Enjoy your flight to Toulouse with Air France

Toulouse: the pink city and a beautiful part of Southern France

Toulouse is known as "La Ville Rose" (the pink city) due to the unusual colour of many of its buildings. It is the fourth largest city in France. While Toulouse has a strong industrial centre, there are also many attractions for those people wishing to visit for their holidays.
If you choose to fly to Toulouse with the largest French airline, Air France, then there are many benefits and offers. There are flights from Singapore Changi Airport to Toulouse Blagnac Airport several times a week. For your comfort, you will be given extras such as a fleece blanket and pillow, while earplugs and eye masks are also available. You will have access to magazines, and there are films, music and games available on a video screen during the main leg of your trip. There are even more perks if you fly on business class .
There is a menu of quality meals
to choose from. If you book online to buy your airplane ticket, there are also many benefits. You can check your booking and change details, reserve options for your seat and cabin size. An online check-in is available, from up to 30 hours before your flight leaves. You can earn rewards and benefits if you join the Flying Blue program which you can use to count towards hotels, other flights and more.
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Sample the culture and beauty of the historical city of Toulouse

There are many things to see during your stay in Toulouse. The Theatre de Capitole regularly shows ballet and operatic performances. The City of Space is a theme park with exhibits about space exploration and aerospace. You can enjoy the Jardin des Plantes, a botanical garden, and the nearby Natural History Museum (Museum de Toulouse) and Daniel-Sorano theatre. Le Château d'Eau is a dedicated gallery for photography. There are a number of other art galleries, including the Musée des Augustins and the Musée Georges Labit. The Musée Saint-Raymond contains various antiquities, ancient sculptures and information about local archaeology.
The Basilica of St Sernin, the largest Romanesque church in Europe, is on one of the routes of the Santiago de Compostela, an ancient pilgrimage route for Christians that is taken by tens of thousands of people every year, travelling by foot, bike or sometimes horseback. You can discover the city's Canal du Midi via a boat trip, or travelling down the picturesque towpath on foot or bike.
Speciality dishes of the city include Saucisses de Toulouse, which is a type of sausage and garbure, a type of cabbage soup. Toulouse has an extensive bus, tram and metro system to help your travel around the city. Toulouse has a significant aerospace industry, providing the site for the headquarters of Airbus and many other similar industries. There is a Tourist Pass available, which gives free access to certain tourist attractions and travel options for a set period of time. There are many bars, restaurants and nightclubs in a city that is well known for its celebratory culture.

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