If you are staying in Gratentour, why not spend a few hours sightseeing in surrounding neighborhoods like Blagnac, Balma and Colomiers.
Those interested in exhibits and shows will find plenty of unique museums, exhibits and venues in and around Gratentour. Browse the museums and collections in the Musee des Augustins, Les Abattoirs and the Musee Georges Labit. Book seats for a couple of the spectacular theater, dance and music performances at the Toulouse National Theatre, the Zenith de Toulouse and the Halle aux Grains Theater.
When it’s time to escape the bustling streets of Toulouse, plan a trip to the nearby green spaces. If you want to rest a while in a green urban park head to the Japanese Garden Toulouse.
Visitors looking for interesting places to visit in and around the Gratentour area should not miss out on Pont Neuf, the Canal du Midi and the Jardin des Plantes. To get a little closer to Toulouse’s heart and soul, spend a little time at the area’s most important religious sites, such as Jacobins Church and Basilique Saint-Sernin.
Watch local sporting heroes, the Stade Toulousain, take on their rivals in the nearby Ernest-Wallon Stadium. Be sure to wear red, white and black, the colors of the Stade Toulousain.
At the end of a day exploring the delights of Gratentour, stay the night at one of the area’s bed-and-breakfasts, hotels or short-stay apartments. The Novotel Toulouse Centre Wilson, the Crowne Plaza Toulouse and the Grand Hôtel de l'Opéra are among the many great places to stay around here.