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All reviewsthomas aquinasdeck chairsdominican orderpay euroshaven of peacebeautiful cloisterssmall gardenfree of chargeinformation boardsstained glass windowsvaulted ceilingsper adultbusy citysmall feeinteresting historythe heart of the cityworth a visit
There is a modest fee to enter and it doesn’t open till 10am it still provides a perspective of earlier times in this southern city. The garden is surrounded by rooms large enough to hold piano recitals...which they do once a year.
Visited the Jacobins and in awe over architecture internally. The columns and vaulting were incredible. It helped that it was sunny and the sun flooded through the windows emphasising the palm effect. .
One of the main sights of Toulouse so you are unlikely to miss it. The church is impressive and contains the bones of St.Thomas Aquinas so you may see a pilgrim on his or her knees for an hour or more on hard stone flooring....More
The Church is impressive , and free to see.
Possibly the most important thing here is the relics of St Thomas Aquinas.
However there is a €5 entry to the cloisters which is a waste of money.
They are the same as any other cloisters,...More
The entrance of the church is free of charge. There you have the possibility to see a huge and beautiful hall which was once the church. If you want to visit the cloister and three other halls of the convent the entrance ticket is 5...More
Access to the main church was free. The interior is amazing and vast, with beautiful vaulted ceilings and tall stained glass windows.
We paid entry to access the Couvent, where we could access a beautiful central courtyard and a fun interactive exhibit for the kids....More
I absolutely loved it here. The history, the place itself. Being a theology teacher made it extra special having been taught by Dominicans and having the privilege to pray by the relics of Thomas Aquila’s made my visit.