Where to go
Toulouse has rich history and sensational places to visit. You could
plan a visit to the ancient roman architectural buildings, tinsel
towns and the fairy lights. On the other hand, if you are a wanderer,
take a stroll in the market place, the historic neighborhood or
the beautifully planted gardens and parks.
Nibble at the scrumptious food served at all restaurants or sip
a cup of coffee at the cafeteria while the people of Toulouse show
Exchange money at banks, bureaux de change offices, some hotels
and some post offices. It is also often possible to withdraw money
from cash machines (ATMs).
These are the safest way of carrying money and are widely accepted
throughout France. To avoid extra exchange rate charges it is
advisable to use travelers’ cheques.
Access, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club, and Visa are
all widely accepted at restaurants, shops, theatres etc in France
Tasteful products from Toulouse (famous cassoulet, foie gras, confits,
cakes, jams and others sweets), local arts and crafts - traditional
or innovative (made-in-wood toys, pieces of pottery, jewellery,
clothes, candles, decorations, fine leather goods…) as well
as the inevitable hot chestnuts, hot drinks and the exhalations
of mulled wine to take away or to savor leaning at a window’s
chalet… Traveling salesman offer you colored balloons and
Father Christmas is walking through the market offering children
(or adults) sweets, barley sugars and traditional photos with him.
While you travel to Toulouse the length of your stay can be accommodated
through short term travel insurance, long term travel insurance
(such as backpacker insurance) or annual travel insurance. If you
are a frequent traveler, you may benefit from multi trip travel
insurance on your Toulouse break.
Need to organize travel, accommodation, and sightseeing in Toulouse?
Let a destination management company do the hard work and planning