How to get there
By Plane 
Many of the major European cities (Paris, Brussels, London, Frankfurt, Munich, Dusseldorf, Amsterdam, Lille, Marseille, Lyon, Strasbourg, Vienna, Madrid, Barcelona, Dublin, Milan, Rome, Lisbon, Prague, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Newcastle, Geneva,…) are connected to Toulouse by major European airlines while low cost carriers fly to Carcasonne (located at 75 km from Toulouse with easy train connections between the two towns).
Toulouse-Blagnac international airport is 8 km west of Toulouse. The city centre is easily reached by airport shuttle service or by taxi (taxi rank outside the arrivals hall).
Airport shuttle Flybus service
Departures every 20 minutes with four stops in the city centre: Pierre Baudis Conference Centre– Place Jeanne d’Arc – Allées Jean-Jaurès – and the coach station terminus (next to Matabiau SNCF railway station).
 
Journey time : 20 to 45 minutes depending on the traffic.
Departures every 20 minutes in both directions, every day of the year. First departure from the bus station: 5.00 am, last departure from the bus station: 8.20 pm. First departure from the airport: 7.35 am, last departure from the airport: 0.15 am. The shuttle service operates every day of the year (including holiday periods and public holidays).
Price: 8 €
www.tisseo.fr
You can also take the Tramway T2 from the airport to the city center.

 

Taxis

Taxis are parked outside the arrivals hall on the ground floor of the airport.
Journey time: approximately 20 minutes, depending on traffic.
 
 
   
By train
 

Matabiau SNCF railway station is in the city centre,  The SNCF network connects Toulouse to all towns in France.

www.sncf.fr

 
     
By Car
 

Toulouse has direct motorway connections to the main capitals of Northern and Southern Europe.

A61 (Carcassonne, Montpellier, Barcelona),
A62 (Montauban, Agen, Bordeaux, Limoges, Paris),
A64 (Foix, Lourdes, Bayonne, San Sebastian),
A68 (Lavaur, Albi)
A66 (Pamiers, Foix, Andorra).


Parking in Toulouse :

www.vincipark.com