Occitanie
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  • Toulouse: Old Town Self-Guided Exploration Game via App

    1. Toulouse: Old Town Self-Guided Exploration Game via App

    Play a city game that will take you around the old town of Toulouse while having fun exploring all of the city’s cultural highlights. Each clue will lead you from one place to another by providing you with exact directions so you won't need a map, GPS, or guide. As you solve the problems and guess the answers, the secret story of each site will be unlocked. Receive all the instructions via email after booking, go to the starting point, and begin the adventure. The game will take you about 1.5 hours to complete, but there’s no time limit which will allow you to go at your own pace.

  • Excursion Albi Cathédrale Sainte Cécile and Cordes Sur Ciel

    2. Excursion Albi Cathédrale Sainte Cécile and Cordes Sur Ciel

    Set out from Toulouse to discover Albi, the Sainte Cécile Cathedral, and the Toulouse Lautrec Museum or the medieval city of Cordes sur Ciel with round trip bus transportation. In Albi you can admire the many architectural gems, including the Sainte Cécile Cathedral. Visit the Toulouse Lautrec Museum, located in the Palace of Bishops. Near to Albi, you can also explore the enchanting city of Cordes-sur-Ciel. Its Gothic architecture holds the secrets to many legends. During your free time here, you can stroll through the cobbled streets of the city. Return transport is included in the tour package, but once in the cities you will be free to explore at your own pace without a guide. The tour departs Toulouse at 9:30am and returns back around 6:30pm.

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What people are saying about Occitanie

Very nice, too bad that sometimes the English translation doesn't match the names of the buildings so you don't know where to go. Privat hotel is hotel d'assezat and stephansdom is saint etienne and there are still a few ambiguities. All in all well worth it.

A very nice way to explore the city. Some directions are (at least in translation) somewhat confusing, and at least one of our clues/locations was out of business, so the tour might benefit from a little update, but we had a lot of fun, and would definitely recommend!

An original way to discover the city and look up to its treasures that we might not see otherwise. Be careful, the puzzles are sometimes a little complicated ... But that adds spice to the walk