Ibis Gare Matabiau

14 Boulevard Bonrepos, Toulouse, Midi-Pyrenees, 31000, France
Ibis Gare Matabiau
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Toulouse airport to Lourdes

by ajc_dvo

I am planning to visit Lourdes in October. I will take Easyjet from Madrid to Toulouse. My questions are;
1. How to get from Toulouse airport to Toulouse train station? By taxi or bus? How much it costs for the taxi or bus?
2. How much is the train fare from Toulouse to Lourdes? Do I have to buy the tickets in advance or it is fine to buy it when I am already station?
3. Is it possible to return to Toulouse on the same day from Lourdes? Where can you suggest for the best overnight stay - Toulouse or Lourdes?
4. In Lourdes train station, how to get to the Lourdes church? Taxi or by foot?

Re: Toulouse airport to Lourdes

by rdillihunt

I am visiting lourdes later this month.
I have same questions as you. Have you come up with any answers? thanks

Re: Toulouse airport to Lourdes

by ajc_dvo

Unfortunately, I got no answer. When are you going to Lourdes? I'll be there on 17-19th of this month. My concern is that I will arrive in Toulousse airport around 9pm then I am not so sure if I can take the train going to Lourdes before midnight.

Re: Toulouse airport to Lourdes

by mike_england

Hi, any tips how you manage to go Lourdes from Toulouse airport..
am going to Lourdes on wednesday?
you can email me at this address for a tip.

thanks

Michael.alamar@fluor.com or
michael.alamar@yahoo.com

Travel Tips for Toulouse

Fierras de Mont de Marsan

by s_odyssey

The fierras happen in the Basque regions of France throughout the summer. This particular one took place in Mont de Marsan, a south-west village not too far from where Dartagnan and his companions chilled a long time ago. A manifesto of white t-shirts, red bandanas, great atmosphere, plenty to drink and many to drink it with. Who can stay clean??? A special hello out to Gaby whom I was never able to find! AKA Pena de Gaby...

La salles des Illustres au Capitole

by Klod5

La Salle des Illustres, devant contenir les bustes des personnages toulousains célèbres, est mise en chantier sur décision capitulaire sen 1674. La salle des mariages actuelle n'a plus aucun rapport avec la création de 1674 et les bustes ont été dispersés lors de la destruction de l'ancienne salle en 1887. Elle a été considérablement agrandie à ses deux extrémités.
Go discover the Salle des Illustres, that looks so much like the Gallery Farnese, in Rome.

Place Saint-Étienne

by mikey_e

This is the fairly large square onto which the western doors of the Cathédrale Saint-Étienne give. It's kind of a funny square, not because of the architecture (it is absolutely beautiful) but because the sheer size of the Cathedral dwarfs the square and somehow makes it seem slightly ridiculous - sort of like one of those deserted Plaza Mayors in a sleepy Mexican town. The Place Saint-Étienne has an exquisite large fountain and immaculate stonework that nevertheless makes it feel like a throwback to the Ancien Régime, and a few permanent book-stalls with some odd titles (a lot on Communism) but that give your feet a bit of a rest while you browse through the titles.

La Marquiere

by ChrsStrl about La Marquiere

A small upstairs place right on the ramparts of Carcassonne it is run by a friendly couple.Michelle & Bernard Marius.

We were astonished to find the restaurant turning people away at 9.00 saying they were finished. And this appears a pattern in La Cite for, afterwards, as we wander the floodlit ramparts, we notice most restaurants closing. Perhaps early June is not regarded as the 'season' here? Some nice things to note: 2 guests were caught in a sudden rainstorm on the way to the restaurant and Michelle appeared with 2 dry shirts offering to take, dry and iron their wet ones. And an American couple arrived after finishing time to take up a reservation they had made, having got lost.

The timing appears to apply to Mondays only. The next day all is alive & flourishing at 10.00pm. Either the 'traditional' menu at 31€ and choose good ham, a nice piece of cod on ratatouille followed by chevre with honey and a choice from the dessert list, in this case pineapple though turning down the kirsch option.

I began with lovely salmon (going for the menu of the sea at 36€), followed by nicely presented steamed fish - the proprietor warns that small bones may still remain despite their care - and then a couple of cheeses. I finished with a chocolate concoction that is topped by chocolate beans.

Hotel of Assezat - Bermberg Fundation

by Klod5

The hôtel d'Assezat has belonged to the town of Toulouse for nearly 100 years, and under the terms of the bequest it houses the "Academies et societes savantes", a group of six historic cultural and scientific organisations - one founded as early as 1323.
It was built in the second half of the XVIth century for Pierre Assezat, a prosperous merchant in the pastel trade that flourished at the time. Pierre Assezat came to Toulouse from the town of Espalion in the early XVIth century to join older brothers already involved in the business, and became the heir and successor to the business in 1545. He was married to the daughter of Toulouse's "Capitoul" or town magistrate, who was also officer general to the dowager Queen Eleanor of Austria. Pierre Assezat himself became Capitoul of the town in 1552. From 1551 he began to acquire land suitable for the construction of a great house, and on the 25th March 1555 he agreed a working contract with a master mason, Jean Castagne, and the architect-sculptor Nicolas Bachelier to build a house formed by two perpendicular wings linked by the staircase. When Nicolas Bachelier died in 1557, his son Dominique directed the construction of the entrance porch, the open gallery onto the courtyard, and the splendid "coursiere" - an upper gallery that crowns the blind party wall.

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Address: 14 Boulevard Bonrepos, Toulouse, Midi-Pyrenees, 31000, France