Istanbul-Toulouse 2,366.37 TL
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There are 76 flights operating between Istanbul and Toulouse. You may find frequent flights from Istanbul, London and Milan to Toulouse.
Are you looking for cheap fares for Toulouse flights? In the coming 3 months: Adana Toulouse 4,241 TL, Ankara Toulouse 4,421 TL and Athens Toulouse 1,436 TL
Better to book your flight to Toulouse 20 days before departure to get the best fares on average.
July and August months are the highest season for France, Toulouse. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: October and September.
Headquarters of the Haute-Garonne Department and Midi-Pyrénées Region, Toulouse is located in southwestern France. The city, where most of the final assembly lines of Airbus are built, is an important center of the European aviation industry. Producing France's third highest gross domestic product, Toulouse has a very young population as it is a university city.
Also known as the Pink City, Toulouse has a postcard-like silhouette. It shows the traces of art and history with its small balconies decorated with wrought iron details and streets surrounded by colorful building facades.
Midi-Pyrénées is the largest of France's 26 regions, with historic cities, castles, forests, rivers and historic waterways. The history of Toulouse, a green and peaceful area, goes back two thousand years. After the Celts, the Romans, Visigoths and Saint Sernin, who brought Christianity to the city, had a great influence. Toulouse has been named the "Pink City" because of the magnificent light plays on the brick texture at sunrise and sunset, reflections and houses in a riot of colors.
Places to visit
The local bricks and roof tiles are the most striking feature of Toulouse architecture. The city, where you feel the warmth of the south in every square meter, is one of the most lively and sympathetic cities of France, kneaded with the sweet breezes of Spain.
The Basilica of Saint Sernin, built with bricks unique to the city, immediately catches the eye with its majesty. Le Capitol Square, the National Theater are concrete reflections of the city's cultural identity. The symbol of Toulouse, the Capitole de Toulouse, the tower Donjon du Capitole built to protect the city, the Jacobins Church, the Carmélites Chapel, M.S. Roman monument dating back to the 1st century, amphitheater, Saint-Raymond Museum, Musée Abattoirs, a contemporary art museum. Basacle is where the first bridge was built over the Gronne River. The hydroelectric power plant, which was established in 1890 to provide electricity to the city, is also located here. The power plant, which is in operation today, has been converted into a walking area open to guests.
The part of the city that expands towards the Garonne River is actually an early Roman settlement. For this reason, many red brick buildings and small streets in this part are dominated by Roman architecture. The Garonne River and its shore are a beauty to be discovered on their own. This transitional part of the river, which connects France to the Atlantic, is full of 18th century structures. Saint Jacques Road, which Christians travel on foot or by bicycle to become pilgrims, the contemporary art museum Musée Abattoirs, Jardin des Plantes, La Basilique Saint-Sernin, Jacobins Monastery Complex and Capitole Square are the first things that come to mind when Toulouse is mentioned. Many sights are within walking distance. Metro and bus lines, which go to almost every point of the city, are among the public transportation options that can be used. Boats called Toulouse Croisieres allow you to explore the city along the Garonne River. The symbol of Toulouse, the Capitole de Toulouse, the tower Donjon du Capitole built to protect the city, the Carmélites Chapel, MS. Roman monument dating back to the 1st century, the amphitheater, the Saint-Raymond Museum, the Musée Abattoirs, a contemporary art museum. Henri Gaussen Botanical Garden is a public green space on weekdays and especially on hot days. There are more than 5,000 plant species in the garden. Plants are divided into three parts: edible, industrial and medicinal. Garden; It is managed by Paul Sabatier University as part of Tuluz Natural History Museum.
Eating and drinking
Duck is the most special food of the region, indispensable for dinners in Toulouse, which is full of culinary variety and hearty products just like other French cities. You can find duck dishes in almost every restaurant. Foie gras foie gras, black pork gascon, sausage, bean stew cassoulet, almond, lemon, apricot and powdered sugar cake le fénétra, roquefort, bleu des causses, laguile and rocamadour cheeses, Armagnac cognac and Pousse-Rapiere liqueur are the best in the region. among the most consumed flavors. There are very nice restaurants in the center of the city and especially on the west side. Toulouse restaurants also offer various options to try North African cuisine. You can fill your stomach in the cafes of Colmado Restaurant, L'Entrecote, L'Amphitryon, Restorers in Au coeur du quartier des Carmes, Bar du Matin and Place du Capitole.
How to Get to Toulouse
It is possible to reach Toulouse Blagnac Airport by Turkish Airlines' direct flight, which takes 3 hours and 40 minutes every day. You can be in the city in 20 minutes from the airport, which is 10 km away from the city center.
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|Adana - Toulouse||4,241.29|
|Ankara - Toulouse||4,420.66|
|Antalya - Toulouse||4,377.94|
|Berlin - Toulouse||3,492.91|
|Brussels - Toulouse||642.68|
|Dusseldorf - Toulouse||2,751.04|
|Basel Mulhouse - Toulouse||1,329.45|
|Istanbul - Toulouse||2,366.37|
|Izmir - Toulouse||3,587.97|
|Lisbon - Toulouse||608.18|
|London - Toulouse||609.24|
|Lyon - Toulouse||1,048.97|
|Milan - Toulouse||650.18|
|Moscow - Toulouse||13,958.92|
|New York - Toulouse||13,256.26|
|Porto - Toulouse||698.12|
|Paris - Toulouse||1,127.36|
|Sofia - Toulouse||2,153.06|
|Stockholm - Toulouse||18,680.48|
|Venice - Toulouse||524.11|