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"Three Countries in One Day: France
"Three Countries in One Day: France Andorra and Spain from Barcelona""Where else but Europe can you visit three countries in one day? After an early start from Barcelona you’ll be in the Spanish village of Baga by 8:30am surrounded by the rocky peaks of Cadi-Moixero National Park.Explore Baga’s central square and medieval church before crossing the border into France in time for breakfast in the walled town of Mont-Louis. After traditional French fare of croissan explore the town’s 17th-century fortified citadel designed by Vauban and protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Leaving Mont-Louis at 11am
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"Private Tour: Full-Day Tour to Antibes
Private Tour: Full-Day Tour to Provence towns"Private Tour: Full-Day Tour to Antibes St Paul de Vence St Jeanet and Gourdon from Cannes""Your pleasant excursion starts in Cannes and continues along the beautiful sea road to Antibes. Antibes has so much to offerfor example the incredible harbor. The wall encircles the medieval village
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"Private Tour: 6-Hour Sightseeing tour to Saint-Paul-de-Vence
Sightseeing Tour: Saint-Paul Tourret sur Loup Pont-du-Loup"Meet your guide at the previously arranged and time and start your private tour. The first stop is the city of artists St-Paul-de-Vence This old village visible from afar among the pleasant hills and valleys of the Vence landscape. St-Paul-de-Vence has r so characteristic of the fortified settlements which protected the Var frontier until 1870. Take a stroll through the old town with your guide. You will have free time to visit the famous Modern art galleries. This city will remind you of medieval times and the guide will tell amazing stories about it.Your guide will then take you toTourrettes-sur-Loup - Tourrettes it was an important weaving town in the Middle Ages. After the Second World War it becoming a renowned centre for hand-woven-fabrics. Take a stroll through the old town with your guide and visit several of the workshops in the winding streets offer a varied range of cloth: reproductions of old Provencal fabrics colourful textiles for the high fashion market or furnishings and hand-woven-ties.Afterwards
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To and from Toulouse by train

I travelled to Toulouse from Paris on a TGV train (TGV = Train of Great Speed), leaving the station Paris-Montparnasse at 12:28 and arriving Toulouse-Matabiau five and a half hours later, at...
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Nemorino
Aug 10, 2015

Buy your train tickets in advance!!!!!

Here's the scene. You are supposed to be taking a train from Toulouse to another French city. You have already looked at the train schedule and you know which train you want. So you go to the train...
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GentleSpirit
Nov 20, 2013

Le Petit Train

Many French towns now offer a guided tour on a little train, and Toulouse was not exception.It was an ideal way of seeing quite a lot of the town in the short time I had there, and convenient, in that...
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Emmjai
Jun 12, 2003

Ligne C

La ligne C est en quelque sorte le RER toulousain. C'est une ligne de trains, spéciaux, à cadence élevée, qui relie Toulouse à Colomiers. Les rames sont très modernes, accessibles aux personnes...
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Klod5
Nov 03, 2004

Toulouse Matabiu Station

The train didn't come to Toulouse until the mid 1800's. Today Toulouse's train station is one of the centers of train transport in Southern France, The main terminal building was opened in 1903. It is...
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GentleSpirit
Nov 20, 2013

SNCF

The mainline station is Matabiau, in the northern part of the city centre. It connects with the metro (Marengo station) and the bus station is 100m to the west.You can buy tickets online in advance...
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iaint
Mar 24, 2014

Gare Matabiau

A Toulouse, la gare SNCF (des trains) est couramment appelée "Matabiau", nom du lieu où elle a été construite. Ce nom veut dire "tuer le taureau" (ce serait ici que le taureau utilisé pour le martyr...
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Klod5
Nov 01, 2004

there are big railway...

there are big railway lines,with direct trains from nice,marseille,lyon,bordeaux,bayonne,perpignan,paris.The name of the station is:toulouse-matabiau.Also an airport:toulouse-blagnac.
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fabrice
Aug 24, 2002

Train Station.

Toulouse rail line is on the route from Bordeaux and Narbonne.. Trains are run by SNCF. Timetables on SNCF site or BAHN.de
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Sep 17, 2012
 
 
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"TOULOUSE most beautiful city of the world"
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"THE WEALTH OF TOULOUSE."
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"The pink city, Toulouse"
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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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Musée des Antiques - St Raymond

I must admit that I'm not a huge fan of antiquities. I find ancient history fascinating, and love to visit museums that track the Greek colonization, Phoenician settlements, pre-Indo European...
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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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Briques roses - Pink bricks

If in combination with dressed stone as on the facade of the Capitole (photo n°1) or some private buildings (n°2) bricks in all their shades are pleasant to look at, there are public or religious...
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Musée des Augustins

The major art museum of Toulouse was founded during the French Revolution and is still located in the old Augustinian Convent, which was constructed beginning in the fourteenth century. By the...
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