209.5 km - 18 JULY 2019
“Toulouse doesn’t have a city hall, but it does have its majestic Capitole!”

Viewed from the cafe terraces out on the square, you can’t help but swoon at this neoclassical masterpiece! Le Capitole, whose current layout dates from 1848, is today home to the city hall as well as a theatre! Visitors can admire the Henri IV courtyard, the Salle des Illustres and the opulent grand staircase!
You should also pop into No. 3 Place du Capitole: this unique 400m² space has a programme of regular modern art exhibitions.


A gourmet break in Fronton

With notes of spices, black berries, and violet... wine aficionados will immediately recognise the unique character of La Négrette. There’s nothing like it anywhere else. In red or white, it is the perfect pairing for grilled meats or soft cheese.
Find out for yourself in one of the Fronton vineyards, between Toulouse and Montauban!


Up among the stars and walking on the moon!

Walk on the surface of the moon or drop in to the Mir Space Station... These are just some of the experiences you can have at the 2500m² interactive Space City in Toulouse.
In 2019, to celebrate 50 years since man first walked on the moon, the Space City has a special programme with a new exhibition and IMAX film.


A unique cruise in the Ariege Pyrenees

At the heart of a nature reserve and 60 metres underground, you can discover the Labouiche river on a pleasant outing on a boat. Rock formations, lakes, waterfalls, and Gallo-Roman ruins are just some of the rocky surprises visitors will encounter along the river. Quiet contemplation, emotions, and magic, just two hours from Toulouse.


Anquetil anointed in Bagnère de Bigorre in 1963 (150km from Toulouse)

The thermal spa town of Bagnères de Bigorre, a stage in the 2019 Tour de France, has anointed many great names in cycling, like Raphaël Geminiani, winner of the first city stage in 1952, and then his protégé, Jacques Anquetil in 1963. It was a memorable win for Anquetil, as his first mountain victory.


Life with the Gauls

ArchéoSite immerses visitors in the times of Vercingetorix! Located 4km from Gaillac and less than an hour’s drive from Toulouse, the Village Gaulois is a life-size historical re-enactment of everyday life as a Gaul. You will find craftsmen at work in the goldsmith, blacksmith, weaving, and pottery workshops.