This eleventh-century church is one of the oldest in the Southwest. It has been completely and carefully restored and the ... More
This eleventh-century church is one of the oldest in the Southwest. It has been completely and carefully restored and the acoustics in the auditorium are excellent. It seats up to 450 people in four large 130m2 halls for concerts and dance shows; the international dance festival Danse à Toulouse and Choral Gospel Music workshop are both held here. Students from the nearby National Conservatoire come here to perform and rehearse their new productions. (prices depend on the production)
Jean de Bernuy was a wealthy, 16th century woad merchant, whose fortune was large enough to put up bail for
François Ist when he was held prisoner by Charles Quint, and to build one of the most beautiful mansions ...
Toulouse's first large hospital was founded in the Middle Ages on the left bank of the Garonne River. For centuries
it was also used as a shelter for pilgrims on their way to Saint Jacques de Compostelle. There is ...
In the heart of Toulouse, discover a pleasant bar in a typical setting. Located in an old district full of
charm, red bricks and old caves lend this musical bar style. The atmosphere is young owing to the students ...