Biggest city of the French southwest, Toulouse, is the capital of the historic region of Languedoc, and the new region of Occitanie.
Toulouse is the center of the aeronautic and spatial industries in France and Europe, attracting many business travelers.
Toulouse has one main train station (Toulouse-Matabiau). But most of the the travelers choose to come by flying, due to the city geographic situation ; they land at the Toulouse-Blagnac airport.
The city is divided in 22 districts: Capitole - Arnaud Bernard – Carmes, Amidonniers - Compans-Caffarelli, Les Chalets/Bayard/Belfort - St-Aubin/Dupuy, Saint-Cyprien, Croix de Pierre - Route d’Espagne, Fontaine Lestang - Bagatelle - Papus - Tabar – Bordelongue, Fontaine Bayonne – Cartoucherie, Minimes - Barrière-de-Paris - La Salade - La Vache, Sept Deniers – Ginestous, Lalande - Grand Selve, Les Izards-Trois Cocus - Borderouge - Croix-Daurade – Paleficat, Bonnefoy - La Roseraie – Gramont, Jolimont - Soupetard – Bonhoure, Côte Pavée - L’Hers - La Terrasse, Pont des Demoiselles - Montaudran - La Terrasse, Rangueil - Sauzelong - Pech-David – Pouvourville, Saint-Michel - Le Busca - Empalot - Saint Agne, Arènes Romaines - Saint-Martin-du-Touch, Lardenne - Les Pradettes - Basso Cambo, Mirail - Reynerie – Bellefontaine, Saint-Simon, Lafourguette.
Often called the “Ville rose” (“pink city”), is renowned for its gastronomy (cassoulet, ducks, etc.) but also for some of its landmarks such as: The Capitole plaza, the Cité de l’espace (space center), or the Pont-Neuf bridge...
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