Toulouse is a city located in southwestern France, situated between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean at the foot of the Pyrenees. Toulouse is the fourth largest city in France and combines medieval architecture with bohemian music, delicious food, leafy green canals and tiny cobbled streets, creating a truly unique experience. The city offers a calendar filled with outdoor concerts, arts festivals, and food markets. It is home to several Michelin-starred restaurants and several UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Toulouse is the centre of the European aerospace industry, being home to the headquarters of multiple companies including Airbus, Galileo positioning system, the SPOT satellite system, ATR aircraft manufacture, and the Aerospace Valley. Toulouse also serves as the European headquarters of Intel and CNES’s Toulouse Space Centre, the largest space center in Europe. Toulouse offers plenty of options for anyone searching for an office space location.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Basilique St Sernin is a Romanesque basilica that offers incredible beauty. It is made from soft pink bricks and stone, which give a gentle edge to its majestic dimensions. This church is on the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites. Rue du Taur leads the way to the basilica. Any visit to Toulouse would be incomplete without a visit to Le Colombier. This restaurant specialises in Cassoulets, the region’s signature dish, and it has been making them since 1874. A Cassoulet is made with Toulouse sausage, confit du canard (duck stored in its own fat), white beans, goose, and pork slices.
The closest airport is the Toulouse-Blagnac International Airport in the suburb of Blagnac and there is an airport shuttle to the city centre, running every 20 minutes. This airport offers flights to important cities throughout Europe. Additionally the Carcassonne Salvaza Airport in Carcassonne is 50 minutes by train from Toulouse. The Toulouse metro system provides access to across the city as you will come across metro stations frequently.