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Visiting Le Capitole de Toulouse

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'Le Capitole de Toulouse is the heart of the city Toulouse and its city hall is located in this place. Parts of the Le Capitole de Toulouse were built in the 16h century and the place is known for the Capitole, a neoclassical architecture style building wth pink marble color. It consists of the Theatre du Capitole de Toulouse. This place is where people enjoy an evening stroll and where people come for its good food in their local restaurants and bars. It has a large square and is usually full when an event is held in the square. The Le Capitole de Toulouse is worth your time to take a look at since both the exterior and interior are magnificent.

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Things to do at Le Capitole de Toulouse

Things to do at Le Capitole de Toulouse

1. Theatre du Capitole

1. Theatre du Capitole

The Theatre du Capitole is an opera house located within the main building of the Le Capitole de Toulouse. The theater houses a ballet company, symphony orchestra, and an opera company. It has many performance going on and you can come and enjoy a performance by the orchestra or the ballet member while also admiring the wonderful interior of the theater.

2. Hotel de Bernuy

2. Hotel de Bernuy

Hotel de Bernuy is a Renaissance palace and was built in the 16th century. Although it is considered as one of the original Renaissance palaces, you can also see that it was influenced by the Spanish Plateresque architecture style. That makes the palace still so beautiful even in its old days. Come and take a look at this place.

3. Le Couvent des Jacobins

3. Le Couvent des Jacobins

Le Couvent des Jacobins is also known as the Church of the Jacobins and it has the Southern French Gothic architecture style. It also has the relics of Thomas Aquinas in it. You can come to Le Couvent des Jacobins to see the great interior of the church with its high nave and pillars, including the Palm Tree of the Jacobins. Although there are many churches and cathedral in the city of Toulouse, you won't want to miss this one as it is also just as beautiful as the others.

Le Capitole de Toulouse Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

There is no ticket needed to go to the Le Capitole de Toulouse. You can enter the Le Capitole de Toulouse for free.

How To Get Around?

You can get around the area by walking on foot while enjoying the scenery and the vibe the place has to offer you. Everything you need such as foods, shops, and restrooms are provided in the area so you won't have to walk a far distance.

What Should I Wear?

You can wear anything you're comfortable with as going to Le Capitole de Toulouse doesn't require any dress code.

Le Capitole de Toulouse Facts

Best Time to Visit

Visiting Le Capitole de Toulouse twice a day is recommended. You can come during the day and during the night because it offers you two different vibes of the place and the city. Both are really spectacular so make sure when you visit Le Capitole de Toulouse once, come back for the second time to get a different view.

Currency

Euro

Will I Need a Guide?

You won't need a guide as you can just take a relaxed morning or evening stroll in the square to enjoy the vibe and take pictures of Le Capitole de Toulouse. There will be many picturesque places you might want to take pictures of, so you can enjoy your time walking around the place slowly.

How To Get There?

You can get to Le Capitole de Toulouse by a car, taxi, or the public transportation. If you are using the public transportation, you can stop at the Capitole stop. You can also go to Le Capitole de Toulouse by renting a bike.

Additional Info

Le Capitole de Toulouse is open at 8.30am until 7pm on Mondays to Saturdays and opens from 10am to 7pm on Sundays. Make sure you don’t come close to the closing hours as you might want to take a closer look at Le Capitole de Toulouse.

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