Citadines Toulouse Wilson

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

8 Blvd. de Strasbourg, Toulouse, Midi-Pyrenees, 31000, France
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train or bus

by vidhyamss

hi i am travelling to toulouse in last week of october. which is the best way to go rodez from toulouse.

Re: train or bus

by puerto_lover

Depends.
This is a good map showing the rail network and you have a choice of direct trains taking around 2 hours.

http://www.ter-sncf.com/Regions/midi_pyrenees/Fr/Se_deplacer_en_TER/Avant_mon_voyage/Plan_de_ligne/Carte_Flash.aspx?region=midi_pyrenees

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Travel Tips for Toulouse

The Cour Henri IV in the Capitole

by hquittner

On the inside looking East after entry from the West, one faces two architectural creations. The lower part is the Portal of Nicholas Bachelier (1546), the town’s great architect, and above it a polychromed stone statue of Henri IV and decorative outer works (by Souffron in the 17C). The lateral sides of the court have handsome arcades. The inner side. looking to the West is a simpler echo of the inner side to the East. (We did not visit the finely decorated interior. It is a beautiful ensemble.

Les Jacobins

by Klod5

L'ensemble conventuel des Jacobins doit son nom aux Dominicains qui possedaient un couvent, a Paris, rue Saint-Jacques.
En 1229, un riche marchand, Pons Capdenier, legue l'emplacement a l'ordre des freres precheurs (connu sous le nom de Dominicains), cree par Dominique Guzman (Saint-Dominique). Saint-Dominique vecu a Toulouse, et sa maison existe toujours, elle a ete amenagee en musee et l'on peut voir, certains jours, sa chambre, des tableaux. Plus tard, la maison de Dominique et des Dominicains sera l'endroit ou les freres interrogeront (sous la torture) les Cathares*, avant de les envoyer au bucher. Cette maison est desormais connue a Toulouse sous le nom de Maison de l'Inquisition.
Mais, revenons aux Jacobins...
La premiere pierre, du premier couvent et de la premiere eglise, est posee le 24 decembre 1230. Raymond de Falgar, eveque de Toulouse, y celebre, le 5 aout 1234, la canonisation de Saint-Dominique.
The conventual whole of the Dominican friars owes its name to the Dominicans who possessed a convent, has Paris, Street Saint Jacques.
In 1229, a rich merchant, Pons Capdenier, bequeath the site has the order of the preachy brothers (known as Dominicans), create by Dominique Guzman (Saint - Dominique). Saint-Dominique lived has Toulouse, and his house always exists, it has been arranged in museum and one can see, some days, his room, of the pictures. Later, the house of Dominique and Dominicans will be the place or the brothers will interrogate (under the torture) the Cathars, before sending them to the stake. This house is known henceforth has Toulouse under the name of House of the Inquisition.
But, let's come back to the Dominican friars...
The first stone, of the first convent and the first church, is put December 24, 1230. Raymond of Falgar, bishop of Toulouse, there famous, August 5, 1234, the canonization of Saint-Dominique.

rugby crazy

by iaint

if you visit Toulouse during the rugby season try to go to a game; the whole south west of France is mad about rugby, and Toulouse is the epicentre;
buy local daily newspaper La Depeche du Midi on Friday/Saturday for details of games, or Midi Olympique - a rugby weekly newspaper (comes out Tuesday, i think);
Stade Toulousain is the big team, but there are others - Colomiers for example.
Their own stadium (Stade Ernest Wallon) holds 19,000, but for big games they play at the municipal stadium. have a good lunch with wine and garlic before you go - to get in the mood, then pastis afterwards (beer is not so common after rugby there)

Elle se faufile partout : La Navette

by Klod5

La Navette, c'est le nom donné au bus électrique mis en service en décembre 2003 dans le centre ville. Cette ligne, très particulière fait un circuit dans les petites rues du centre ville. Ce circuit est matérialisé sur la chaussée par une ligne rouge foncé. Vous pouvez monter dans La Navette à l'endroit que vous voulez (sur sn circuit), et elle vous laissera à l'endroit précis que vous indiquerez au conducteurs. Silencieux, petits, ces bus ont été aménagés d façon conviviale. A l'intérieur, c'est plus "le petit salon où l'on cause" qu'un moyen de transport anonyme et froid.
A quand d'autres lignes de ce type dans la ville ?

La Navette (The Shuttle), it is the name given to the electric bus put in service in December 2003 in the center town. This line, very particular makes a circuit in the small streets of the center city. This circuit is materialized on the pavement by a dark red line. You can go up right side up in The Shuttle that you want (on sn circuit), and it will let you precise right side up that you will indicate to the drivers. Silent, small, these buses have been arranged d convivial way. Inside, it is more "the small lounge where one debates" that an anonymous and cold transportation means.
To when of other lines of this type in the city ?

le Capitole

by rwlittle

The façade of le Capitole...we snapped this photo using my wide angle lens, there was no other way to get the whole building into the shot.

Le Capitole was built in 1753. It houses Hotel de Ville (city hall), as well as the Theatre du Capitole. The photo shows the large square in front of the building, which is also surrounded by a number of shops and cafes. The tourist info center is nearby.

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Address: 8 Blvd. de Strasbourg, Toulouse, Midi-Pyrenees, 31000, France