It is the fourth largest city in France with an estimated population of over 1 million. It is awesome with several buildings adorned with pale colored bricks. It even has a city hall that looks like the Buckingham Palace in London, England.
There are only a few tourists who come here unlike in Paris and Nice. But not only does this city offer the full French experience, it is also cheaper, friendlier, and has lesser crowds. You can easily navigate in the streets since the whole area is pedestrian friendly and as you walk you will notice at the downtown that it is less urban than the other cities of France. You should never miss out on trying out duck confit, Toulouse sausage, and the fantastic French cassoulet.
Thankfully, during the French Revolution in 1791, all sodomy-related laws were abolished and same-sexual activity was not considered a capital crime anymore. It was in 1985 that anti-discrimination against sexual orientation and gender identity was created. The marriage law was granted in 2013 and in that same year, adopting children also became legal for homosexual couples. All in all, Toulouse is an LGBT-friendly city just like Amsterdam, London, Paris, Marseille, Lyon, and Stockholm.
Without further ado, we’ve prepared a list of places you can go to show your French transsexual partner that she is special and you are serious about having a relationship with her.
Everyone who has ever visited The L’Ouverture wants to go back. It hosts about 36 people per night and since it is a small establishment you have to reserve ahead of time. Even with such hassle, you’ll never regret it as the moment you arrive, there will be a warm welcome already and you are given a glass of wine once you are seated.
But the highlight of the night is the performance of the owner named Santi. He’ll play a selection of Italian folk music, tango, Bach, Scarlatti, and many other. It will be an evening to remember for you and your transwoman partner. You have a lot of time to talk about many things here and the dishes will surely impress you. As a remembrance you can even buy the owner’s CD that has Bach and Scarlatti classic inside.
However if you want your date to start early, say lunch time, you can have a detour first at Roulez Papilles. They are only open for lunch so better visit them. They also offer French cuisine but one of their bestsellers is tarte tartin. You should never miss it! All their ingredients are organic so not only they are delicious, all of them are healthy as well.
The Cordes-sur-Ciel is a village that sits on a hilltop. It is a medieval town that features different architectural designs and buildings. Inside, there are cobblestone streets, a market hall, and 13th and 14th century buildings. You can stop by different art galleries and craft workshops where you can buy ceramics, jewelry, and locally made artworks. Also, don’t forget to try out their popular treat called croquants aux amandes – cookies that are made with grilled almonds (they are crunchy!).
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