Toulouse’s markets

Our region has a great terroir with very varied and extraordinary products. The markets of Toulouse reflect this and are a beautiful showcase of this multicultural city with a great culinary wealth.

Flower markets, book markets, flea markets, open-air markets, covered markets, colourful stalls …. there is plenty to choose from among the many markets in Toulouse! We have selected a few for you.

toulouse's markets

After a nice walk with the City Tour Toulouse bus to get a general overview of our “Ville Rose”, we invite you to take a walk to pierce its soul by going to the market! 

Near the departure of the bus circuit at 27 Allée Jean Jaurès and only a few minutes walk away, you will find the most vibrant, open-air St Aubin market, every Sunday morning around the church of St Aubin. You can enjoy Toulouse, a market full of life with a mix of colours and scents composed of creative craftsmen, musicians, local producers….

 A gourmet walk to buy gastronomic souvenirs?

Here is our selection of covered and traditional markets in search of good fresh and regional products. They are open every day (7am-1pm) except Mondays.

The warmest

St Cyprien, on the Place Roguet, is the only covered market in Toulouse to have retained its original state.

The most exclusive

Victor Hugo (Place Victor Hugo), one of the most popular and a must-see with its restaurants on the first floor of the market hall, which highlights the local products sold on the ground floor.

The brightest one

is the famous Carmes market in the Carmes district.

 Around the market, you will find small restaurants to enjoy good food.

Before or after shopping, don’t hesitate to hop on le CityTour Toulouse  to discover or rediscover our beautiful “Ville Rose” !

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