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Direct return flight to Toulouse £6 or Marseille £8 (Departing London Stansted / January departures) @ Opodo
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Direct return flight to Toulouse £6 or Marseille £8 (Departing London Stansted / January departures) @ Opodo

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Posted 6th Dec 2019

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Good price. The flight is operated by Ryanair so only one piece of hand luggage which can be placed underneath your seat is permitted. Any other luggage required must be purchased. To get the cheapest possible price you will need to book the outbound and inbound flights separately. Please check the price of both the outbound (should be £2 for Marseille or Toulouse ) and inbound flights (should be £6 for Marseille or £4 for Toulouse) before booking to ensure the price has not risen and/or the flight has sold out.

Example dates for Marseille (likely to be more too):

Outbound dates:
6th Jan
7th Jan
11th Jan

Return dates:
14th Jan
15th Jan
17th Jan
18th Jan
21st Jan

Example dates for Toulouse:

Outbound dates:
6th Jan
8th Jan
9th Jan
10th Jan

Return dates:
9th Jan
14th Jan
16th Jan
18th Jan
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What have you got Toulouse ... ?:p
I have just come back from Marseille at the end of Nov. If you are looking to spend more than 3 days there, then don't. You can walk round the interesting sites of the city in a day or two. Don't be put off as it is a real gem of a place. It is pretty rough in places and not for the feint-hearted when you step out of the Vieux Port area and the nearby streets. Make sure you head up to the area around Marche De Capucins and the little streets off to the east of there to see some pretty smart little eateries and street markets. The pizzas from the small take away places round there are about £1 a quarter and are some of the best I have ever eaten as they utilise French cheeses instead of mozarella which gives them a great flavour. Some great north African influenced foods a little further afield just south and east of the Arc if you fancy a 15 minute walk. Just be warned it can be a bit rum at night round there though.
Edited by: "Siddas" 6th Dec 2019
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Toulouse itself is not the most beautiful and exciting place, but it works as a perfect base to explore around. Day trips to Albi and Carcassonne are highly recommended. Both beautiful little old towns with some great views. Went there in early May and some days you could already walk around in a t-shirt, but others were still a bit chilly. Not sure how enjoyable it would be in January though.
Edited by: "Andrisakins" 6th Dec 2019
Marseille can either be somewhere between pleasant and bitter in winter, the latter is usually because the Mistral is doing its worst with a bitter unrelenting wind heading up the Rhone valley.
What have you got Toulouse ... ?:p
I have just come back from Marseille at the end of Nov. If you are looking to spend more than 3 days there, then don't. You can walk round the interesting sites of the city in a day or two. Don't be put off as it is a real gem of a place. It is pretty rough in places and not for the feint-hearted when you step out of the Vieux Port area and the nearby streets. Make sure you head up to the area around Marche De Capucins and the little streets off to the east of there to see some pretty smart little eateries and street markets. The pizzas from the small take away places round there are about £1 a quarter and are some of the best I have ever eaten as they utilise French cheeses instead of mozarella which gives them a great flavour. Some great north African influenced foods a little further afield just south and east of the Arc if you fancy a 15 minute walk. Just be warned it can be a bit rum at night round there though.
Edited by: "Siddas" 6th Dec 2019
bluefish230306/12/2019 18:37

What have you got Toulouse ... ?:p



Some Marseille that's a terrible pun.
Andrisakins06/12/2019 17:48

Toulouse itself is not the most beautiful and exciting place, but it works …Toulouse itself is not the most beautiful and exciting place, but it works as a perfect base to explore around. Day trips to Albi and Carcassonne are highly recommended. Both beautiful little old towns with some great views. Went there in early May and some days you could already walk around in a t-shirt, but others were still a bit chilly. Not sure how enjoyable it would be in January though.


Agreed not the most beautiful, but compared with many UK cities of equivalent size (4th largest in France) I can't think of any that are as nice, with windy medieval streets etc.great cafe culture etc
Enjoying the travel tips
Can anyone recommend somewhere to stay, thanks jane
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