Toulouse (; French: [tuluz] ( listen); Occitan: Tolosa [tuˈluzɔ], Latin: Tolosa) is the capital of the French department of Haute-Garonne and of the region of Occitanie. The city is on the banks of the River Garonne, 150 kilometres (93 miles) from the Mediterranean Sea, 230 km (143 mi) from the Atlantic Ocean and 680 km (420 mi) from Paris. It is the fourth-largest city in France, with 466,297 inhabitants as of January 2014. In France, Toulouse is called the "Pink City" (La Ville Rose).
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Super cute. Has a great view. Very busy for a small plaza but still not overcrowded. Many events take place there as well as markets and other activities organized by the city. Has a few places to eat and grab a drink nearby. It's a place to see.
This large square is the focal point in the city centre with roads leading out from it in all directions and apparently underground car parking. The beautiful city hall building is the highlight and is lit up at night. There are restaurants all around the square ranging from a lot of formal options with outside dining to McDonald's and kebab shops that are all open late. The place was quite busy after midnight on Saturday in winter. There is currently a Christmas market happening - opens at 10:30am and closes in the early evening.
Beautiful pedestrian space in the center of Toulouse. There is a small market there Monday - Saturday from 7am-1pm, with a big market taking over the place on Wednesday from 7am-7pm. There is a gorgeous holiday market in the place for the month before Christmas. Love the people-watching!
It's a Good place . You can find a lot of option for restaurants and shopping place. Capitolium is a Good historical place to visit .
This place is in the heart of the city. Lot of empty space to walk around. Many restaurants around to dine. Don't miss Amarino ice cream around the corner! If you are in Toulouse, a walk around this place is a must.
A wonderful place. Lots of nice restaurants around. Don't miss to check the small roads around you might find some hidden gems. French Restaurants are simply the best!
I really like the atmosphere of this square. It reminds me of Spain a little. Don't forget to look up at the paintings on the ceiling of the arch area
A real joyful place, very rich you can find almost all of the famous brands there. Enjoy having a coffee or meal there.
Toulouse is really a superb city. Beautiful architecture, great restaurants, vibrant. Full of young people. La Place du Capitol is at the heart of the city. The Garonne river flows through Toulouse with lovely walks along its banks. Well worth a visit.
Always a really nice walk on this place that has shops blending in the walls of all these somptuous Historical buildings. The place is the heart of the "Old Toulouse" (Town centre) and from there you can get lost in the small animated streets around. Loads of shops, restaurants and bars in the area and often big markets on the place (there is a fabulous Christmas market in December). Definitely the first stop to make when visiting Toulouse, the Pink City.
One of the most important place to stop at when in Toulouse. This place is always a hub of activities. And many a nice shops and restaurants of Toulouse are at walkable distances from here. The quintessential city center.
A great public square. Decorated in pinkish red. Not far from the river banks. Could use some more coffee places. I recommend it
Huge square with stores and restaurants all around. Great for hanging out and there are sometimes festivals/events with music and dancing. If you have the chance, visit the City Hall - a massive building with an impressive interior. Many beautiful paintings and statues that honor French scientists and artists. Closed on Saturdays I believe, for weddings.