023: new equipment at the Cité de l'espace

In the summer of 2023, thanks to the new LuneXplorer flight simulator, visitors to the Cité de l'Espace will be able to experience what astronauts physically feel during a take-off to the Moon. 

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Toulouse and Catharism 2024
Heretics, crusade, castles, inquisition, pyres... So many terms and images are associated with the Cathars and the Crusade against the Albigensians (1209-1229). This series of historical events that swept through the South of France has left an often dramatic vision of the 13th century in Toulouse and Occitania. The Saint Raymond Museum and the Jacobins Convent are joining forces in 2024 to offer a new double exhibition on both sites. From 5 April 2024 to 5 January 2025, the Jacobins Convent will present the "Cathar" phenomenon on the scale of the medieval Midi between the 11th and 14th centuries, dealing with religious, social, political and military aspects. At the Musée Saint-Raymond, the city's archaeological museum, the exhibition will focus on the county and its capital, Toulouse, its population and its battles during the Albigensian crusade.

Jacobins Catharisme © Rémi Deligeon
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