Stadium de Toulouse – Information and access

Toulouse Rugby Village – Information and access


Welcome to Toulouse, where life is good. Dynamic and innovative, the “Pink City” is an essential stop-off point in the heart of France’s south-west.
Once the capital of the Visigoths, now a dynamic aeronautics capital, Toulouse invites you to discover its two thousand years of history! The city is also a mecca for gastronomy, with foie gras, vineyards, cheeses and a wide variety of other products from the Occitanie region, of which it is the capital, and from which it has managed to preserve its gentle way of life, as well as an intense cultural life, with theatres and numerous festivals, and a national orchestra whose fame extends beyond its borders...
But Toulouse is above all the European capital of rugby, with 5 European Championship titles (a record!) for its flagship club, Stade Toulousain, and its many French internationals trained in the surrounding clubs.




The Saint-Sernin Basilica, built of brick and stone in the 11th century, is nothing less than one of the greatest Romanesque buildings in the West! Former stopover on the Pilgrim's Way to Santiago de Compostela, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Beneath its octagonal bell tower, you'll discover a huge 21-metre-high vaulted nave and a crypt containing numerous relics.
A true symbol of Toulouse, this basilica is located not far from the Place du Capitole, where Toulousans gather to celebrate the many titles won by their sports teams.

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Place Saint-Sernin
31 000 Toulouse

Metro line A – Stop: Capitole
Metro line B – Stop: Jeanne d’Arc



Discover real spacecraft, train like an astronaut, travel to the farthest reaches of the cosmos, admire space treasures and discover all the secrets of space...
With 4,000 m² of exhibition space, 4 hectares of gardens featuring real spacecraft such as the Mir space station and the Soyuz capsule, a giant-screen IMAX cinema and a Planetarium with interactive, immersive shows, discovering space and the wonders of the Universe has never been easier!

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Avenue Jean Gonord BP 25855

Bus Linéo line 1 – Stop: Collège Vernant
Metro line A – Stop: Jolimont
Bus line 37 – Stop: Cité de l’Espace



If you've ever dreamed of stepping into the cockpit of the legendary Concorde, a Super Guppy or even a real A380, head straight for the Aeroscopia museum, where an exceptional adventure awaits you!
All aboard this 35,000m2 museum, which boasts an exceptional collection of legendary aircraft from all eras (Concorde, Caravelle, Super Guppy, A300B...) and a 58m-long fresco tracing the history of aeronautics.
Round off your visit at Montaudran with a visit to l'Envol des Pionniers, which tells the story of the airmail adventure.

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Allée André Turcat
31700 Blagnac

Line T1 – Stop: Palais de Justice / Aeroconstellation – Beauzelle Aeroscopia



Saint-Gaudens – Luchon

Saint-Gaudens is the "capital of Comminges". From the forecourt of the magnificently restored Romanesque collegiate church, you can admire the view stretching from the Ariege peaks to the Pic du Midi (2,877m), not forgetting the emblematic Pic du Cagire (1,912m).


Verfeil – Buzet

Buzet Saint-Martin church dates back to the late 12th century and has been rebuilt over the centuries. Its Toulouse brick facade is decorated with 62 bolt holes.
In the heart of the Côteaux du Girou, the Buzet forest is a delight for walkers and sports enthusiasts. Take a detour to Montjoire, a hilltop village with a 360° view over the Tarn valley.
Verfeil is a village marked by Catharism, with its castle, medieval streets and woad trade.

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Carcassonne is a must-see destination for lovers of culture and history. This fortified town in the Aude department is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and attracts visitors from all over the world. The ramparts, towers and cobbled streets transport visitors to another time, while the museums, art galleries and cultural events offer a host of activities to suit all tastes.

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Famous for its Sainte-Cécile cathedral and its historic centre, both of which are UNESCO World Heritage sites, Albi is located in the south-west of France, 1 hour from Toulouse. Albi is also famous for its Toulouse-Lautrec Museum, which exhibits the world's largest collection of works by the artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.

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Montpellier is an ideal destination for lovers of history and culture. Situated in the department of Hérault, the city is known for its Mediterranean charm and its famous Place de la Comédie, but offers much more to see, including the Faculty of Medicine, one of the oldest and most prestigious medical schools in the world...

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There is an official store available in the Rugby Village, find out more about it here.




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Mastercard priceless experience: Visit the Halle de la Machine, ride the giant Minotaur, and receive a special gift

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