The Must See Guide to Millau in Occitania

There are so many beautiful places to visit in France, but Millau is one of the best lesser-known gems. It is a commune in the Aveyron département of ... lire plus !

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Explore the historic province of Rouergue

Rouergue is a former province of France to the South of Auvergne and North of Languedoc, which includes today’s département of Aveyron. Rouergue Rouergue lies in the centre ... lire plus !

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Toulouse Capitole

What would the ‘Pink City’ be without the Place du Capitole? If there is one building in Toulouse not to miss and worth visiting, this is it. The ... lire plus !

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Toulouse, Midi-Pyrénées

Located in the southwest of France in the Midi-Pyrénées region, Toulouse is France’s fourth biggest city by population, after Paris, Marseille and Lyon. Toulouse has been affectionally nicknamed by ... lire plus !

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Toulouse Gastronomy

The Toulouse Gastronomy is full of history, flavours, creativity and taste. If you are visiting the city of Toulouse or the region of Midi-Pyrénées, take the time to enjoy ... lire plus !

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Toulouse History: A Brief Overview!

Located in the Occitania region, Toulouse is a very ancient city. Its origins can be found in Antiquity, around the 8th century BC. Whilst little from this period ... lire plus !

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Toulouse Old Town

Toulouse Old Town was built from clay bricks. One can enjoy the special atmosphere when walking through its narrow pedestrian streets leading to the Capitole or along the banks ... lire plus !

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Get on the new TGV between Paris and Barcelona!

Since yesterday, Sunday 15 December 2013, a new TGV service has started operating between Barcelona and Paris, as well as to cities like Marseille, Toulouse and Lyon. A ... lire plus !

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Midi-Pyrénées

Midi-Pyrénées: “The region where the living is good”. Name: Midi-Pyrénées Area: 45,348 km2 Départements: Ariège (09), Aveyron (12), Haute-Garonne (31), Gers (32), Lot (46), Hautes-Pyrénées (65), Tarn (81), Tarn-et-Garonne ... lire plus !

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Sainte-Marie Abbey Church, Souillac

The Souillac Sainte-Marie Abbey Church was built between 1075 and 1150 and ranks among the finest examples of Romanesque and Byzantine architectural styles in the South-West of France. Laid out ... lire plus !

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