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GlobeTrip78 wrote a review Aug 2020
Cambrils, Spain1,228 contributions222 helpful votes
You can go cycling or walking. It's in the city center. The building is enormous. The architecture is awesome.
Date of experience: August 2020
Michael B wrote a review Jul 2020
Bellflower, California16,284 contributions496 helpful votes
While on our Free walking tour of Toulouse, we pasted by the Church of Les Jacobins, burial place of Catholic saint, Thomas Aquinas. It is about a 10 minutes’ walk from the Capitole square, and is a pretty impressive 13th century Romanesque red brick building. Our guide told us about the huge palm tree columns supporting the main nave's ceiling and the beautiful stained-glass windows that seem to rise to the heavens. Under the church’s altar in a casket are the bones of the saint, and close by a gift shop selling religious trinkets. It is free to enter the church but if you wish to see the crypts there is a small fee. TIP: If you have time, do visit the cloister with its gardens, hedged walkways, ancient cypress trees, and chapel.…
Date of experience: October 2019
Gerry wrote a review Jul 2020
Loon op Zand, The Netherlands2,144 contributions208 helpful votes
A very impressive place, especially once you are inside and on the courtyard. The first weekend of July and August, they even have a small Cafe there. Take your time to go around and absorb the amazing views.
Date of experience: July 2020
3 Helpful votes
Need To See It All wrote a review Apr 2020
Perth, Australia939 contributions261 helpful votes
A very impressive church, well lit with a variety of colours, and a very nice cloister. It was fairly busy when we went but nevertheless a good experience. It was a nice walk through the pedestrian only town to get to the Church.
Date of experience: August 2019
Jose H wrote a review Feb 2020
1,157 contributions101 helpful votes
This is an important place to go in Toulouse! The cloister is beautiful. There is a part that is hard to get to that is associated with the high school next door! I think it is called l’hôtel de Betnay!We slipped in when the students were returning
Date of experience: January 2020
2 Helpful votes