The emblematic monument of Toulouse, with its square decorated with the Occitan cross and elegant façade. The Capitole houses the town hall and the theatre.
An exceptional view of the River Garonne and its monuments: the Pont-Neuf, the quayside of La
Daurade and the Grave Dome.
The Augustins convent was constructed in the XIV Century in the southern Gothic style and, since
1793, has been home to the fine-arts museum of Toulouse.
A great tip for congress delegates: the museum is open late on Wednesdays, closing at 21h.
Housed in the elegant Assézat Mansion House, the foundation presents a collection of furniture and
fine-art from the Renaissance to the start of the XX Century.
A great tip for congress delegates: the foundation is open late on Thursdays, closing at 20h30.
At the Cité de l’Espace you can touch the stars. With its 2,500m² of exhibitions, its IMAX 3D cinema,
Planetarium and simulators, set off to discover space and the wonders of the universe. At the Aeroscopia museum you can discover some legendary aircraft: the Concorde, an Airbus A
300B with a glass bottom, the Super Guppy…
A great tip for congress delegates: the Starline shuttle bus allows you to connect between the Cité
de l’Espace and the Aeroscopia museum, via the city centre.