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The 7 Best Instagrammable Spots In Toulouse

The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Toulouse

If ever a city was made for Instagram then it was Toulouse.  Its nickname is La Ville Rose (‘The Pink City’) because of the red-pink clay bricks that are used in the buildings.

Throw in a gorgeous summer-y climate and its exciting fusion of cultures from being so close to the Spanish border and you’ve got a real gem of a place to visit.

Get your camera out and get ready to take some amazing shots of this lovely French city.

Toulouse Instagram spots:

1. Jardin Japonais

A little peaceful zen oasis of calm that will help you escape the madness of the city. Beautifully manicured trees and a cute little red bridge to pose on. What more could you ask for from a summer stroll?

 

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2. Capitole de Toulouse

This is the city’s lovely main square that very much defines the city. The cafes and restaurants in the surrounding streets are the perfect place foe a bite to eat al fresco and enjoy a spot of people watching.

 

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3. Basilique Saint-Sernin

One of the most striking and impressive churches in all of France. Built in about 1100, this was recently listed as a UNESCO world heritage site. Impressive both inside and out.

 

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4. Galeries Lafayette rooftop terrace

This department store (which also has the same luxurious experience in Paris) has a rooftop that offers probably the best view out over the city. Stay for the sunset – it’s ideal views from up here.

 

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5. Toulouse’s red bricks

The city is known for being “The Pink City” and you’ll find endless stunning Instagrammable walls across the city. Most of them are just people’s houses, so keep that in mind when getting the ‘gram.

 

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6. Pont-Saint-Pierre

Pont-Saint-Pierre is a pretty bridge during the day, but it really comes into its own at night when the city lights up and the River Garonn glistens in the reflection.

 

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7.  Hotel Assezat

A wonderful old mansion built in 1555 that is still every bit as impressive today as it was the day it was built. The courtyard is the perfect spot for your snap.

 

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