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Quai de la Daurade

Quai de la Daurade, Toulouse, France
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Nice sunset among youngsters

I enjoyed the sunset at the riverbank a lot, especially nice atmosphere with all the young locals... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Vienna, Austria
Nice park at the river bank

Nice park at the river bank with a play ground for larger kids. The river boat trips embarks here... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Aarhus, Denmark
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“great sunset” (2 reviews)
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Quai de la Daurade, Toulouse, France
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Reviewed 6 days ago

I enjoyed the sunset at the riverbank a lot, especially nice atmosphere with all the young locals hanging out there. The close by Place Saint Pierre is there perfect spot to have a beer in the evening. You can also bring your own drinks and...More

Thank Penschy
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice park at the river bank with a play ground for larger kids. The river boat trips embarks here as well. There is also small cafe.

Thank PeterOdgaard
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The place is amazing, go there by sunset and just enjoy the reflection on the water. Grab a beer and sit and just enjoy the place

Thank Elsa2288
Reviewed 23 April 2017

Tome to stroll along both sides of the river Garonne with some good views and plenty of photos opportunities. Toulouse in not called the red city for nothing with beautiful views and of course the pont neuf.....the oldest bridge in Toulouse! This walk can be...More

Thank Beina1
Reviewed 24 January 2017

This section of the river had a rich history in the development of early life in Toulouse, the story has been summarised in a number of pretty pictoboards erected in the newly refurbished Quai de la Duarade. The improvements include a playground area incorporated into...More

Thank mcmahon_t
Reviewed 31 December 2016

many people come here just to relax, get a bit of sun, and enjoy the truly amazing view, you can walk along the "berges", go up and overlook the river, or go down next to the river

Thank corinnebigot
Reviewed 19 December 2016

Toulouse, the “red city” of south-west of France has many attractions to offer. The most marking element and reason of Toulouse’s existence is the Garonne River. Therefore, the promenades along booth sides of this river offer magnificent views. One of the most beautiful points to...More

Thank Yiannis K
Reviewed 9 October 2016

This area used to be where locals did their laundry and landed fish. There is easy access to the river and some cafes. It's also where boat trips leave for sights of Toulouse from the riverside, including a taste of the Canal du Midi

Thank JMarpleInc
Reviewed 27 September 2016

This is certainly one of the favorite in Toulouse, a very fine late afternoon walk from the Place Saint-Pierre to the La Daurade…

Reviewed 19 September 2016

We had been told to get to Pont Neuf for the sunset and the views, but we were not expecting the whole vibrant atmosphere in the Quai de la Daurade area. Young folk everywhere socialising with no hint of any trouble or intimidation. The walk...More

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