Enjoy your flight to Toulouse with Air France

Toulouse - the 'pink city' with a great economic heritage

The attractive city of Toulouse is also known as "La Ville Rose" (the pink city) because many of its buildings appear to be this colour. It is the fourth biggest city in France and a popular destination for visitors and businesspeople. Toulouse has a solid industrial centre, especially in aerospace, and the headquarters of the plane manufacturer Airbus are in the city. It is possible to take a tour of the local Airbus factory in the city during busy times of the year. There are also many attractions for those people wishing to visit Toulouse for their holidays.
If you choose to fly to Toulouse with the largest French airline, Air France, then there are many benefits and offers. There are flights from Singapore Changi Airport to Toulouse Blagnac Airport several times a week. Why not book online for your airplane ticket? You can save time by checking in online , as well as book rental cars and your own personal choices for your flight, such as the size of baggage, your seat location, and your dining options. There is some great entertainment available throughout your flight, as there is a personal video screen that shows movies, music, and games.

Toulouse has many interesting museums and a beautiful canal

There are many interesting attractions to enjoy during your stay in Toulouse. For example, if you enjoy ballet or opera, the Theatre de Capitole has regular performances. To learn more about space exploration and aerospace, you can visit the City of Space, which is also a theme park. You can walk around the beautiful Jardin des Plantes, a botanical garden. If the weather is not so good then the adjacent Natural History Museum (called the Museum de Toulouse) has some well-presented exhibits of the natural world. Le Château d'Eau displays regularly changing exhibitions of photography, and the architecture of the Pont Neuf is nearby. There are a number of other popular art galleries, such as the art and artefacts of the Musée des Augustins and the Asian art of the Musée Georges Labit. The Musée Saint-Raymond displays antiquities, ancient sculptures and archaeological artefacts.
The attractive Basilica of St Serni is well visited as it is on one of the routes of the Santiago de Compostela, an ancient pilgrimage route that is travelled by tens of thousands of people every year, on foot, bike or sometimes horseback. The Canal du Midi can be seen via a boat trip, or you can wander down the picturesque towpath.
There are a number of interesting local dishes to Toulouse to sample, including Saucisses de Toulouse, a sausage, and garbure, which is a cabbage soup. You can travel round the city using its bus, tram and metro system. There is also a Tourist Pass available, which gives entrance to some attractions and transport for a set period of time for one price. There is much to do on an evening, as there are many bars, restaurants and nightclubs, and the city is known for its celebratory culture.

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