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Discover Toulouse – France’s glowing Pink City

Book flights to Toulouse to witness the natural wonder that earned the city its famous nickname – the ‘Ville Rose’, or the Pink City.

Toulouse’s sun-kissed summer streets see the cobbles bask in a rose-hued glow – a picture perfect sight.

toulouse river and bridge at sunset

From its world-class museums and arresting architecture, to its winding canal and unique theme park, a plane ticket to Toulouse opens some of France’s best attractions.

Ornate carvings mesmerise visitors at the Basilica of Saint-Sernin, while across the city you’ll find some of the country’s most captivating art.

Leafy cycle tracks invite active explorers, while nearby Spain has more than a subtle influence on the region’s menus. Tapas sits comfortably next to hearty Toulouse cassoulets tempting diners with a fusion of flavour options.

Book your Toulouse flights today to uncover this city’s many hidden charms.

What’s the weather like in Toulouse?

What’s the weather like in Toulouse?

Average temperatureAverage rainfall

JAN

6°C

5cm

FEB

7°C

4cm

MAR

9°C

5cm

APR

12°C

7cm

MAY

16°C

8cm

JUN

19°C

6cm

JUL

21°C

4cm

AUG

22°C

5cm

SEP

19°C

5cm

OCT

14°C

6cm

NOV

9°C

5cm

DEC

6°C

5cm

Fly to Toulouse between June and August for warmer weather, with temperatures averaging around 20°C. Rainfall is highest in May.

For fewer crowds, fly to Toulouse in autumn, September or October, for a chance to see the auburn colours along the Canal Du Midi.

Reasons to visit Toulouse

canal du midi near toulouse in autumn with leaves

Cruise Toulouse’s Canal Du Midi

Fly to Toulouse and try a very different mode of transport – a canal barge. Cruise along while your captain points out the highlights of this 330-year-old waterway or take to the water in a self-drive boat. Along the water’s edge you’ll have the opportunity to spot scenic French villages, beautiful bridges and picturesque vineyards. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the canal stretches almost 150 miles, all the way to the coast. Stop off along the way to visit Carcassonne’s walled city, explore Minerve or discover Narbonne’s underground Roman market.

astronaut in a empty office toulouse

Experience life as an astronaut

If soaring at over 30,000ft on your flight to Toulouse wasn’t quite high enough, pay a visit to La Cité de l’espace. This space-themed attraction in Toulouse offers a glimpse into a so-far barely explored world. Exhibits display everything from space suits to full size replicas of rockets, space stations and space craft. Immersive IMAX films open a 3D galaxy, while the moon walk simulator is a hit with visitors of all ages. Full of scientific detail, the theme park also includes a planetarium and a chance to build your own mini rocket.

basilica st sernin church toulouse

Tour Toulouse’s palaces and mansions

Plane tickets to Toulouse open a world of discovery. Just walking along the cobbled streets takes you back in time as you glance up at exquisite buildings, once home to French nobility. Now some of the city’s grandest structures are home to impressive museums showcasing eclectic collections – from works by Toulouse-Lautrec to dinosaur remains in the Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle (Natural History Museum). Other buildings showcase their intricate art on their outer walls – don’t miss the Basilica of Saint-Sernin. Make sure you also take the time to explore the walled city of Carcassonne’s. Its ancient walls and streets make you feel as though you’ve stepped back into medieval times.

Things to know before you fly to Toulouse

plane Transfers from the airport

Arrange an Etihad transfer before you fly and a driver will be waiting for you in arrivals, ready to take you to your next stop. Alternatively, buses, trams and airport shuttles all run efficient services to Toulouse city centre from the airport – taking about 20 minutes.

bus Public transport

Toulouse has a great public transport network. The Tisséo transport network consists of two metro lines, trams and busses to take you across the city and to all your favourite locations. Taxis are also available and you have the option to rent a car if you’re over 25.

holiday Festivals and events

The famous Toulouse Violet Festival takes place every February in Toulouse, which is seen as the violet capital. Florists from across the world come together and it’s a bright and beautiful event, full of flowers.

currency Local currency

Toulouse, like the rest of France, uses the euro as its official currency. You can exchange your cash into euros before you fly, at the airport or in Toulouse itself at several banks and Bureau de Change locations.

Flying to Toulouse: FAQs

Where should I stay in Toulouse?

For a cultural break, stay in the Jeanne d’Arc area of the city. Museums and attractions are nearby and its close enough to the centre of Toulouse to enjoy the highlights. Opt for a stay in Saint-Étienne if you like your city breaks on the peaceful side. Think village life rather than frenetic city buzz. The highlights are the organic markets and independent cafes.

How many days should I spend in Toulouse?

You could easily spend up to a week getting to know Toulouse – seeing the sights, museums and galleries. Extend your stay for longer and head out to other areas of southern France and explore the French Riviera.

What should I see in Toulouse?

Visit the Canal Du Midi and the Japanese Gardens for the green spaces. For architectural wonders it must be the Place du Capitole and Basilique Saint-Sernin. There are also plenty of museums such as the Museum of Old Toulouse and the futuristic Cite de l’Escape.

What food is Toulouse known for?

Try cassoulet during your Toulouse holiday. The local recipe is made with beans and duck, though sometimes replaced with Saucisse de Toulouse (sausage). Visitors with a sweet tooth will adore Toulouse’s traditional cake, the fenetra. It’s like a fruity shortbread, and goes well with a cup of coffee.

Why we love Toulouse

“We always love flying to Toulouse – there’s something really captivating about the Place du Capitole’s historic buildings. You can go there to people watch but it’s the cassoulet at the Grand Cafe Le Florida that’s the real draw. Try the desserts if you still have room - heavenly!”

Book the lowest flight deals to Toulouse (TLS) from AUD 2202

Sydney (SYD) to Toulouse (TLS)

Departure 10 Oct 2020,
Return 4 Feb 2021
from AUD2202*
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Weather in Toulouse

25 °C
Sunday20 Sep 2020
23 °C
Monday21 Sep 2020
22 °C
Tuesday22 Sep 2020
27 °C
Wednesday23 Sep 2020
17 °C
Thursday24 Sep 2020
13 °C
Friday25 Sep 2020
16 °C
Saturday26 Sep 2020
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