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Garonne River Cruise Including Dinner from Bordeaux
"Embark on your Garonne River cruise near Bordeaux city center and be welcomed aboard with a cocktail. One of France’s longest rivers the Garonne snakes through the city and the surrounding wine region and is the perfect vantage point to capture the beauty of Bordeaux. Sit back relax and enjoy views of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed buildings and landmarks that line the historic waterfront.Stately Place de la Bourse Quai Richelieu and the imposing Gothic spire of Basilica of St Michael all take on a beautiful glow at night illuminated by the orange hue of the floodlights. Camera in hand
From EUR58.00
 
Garonne River Cruise Including Lunch from Bordeaux
"Board your cruiser near Bordeaux's city center and enjoy a welcome cocktail as you settle in and begin gliding along the Garonne River. One of the largest rivers in France the Garonne runs through Bordeaux and offers sightseers beautiful views of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed buildings that line the historic waterway.Admire typical French classical and neoclassical architecture as you cruise past Place de la Bourse a dramatic 18th-century square laid out by King Louis XV's architect. Cruise along Quai Richelieu to the arch of Porte de Bourgogne pass under the Pont de Pierre bridge and admire the flamboyant Gothic spire of Basilica of St Michael.With Bordeaux's sights drifting by sit down to a lovely 3-course lunch freshly prepared on board (see sample menu below. Drinks are at your own expense). View the Port of Bassens and glide under the Pont d'Aquitaine suspension bridge to elegant Château Grattequina the turning-point of your cruise.Your 3-hour Bordeaux lunch cruise ends back at the starting point.Sample Menu:Starter (choice of one): Homemade terrine Mullet tartare with dill vinaigrette Main course (ch""
From EUR55.00
 
Hot Air Balloon Flight and Breakfast over the Volcanoes of Catalonia
"Discover the beauty of Catalonia's volcanoes from the sky at bird’s eyes view! Come and enjoy the experience of flying in a hot-air balloon over La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park one of the most interesting areas of dormant volcanoes in Europe.
 A flight in a hot-air balloon is a different way of travelling – float in the air in pure peace and quiet and enjoy the feeling of absolute freedom of perfect stillness of adventure.Ideal for nature-lovers and those searching for new sensations a hot-air balloon flight gives you a 360º bird’s-eye view of the landscape below.
 On clear days the views stretch from Montserrat to the Mediterranean Sea with the Pyrenees omnipresent in the background and the dormant volcanoes below.The activity begins bright and early in the morning (in the summer at 07.00
From EUR190.00

More Transportation in Toulouse

VélÔToulouse

Before leaving Paris I went online and ordered a seven-day ticket for the bike sharing system VélÔToulouse. This cost me all of five Euros. It is also possible to get a one-day ticket for €1.20, a...
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Nemorino
Feb 24, 2015

House of the Bicycle

This “House of the Bicycle” is located in the premises of the former Bayard Lock House on the Canal du Midi, facing the Toulouse-Matabiau railway station.The bicycle house brings together a number of...
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Nemorino
Feb 24, 2015

Cycling in Toulouse

”The Toulouse City Council works to promote the use of bicycles in the city, and to make cycling safer and more spontaneous.” So it says on the city’s website.In 2013, a magazine called TerraEco made...
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Nemorino
Feb 24, 2015

By Car: How Far/How Long...?

Some road distances to Toulouse from:- Madrid (Spain): 809 kms.- Pisa (Italy): 821kms.- Berlin (Germany): 1.714 kms.- Lublin (Poland): 2.384 kms.Checking the website, you’ll find more road distances...
Redang
Apr 25, 2010

....rent a bike (Vélo)

Renting a bike in Toulouse is a wise decision…It costs around 3 euros per day and you can see a lot more then if you were walking or taking the bus and metro….by the way, the public transport in this...
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leosantanajr
Apr 04, 2011

Toulouse Metro

There are two lines on Toulouse Metro A and B. Tickets are bought from machines which are easy to use.. accepts a selection of coins and gives change. The platform has safety doors which do not open...
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alectrevor
Sep 19, 2012
 
 
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Convenient Parking Structure in Toulouse

There is a convenient parking structure just above the Marché des Carmes. Convenient because parking on the street is tough. Grab a ticket and when you leave, find the ticket machine to pay. Located...
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GracesTrips
Feb 16, 2016

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Outside Toulouse - Excursions

Montauban is a vigorous city (pop. 51K) . It began as a bastides and traces remain at the city center. It sits above the west bank of the river Tarn next to its old bridge that now connects a suburb...
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Jacobins Church & Cloister

The Jacobean Church was begun in the 13th century by the Dominican Order of Preachers, which was founded in 1215 by Saint Dominique for the purpose of combating heresy. An unusual feature of this...
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La Garonne

You’ll never guess what the lady in this sculpture (in the first photo) is supposed to represent. Joan of Arc? No, she’s not Joan of Arc, though the shaft she is holding in her right hand does look...
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Place du Capitole

I have known for a long time that the opera house in Toulouse is called the “Théâtre du Capitole”, but I didn’t realize (never having been there before) that the Opera and the City Hall were in the...
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Gardens-Jardins

To the East of the Capitole lies the Square Charles de Gaulle also called the Jardin du Capitole. In this space the ancient Donjon of 1529 rears up (it houses the Tourist Office and the City Archives...
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St. Sernin Basilica

One of the first stops on our guided walking tour “Grand Monuments of Toulouse” was the Basilica of St. Sernin, which I had already seen from the outside while riding around on the VélÔToulouse...
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"TOULOUSE most beautiful city of the world"
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"THE WEALTH OF TOULOUSE."
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"A Premium Visit"
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"The pink city, Toulouse"
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