Start the day in the city’s heart, the magnificent Capitol Square, which houses the Toulouse City Hall and the National Capitol Theatre.
Rent a bike and pedal up the Léon Gambetta Street, towards the River Garonne. Along the wooded banks, find the Notre-Dame-de-la-Daurade's Basilica and the School Of Fine Arts.
Cross the beautiful Neuf Bridge and across the river, discover the imposing Hôtel-Dieu Saint-Jacques, former hospital of Toulouse, where now runs the Museum of the History of Medicine.
Time to return to the city centre! Cross the River Garonne again, this time by Saint-Pierre Bridge. Climb the Pargaminières Street and recover energy in the many restaurants of the beautiful President Thomas Wilson Square. Ask for a Cassoulet, typical dish of the region, made with dried beans and various types of meat.
At the exit, go through the shops and boutiques of d'Alsace-Lorraine Street, one of the busiest commercial areas of the city. Stop in one of the several terraces and taste a Petit Gâteau accompanied by a refreshing Panaché.
Already so close, be sure to make a stop at the unavoidable Saint-Sernin Square and discover one of the largest Romanesque churches in Europe. The Saint-Sernin Basilica was one of the most important pilgrimage sites of the West during the Middle Ages. At its feet, you can visit the traditional Saint-Sernin Market, every Saturday and Sunday mornings.