Direct flights to Toulouse
Positioned in southwest France with the River Garonne running through, Toulouse is an interesting mix of old and modern. See all direct flights to Toulouse.
Toulouse–Blagnac Airport is a medium sized airport in France. In total there are 88 airports with direct flights to Toulouse from France and 22 other countries. You can easily reach Toulouse with daily non-stop flights from 10 major hubs like Paris (Air France), Paris (Air France) and Amsterdam (KLM). In France, the airport is called Aéroport de Toulouse-Blagnac.
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Toulouse is known as The Pink City due to its pseudo-Roman face brick buildings, which also contribute to its reputation as one of the most beautiful cities in France. It has many historic bridges, hotels, cathedrals and museums that are worth exploring in the downtown area, which is easily traversed on foot. Home to an important aerospace industry, it is also a city full of historical and cultural attractions with a fantastic selection of restaurants and a great choice of shopping.
Find a direct flight to Toulouse
Toulouse-Blagnac Airport is well connected to the rest of Europe, and you can also find direct connections to other parts of the world. In the following list you can find some popular international direct flights to Toulouse, check out the links to get flight options from each airport.
- Direct flights from Munich (MUC) to Toulouse (TLS)
- Direct flights from Lisbon (LIS) to Toulouse (TLS)
- Direct flights from Madrid (MAD) to Toulouse (TLS)
- Direct flights from Amsterdam (AMS) to Toulouse (TLS)
- Direct flights from London (LHR) to Toulouse (TLS)
What to see in Toulouse
For space enthusiasts, Space City is one of Toulouse’s major tourist attractions housing a planetarium and numerous child friendly interactive exhibits, making it a popular choice for families. The Clement Ader aircraft factory, where the first Concorde was made is also worth a visit. Take some time to admire the city’s many impressive buildings and landmarks.
Particularly noteworthy are the Cathedral St. Etienne, with its 12th century nave and decorative belfry and the huge Romanesque Basilique St. Sermin, made of soothing pink bricks. For art lovers, the Toulouse Modern and Contemporary art Centre is a popular choice, housing over 2,000 pieces of modern art.
While the fine arts Musee des Augustins is a must if only to see the superb 14th century Gothic monastery in which it is set. Inside you’ll find a superb collection of paintings and sculptures, including works by Toulouse-Lautrec. Spend a relaxing few hours taking a cruise along the River Garonne or simply stroll through the many pretty gardens and parks enjoying the lovely views Toulouse has to offer.
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How is the weather in Toulouse?
Toulouse has a temperate climate that is usually classified as oceanic under the Koppen climate classification, falling just short of a humid subtropical climate classification. Toulouse is located at the junction with the Mediterranean climate zone, but uniform precipitation prevents it from being classified this way.