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Known as the pink city, Toulouse is the ideal destination for an exciting, immersive holiday or short break. Between its abundant cultural heritage and present-day local cultural wealth, Toulouse has something to impress everyone. Try one of our superb aparthotels in Midi-Pyrénées, especially the ones in the beautiful city of Toulouse, at affordable prices and make the most of the latest promotions! Book easily and quickly on our website and choose from a range of services such as WiFi, a breakfast buffet or housekeeping. Get some well-earned rest then go off to explore the city!
Slow down your pace of life in the city of Toulouse while taking in its beautiful architecture and nearby green areas. It really offers something for everyone. Whether you are travelling with friends, your partner or as a family, there are activities on offer for all tastes and ages. Choose from a walk through the city centre, a day out at the leisure park or a tour of the city's museums to liven up your stay.
Leisure activities in Toulouse
You will not run out of ideas to liven up your stay in Toulouse. Start off with some fresh air on a run along the Garonne River. Enjoy the calming effect of the river and explore the quieter suburban areas. Children can have fun in the aqua centre, paddling in the various pools and making the most of the entertainment. In the summer, go for a day out at the Sesquière leisure park and try cable skiing or wakeboarding, then try a delicious snack in one of its restaurants. Budding astronomers will head to the Cité de l'Espace space centre. Learn about the biggest space missions, see real space machines and touch space rocks. For a more relaxing activity, opt for a river cruise on a boat or a barge. Some boat tours are commentated. You can even please all the family by opting for a canoeing/kayaking day.
Cultural activities in Toulouse
Start off with a stroll through the city and admire its beautiful architecture, then stop off at the Théâtre du Capitole and its vast square. You may want to see an opera, dance show or even a play. It is up to you to choose from the range of entertainment on offer while you are in the city. Whatever you choose, you must stop and look at the theatre's incredible 18th-century façade. Then, visit the unique Basilica of Saint-Sernin, which houses relics from Saint Saturnin, the first Bishop of Toulouse. Then, head to the Musée des Augustins. This magnificent museum used to be the Augustins Convent but now houses an impressive art collection. Go to admire its sculptures and paintings from the Roman era all the way up to the start of the 20th century. Finally, admire the Pont-Neuf, or "new bridge", which crosses the Garonne River and links Place du Pont-Neuf and Rue de la République. But don't be fooled by its name! It is actually the oldest bridge in the city.