Book Cheap Flights to Toulouse, France
Although Toulouse enjoys mild climate throughout the year, spring and summer seasons offer the best climate for sightseeing. So reserve your flights to Toulouse during this season, which offers wonderful sights and sounds. To avoid creating a dent in your pocket, and get cheap tickets to Toulouse, book in advance.
Toulouse Blagnac Airport or Aeroport de Toulouse serves Toulouse. The airport is served by Aegean Airlines, Aer Lingus, Air France, British Airways and more and operates Toulouse flights to destinations including Dublin, London, Brussels, Geneva, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and more.
Places of Interest in Toulouse
Toulouse offers an eclectic mix of tradition and modernization and homes medieval architecture, and a vibrant contemporary nightlife. The pseudo-roman style red brick buildings are the reason why the city is also known as the Pink City. While here, visit Place du Capitole, Cathedrale Saint-Etienne, Les Abattoirs Modern Art Museum, Musee Saint-Raymond, and Basilique St. Sernin.
Place du Capitole
Place du Capitole is a huge pedestrianzed open space in the heart of Toulouse, serving as the main city square. The square houses the Capitole (huge town hall), which homes National Theatre and Opera House. There are also plenty of cafes with outdoor seating areas. No matter how tight your schedule is, don’t miss out on visiting Place du Capitole when vacationing in Toulouse.
Construction of the Cathedrale Saint-Etienne started in the 12th century and was completed in the 16th century, thus the cathedral has an architectural mix of five centuries and the first look is more of a mismatched puzzle.
Les Abattoirs Modern Art Museum
Les Abattoirs Modern Art Museum is a contemporary art museum that offers a treat for the art lovers. Housing modern art styles and other distinctive styles, the museum displays a collection of more than 2,300 works including sculptures, photographs and paintings.
Travel back in time and know about the life in Toulouse under the Roman Empire by visiting Musee Saint-Raymond. The museum has a marvelous collection of sculptures, antiques and archaeological remains. Also, it has a collection of sarcophaguses and a necropolis which is said to be dating back to the 4th century.
Basilique St. Sernin
You must have seen a lot of churches in your entire trip to Toulouse, but Basilique St. Sernin offers a beauty that wins from all the other churches in the city. The basilica has now got its place on the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites.