Toulouse City Hall Square is the center of this millennium old city. The square is not very big, but it is the busiest place in the city. It's surrounded by ancient buildings, the Cathedral of Toulouse and the City Hall. It's absolutely a must for Toulouse tours.
Located in the centre of Toulouse, the town hall on the side of the square is spectacular. Some of the interior can be traced back to the 16th century. The current elevation is 135 meters long. It is constructed with pink bricks. The neoclassical style was built in 1750 and designed by Guillaume Cammas. After the security check, you can visit inside. It's definitely worth seeing.
This is one of the best city halls I've seen in Europe. It's very elegant. There's a museum beside the city hall that specializes in receiving visitors free of charge. It's as beautiful as a palace. The red and white walls in the city hall have a special sense of history.
Municipal Palace is free to visit. The second floor mainly displays paintings of different periods. It has very local characteristics, Customs on both sides of the Galon River, beautiful women in Toulouse, and sculptures and paintings with various religious themes.
City Hall Square is a place where Toulouse people often meet on appointments. Look up and see a huge cross in the middle of the square, with twelve signs of the zodiac at the end. The city hall on the east side of the square is free to visit. The Hall of Fame introduces the glorious history of Toulouse. Walking south from City Hall Square to St. Rome Street, a section of the ancient road running through the north and south of the city, it has become a pedestrian street and opened many stores. Tourists and Turuz natives like to come here to shop, buy an egg pancake, fried chestnuts or something like that, or go to a nearby alley for a drink.
Placeducapitole Toulouse City Hall Square in the city centre is the main square of Toulouse with open space. It is a municipal transportation hub and the most convenient starting point to Toulouse scenic spots. The arcade ceiling on the west side of the square is beautifully painted, which depicts the long and profound history of Toulouse. It's about 15 minutes'walk from the railway station.
It's a busy place with many tourists, many shops and restaurants around it, pigeons can be fed in the square, and it's not far from the river. Toulouse City Hall Square, there are often open-air fairs. It is also often requisitioned by various activities and is very lively.