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So, we like all the things that Théàtre du Capitole has to offer, especially opera, ballet and concerts, but we had been looking closer to home in Montpellier. However, Montpellier does not offer the range of programme that is available in Toulouse and so, even...More
I don('t think we spent more than 30 minutes in the Capitole, probably due to the lack of information inside to really appreciate and understand what we could see. Not much to say, you visit the first floor, you can also see the wedding room...More
In the square there was a basketball tournament which blocked the front view of the building, but going around the back to enter the Salle de Illustres, we discovered a park and the tourist office!
The artwork in the Capitole was amazing, we could have...More
The City Hall is openm to tourists when there arent any weddings of formal functions going on. Entrance was at the back of the building (not on the square) and initially we though we couldnt enter but the security man said something else and udshered...More
We had a reception here with the Mayor of Toulouse for the closing event of a conference. And while the building is big and impressive from the outside, when we walked in, the cameras immediately came out to photograph what must be the most amazing...More
This building is the city hall for toulouse and it has a most impressive art collection, it is a very beautiful building. Visit is only about 1 to 1.5 hours so a great visit in a day of touring the city.
The exterior building is massive and impressive and you might think that’s it but then entering through what isn’t really so obvious a front entrance you wander upstairs and as you hit the first stairway the wall and ceiling paintings come into view and are...More