The city of Toulouse

The pink city

Near CARLA BAYLE, TOULOUSE the 4th citie of France, an important university pole, possesses historical monuments which you need to visit. Furthermore, they are mostly located in the heart of the city, so visiting them is easy and stress-free.

The basilica Saint Sernin

Built to house the relics of Saint Saturnin, bishop of Toulouse, is today the largest Romanesque church preserved in Europe. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site as one of the roads to Saint-Jacques de Compostelle.

The Jacobins Church

Considered the most beautiful Dominican church in Christian Europe. 80 meters long and 20 meters wide, it offers a breathtaking interior. One discovers there is the famous "palm tree" of the Jacobins and its 22 flangs that support the choir of the Church.


The Place du Capitole is the heart and the emblem of the city of Toulouse. This monument houses the town hall and the theater.



Many other sites are open to visitors: the Hotel d'Assezat, the Saint-Etienne Cathedral, the Hotel de Bernuy...

The emblem of Toulouse is a flower, the violet. The barge "Maison de la Violette" anchored on the Canal du Midi is accessible and offers an exhibition to discover the world of this beautiful flower to understand the origins of this poorly known symbol.