One of the top visits in Toulouse that you shouldn't miss when visiting the city. There are usually no queues and general entry is free.
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This is a huge building with a beautiful and unusual tower, but the main attraction for us was the crypt! You do have to pay a small entrance fee for the crypt (€2.5) but it is well worth it as it is hidden away and...More
Basilique Saint-Sernin is a significant church with a rich history. General entry is free, but there is a small fee for the crypt.
Although what one sees of Saint-Sernin as one passes from the busy thoroughfare is an imposing exterior of typical red brick with a very prominent bell tower, it is really quite modest on the inside. Considering other churches, Saint Sernin is bare of extravagance and...More
Me and my partner visited on a sunday morning during a church service. We couldn't have a look all around because we remained respectful and sat in on the service for around 30 minutes. The atmospherics were amazing, when hymns were sung the sound travelled...More
we went twice because the crypt was not open at our first visit Very interesting monument. The whole street leading to it is also a must.
I found this church almost by accident while wandering around the city centre. It is a stunning building, worth taking a detour to give it a look.
This superb basilica is a prototypical Romanesque pilgrims' church. The building is massive, with a stunning bell tower. The interior hold the relics of many saints. Entry is free. However, there is very little information in English, so it may be helpful to go with...More