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Cathredal in Toulouse

What are the best things to see and do in Toulouse in one day?

Known as La Ville Rose (The Pink City) for the prevalence of reddish pink “foraine” bricks in its historical architecture, Toulouse is a picturesque gem of a city.From peaceful strolls along the Garonne river or the Canal du Midi to time spent in the city’s

Eating Oysters

What Typical Foods Should I Try in Toulouse?

So, you’ve arrived in Toulouse and you want a taste of local life and culture, of the city’s atmosphere and history. Well, there’s simply no better way to get to the heart of a French city than through its food culture. France, after all, is

Toulouse Wine

The Best Wine Bars in Toulouse

As France’s fourth-largest city, it should come as no surprise to hear that Toulouse is home to a wonderfully diverse range of cultural and culinary experiences. From its bustling food markets to historical buildings, calm green spaces, and top-class museums, Toulouse possesses something for everyone.


12 Days in the South of France: Where should I go?

The south of France has it all to offer: historical cities and quaint villages, pristine beaches and azure waters, the colorful meadowlands of Provence, world-class wine and food, and museums filled with masterpieces of French art.The options available for holidaymakers in the south of France

Ferris wheel beside the river in Toulouse

The Complete Rugby Fan’s Guide to Visiting Toulouse

Toulouse is undoubtedly one of Europe’s top rugby destinations. With five European cup victories to their name, local team Stade Toulousain is the most successful club team in European rugby. Domestically, Toulouse has won a record 21 French Championship titles, something the locals are deeply

December 2020: Travel virtually to France for the holidays

December is here, Christmas lights turn on around Toulouse tonight, non-essential businesses are back open (except for bars, restaurants, theaters, and indoor sports/dance), but we're still in a sort-of lockdown in France. Permission slips are still required to go outside, but if anyone's actually checking

November 2020: Foodie things to do, read, and eat during lockdown

It feels like déjà-vu all over again. We're back on lockdown in France for (at least) the month of November (though most likely longer). You'll forgive me if this newsletter is a bit late as my priorities flew out the window after Macron's Wendesday evening

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