Train Agen → Toulouse
Duration 1h00 - From $17
Agen, the french prune's capital Located between the neoclassical city of Bordeaux and the famous Toulouse, Agen is in the south of France. World-famous for its prunes, it is situated along the Garonne river, and it offers beautiful landscapes made up with vineyards, hills and valleys. Learn more about Agen
Take in the Myriad colors and flavors of France’s southwest Toulouse is in the Midi-Pyrennees, France's largest region in area, and lies in the south of the country. Because of the region's far-reaching borders, you'll find a city with Spanish accents and Italian facades. One that carefully cultivates its Occitan identity while always keeping its eyes toward the future. The nod toward Occitania is reflected in the accents of locals. Their distinct pronounciation of French blends with words and expressions from this provincial language with roots in medieval times. If you're arriving from Paris (roughly six hours on the TGV ), you'll note the difference, and that your translation dictionary may not be of much use. The first-time visitor to Toulouse is struck by the city's color. Over the years, buildings have been covered in tiles and wide Roman bricks, giving Toulouse the nickname, "Ville Rose" meaning "Pink City." As the sun dances down on the streets, colors turn to gentle pastel hues and bright oranges. Learn more about Toulouse
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"I love train travel in France ! It has been my experience that the trains are consistently convenient, comfortable and dependable ! It's so nice to just relax, look out the window and enjoy the landscape. Thanks for a great trip ! Bonnie Davis Dallas, Texas "