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Why Fly to Toulouse?
Known as the Ville Rose because of the pink hue of its buildings, Toulouse is an attractive city in southwest France. Being a university town with the third largest student population in France, it has a laid-back feel and youthful café and bar scene. Aside from its architectural gems, Toulouse has a good selection of visitor attractions, not to mention an appealing temperate climate. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Toulouse.
Flying to Toulouse from the UK
It is possible to find cheap flights to Toulouse departing from a number of UK airports as the destination is well-served by low-cost airlines. Several UK airports offer direct flights to Toulouse including London Heathrow and Gatwick, Bristol, Belfast, Edinburgh, Birmingham and Manchester. From London airports the non-stop flight takes less than two hours.
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Which Airlines Fly to Toulouse?
There are direct services to Toulouse from airports across the UK. British Airways fly non-stop to Toulouse from London Heathrow, while easyJet offer direct flights to Toulouse from London Gatwick and Bristol. Jet2.com also offers low-cost flights to Toulouse. Its direct flights depart from Belfast and Edinburgh. bmiBaby runs a service from Manchester to Toulouse. KLM offer one-stop flights to Toulouse from Liverpool via [Amsterdam], while British Airways stop in [London Heathrow] and Lufthansa go via [Munich]. If you are departing from Liverpool it might be worth considering travelling from Manchester Airport instead, as direct flights may be cheaper.
Mini Travel Guide to Toulouse
The simple pleasures in Toulouse are to be found wandering the streets of its historic centre and admiring the architecture. Look around and you will see beautiful churches and grand mansions. After a morning spent exploring, join locals at one of Toulouse’s pavement cafes for a coffee and a spot of people watching. The magnificent Place du Capitole is considered the heart of Toulouse and its bars and restaurants in the shadow of the monumental Town Hall are great places to sit and watch the world go by.
For a taste of French life, head to one of Toulouse’s many markets. These often take place in the city’s squares. At several of these – including the Wednesday market at Place du Capitole - it is possible to pick up local specialities including fine French cheeses, meats and wines. Food lovers will generally be spoilt in Toulouse. The choice of restaurants offering gourmet dishes is impressive. For a hearty meal, try a cassoulet, a regional speciality made with haricot beans and meat.