Getting around the city

By public transports

There are 2 underground lines, A and B

Line A of the [Basso Cambo – Balma Gramont] underground crosses Toulouse from south-west to north-east.

Line B [Borderouge – Ramonville] underground crosses Toulouse from north to south.

The underground operates from 5.15 to midnight, Monday to Thursday, and to 0.42 on Fridays and Saturdays. Trains run every 6 minutes off-peak and every 1min20 at peak times.

There are free car parks at stations:

Line A: Basso-Cambo (690 spaces), Arènes (780 spaces), Jolimont (350 spaces), Argoulets (460 spaces), Balma Gramont (1200 spaces).

Line B: Borderouge (809 spaces), La Vache (430 spaces), Ramonville (1050 spaces).

These are reserved for users who have a bus or underground ticket validated within a connection time of 60 minutes.

On the Tisséo website you’ll find bus line maps and times:


There is also a free bus that runs throughout the city center.

By Bicycle

There are over 200 km of cycle paths. The city has a system of self-service bicycles, VélôToulouse open from 5:30 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. to rent a bike and available 24 hours / 24 to return it. With 135 stations every 300 meters in the city center, you can move quickly and reach the next station in a few minutes.


By walking

Toulouse is a city that is best explored on foot. In less than 30 minutes, you can do a complete tour of the old city from north to south or east to west.