Hotel Saint Sernin

2 Rue Saint Bernard, Toulouse, 31000, France
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Toulouse to London Train

by Timothywayne46

Hello, We are going to be in Toulouse in April (from the US) and it looks like we may have a trip to London to visit family as part of the mix. Would someone be able to tell me the approximate travel time from Toulouse to London by train, the most likely route (connections etc.), and a rough idea of the cost? Also, I have been to the Eurail site but don't speak French (yet!) and am having a tough time navigating the site - any tips? Thanks! Tim

RE: Toulouse to London Train

by mariev

Not sure wich site you are using : Eurail is an USA based travel agent, their site should be in English
anyway, you can innd the info on the french rail site (SNCF)
This URL is for an english version
(PS you wont find prices for more than 90 days ahead but the schedules and fares won't change much)

RE: Toulouse to London Train

by mariev

An other possibilty (may be easyer) is to fly
The low cost carrier Easyjet flies Toulouse London :

RE: RE: Toulouse to London Train

by Spincat

I recommend the easyjet way - it does depend on the time of year as to how cheap it is, but away from easter time it could be cheaper than the train by a good bit.

RE: RE: Toulouse to London Train

by Timothywayne46

Thank you. Very helpful link. And I did notice that the train is expensive (but it's such a nice way to travel compared to flying - yuk!). No direct trains from Toulouse so everything goes through Paris and takes most of a day, but I am hoping it would be a scenic trip?

RE: Toulouse to London Train

by rdkr12

You can fly direct from Toulouse to London for about 150€ return and it only takes 2 hours. For the train you need to change in Paris , get the metro and than get the Euro Star and cost wise you are looking at about 300-400€ return per person and a total time of 8 hours + depending on the metro and conections.
Photos and other stuff from our travels around France

RE: RE: Toulouse to London Train

by Spincat

I agree - I usually prefer to go by train if I can afford it. Easyjet was so cheap that time it was cheaper to go away than stay at home!

RE: RE: Toulouse to London Train

by laetitiaa

You have also the night train called 'le parisien' which does Toulouse-Paris by night. You can book a couchette and sleep during the trip and take the first eurostar in the morning.

Travel Tips for Toulouse

To move in the old Toulouse

by Klod5

In the old alleys of Toulouse, it is even possible to see, on the walls of the houses, the plate streets and numbers of houses of the XIX th century.
For the aware walker, these plates provide a fundamental information for your orientation :
- the names of the streets and the numbers of the houses on yellow plates, indicate the streets that are in the sense of the Garonne (East - West).
- the names of the streets and the numbers of the houses on white plates, indicate the streets that are perpendicular in the Garonne (South - North).

Besides, it is good to know that the numbers of the houses are ordered :
- for the parallel streets in the Garonne : of uphill downstream (in the sense of the course of the stream)
- for the perpendicular streets in the Garonne, the numbers increase more one moves away of the stream. Therefore, if you look for the number 1 of the Rue Alsace-Lorraine (embassy of Italy), it is in the beginning of this street (close to the Esquirol place), toward the uphill of the Garonne that you will find it.

Festival Toulouse les Orgues

by Klod5

Toulouse les Orgues organise chaque année une véritable fête autour de l’orgue où d’autres formes de musique et d’expressions artistiques trouvent leur place.
Tirant parti de l’exceptionnelle qualité du patrimoine organistique de Toulouse et Midi-Pyrénées, le festival propose plus de cinquante manifestations à Toulouse et dans la région.
Depuis 2002, Toulouse les Orgues élargit son champ d’action en s’adressant au jeune public.

Toulouse the Organs organize every year a real feast around the organ where finds their place of other shapes of music and artistic expressions.
Pulling party of the exceptional quality of the heritage of organ of Toulouse and South of France - Pyrenees, the festival proposes more than fifty demonstrations in Toulouse and in the region.
Since 2002, Toulouse the Organs widen its field of action while addressing to the young public.

Festival international Toulouse les Orgues
34, rue Pargaminières
31000 Toulouse
tél : +33 (0)5 61 22 20 44
fax : +33 (0)5 62 27 67 61
e-mail :

Lagrasse - visit the centre of...

by ChrsStrl

Lagrasse - visit the centre of the village to see the ancient market hall. The village has mediaeval streets & unexpected ancient doors. A covered ancient central market is of stone columns with a wooden roof. The roof has carved wooden capitals.

To one side outside a house a birdcage hangs - inside a toy parrot. Cobbled streets and craft shops with the shop signs nicely done in iron. The old bridge is beautifully curved over the river and gives vista of the abbey beyond which is lovely in the sun. A truly old town. It seems popular with the English and one can see why. The forested hills rise behind dark green in the sun & from the square the green sycamores form a lightness that dapples the street.

Fountains and statues (1)

by Emmjai

Toulouse seemed to have a lot of these. Unfortunatly, I now cannot remember much about the statue subject. Perhaps some VT'er out there will help me. I think it is Victor Hugo (but am not sure)


Art collection in the Hotel d'Assezat

by Spincat

The Bemberg Collection is housed in the very lovely Hotel d'Assezat, a palatial 16th century residence just off the Rue de Metz, between the Pont Neuf and Place Esquirol.

The collection of paintings includes works by Gauguin, Matisse, Canaletto, Guardi, Cranach, and Bonnard, as well as antique furniture.

Entrance fee, as of late 2004, is 7.35 €

Hours are
Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 12. 30pm and 3.30pm - 6pm


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 Hotel Saint Sernin

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Address: 2 Rue Saint Bernard, Toulouse, 31000, France