B&B Hotels in Toulouse
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History and urbanism
Clovis, the mediaeval "Capitoul" councillors and the wave of Catharism all marked the early centuries of Toulouse’s existence. However, it was later - in the 15th century - that the Pink City earned its nickname: the trade in pastel dye led to a boom in houses built in coloured brick. The 17th century saw the start of work on the Canal du Midi. Since the 20th century, Toulouse, spared by the industrial revolution, has been part of the conquest of the skies, as the location of choice for the major aviation businesses.
The legendary Place du Capitole is the beating heart of the City of Violets, from which the chess-board-like old town spreads out. A good tip to avoid getting lost! A visit to the Saint-Sernin Monastery is a chance to explore the mediaeval quarter, now occupied by colleges and universities, then on to the suburbs that separate the centre from the Canal du Midi, discovering the Minimes, Saint-Michel and Matabiau districts, or the Museum of Old Toulouse.
Whether in Toulouse for a family weekend or business tourism, the many bridges spanning the Garonne are all invitations to swap from one Pink City bank to the other, to explore the Château de la Reynerie and the Augustine Convent, take a breather in the Saint-Sernin Basilica before strolling through the Jardin des Plantes or sipping a coffee across from the Théâtre du Capitole.
Music, film and comedy: there’s a festival for everyone! Your stay in Toulouse might coincide with Les Siestes électroniques, Séquence Court-Métrage or Le Printemps du Rire. Toulouse Plage, the Feria Tolosa Toros and the Carnival will also leave you with unforgettable memories.
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77 boulevard de l'Embouchure
Impasse de Lisieux
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ZAC de la Grande Plaine
12 rue Claude Marie Perroud