How to spend 24 hrs in Toulouse

So, you are here in Toulouse and thinking about how to spend 24 hrs in Toulouse? We are here to guide you. Toulouse is the fourth biggest French city which is also known as pink city or rose city due to brick colored buildings in the whole city. There are many places to visit in the city like museums, Rugby land, you can go for a boat trip or aeroscopy as well. To get lost in the city the best means of traveling is cycling and the best part is that it is available on rent as well. For this one-day trip you need to take food with you if you are foodie. Now let’s take a start about tips on “how to spend 24 hrs in Toulouse”.

Take a start from the main square of Toulouse yes, the Capitole, you are going to admire the architecture and yeah take some time out to visit the interior as well. Hey, don’t forget to take a coffee with you while visiting the interior, you can find a book store on Gambetta Street if your interest is book reading it is the place not to forget. After this your next destination is Saint-Sernin Basilica which is going to impress you with its interior and exterior both. Lucky one’s get a chance to witness an organ rehearsal or listen to it. Now you are going for a brief visit to one of the most fascinating parts of Toulouse i.e., the Bouquières district which is just 2 km away in the south. Some beautiful villas, like Hôtel d’Ulmo which is located on Rue Ninau 15 and tiny streets maze is the beautiful part of this region.

You have spent a few hours, the time is for lunch and this place is best for lunch time. You can enjoy some authentic, delicious and inexpensive Vietnamese food which is cooked by a Vietnamese lady and her daughter, for this lunch you will have to cross a nearby bridge and in Saint Cyprien there is the famous Le Pont Neuf and head to Le Petite Ménagerie which offers this food. Identification of this small place is not that easy, but you need to make sure that you have reserved your table in advance. L’Estaminet Cafe & Bookstore is another choice across the street if you don’t prefer Vietnamese, it offers delicious crumbles, light meals, various teas in a relaxing atmosphere. Canal du Midi, and Canal de Brienne are some stunning canals in Toulouse waiting for you, for these canals well organized bike paths are available with clean environment and greenery in the surrounding. If you are interested in traveling between the city to Thau’s Etang near the Mediterranean, then Canal du Midi is the one to be followed but you can plan it some other day.

Done with the canal visit, if you are looking for shopping for some souvenirs and gifts you have an option of La Mucca, the owner and one of the creators of the product says that they are inspired by poetry. If you are a cat lover there is a place just 600 m away for you, where you can have tea with a cat and this place is Chapristea. Even those who are not cat lovers they also find it an amazing and special experience. Done with having fun with a cat and relaxing tea but you had a busy day we are going to share an ideal spot to be visited after spending a busy day. That spot is Toulouse Japanese Garden. This small place is completely inspired by the Japanese culture but comes up with an exotic escape with fresh air and a pavilion for meditation or reading.

Hey! You are not done with How to spend 24 hrs in Toulouse without a perfect sunset and a view of the city, you can go for a drink on the 6th floor of the Galeries Lafayette in the panoramic bar for the perfect ending of this 24-hour trip. 

Last but not least as emergencies do occur from time to time, you can find your out of hour pharmacy through

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