Car Rental Toulouse Airport

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26 $ per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 09/06/2018 - 09/13/2018 at Toulouse Airport
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Toulouse Airport

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Mo-Su 0700-2330
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Blagnac Airport, 31700

Telephone: +33 (0) 825 801 031

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Nestled between the Garonne River and the Canal du Midi, life in Toulouse is as laid-back and peaceful as the gently flowing water. When you travel into the center of Toulouse from the nearby airport, you’ll notice a pink tinge to the streets. The pastel-colored stones used in many of the buildings have given the area its nickname – La Ville Rose or The Pink City.

We have several pick-up points in and around the city, including one at Toulouse Airport. There’s a wide selection of cars for you to choose from. Reserve online to access the best Hertz prices and speed up the process on arrival. Whether you’re traveling alone or in a group, you’ll find a vehicle to suit your needs in our fleet.

We offer a best price guarantee so, in the unlikely event you find Hertz car rental from Toulouse Airport for a lower price, we’ll match it.

Driving in and around Toulouse

Toulouse Airport – also known as Toulouse-Blagnac Airport – opens the door to a host of French experiences. From here, you’re just a stone’s throw from Toulouse, which is a couple of hours inland from the Mediterranean Sea and a short distance from the Pyrenees Mountains. It’s well connected to the rest of the country, too, so once you’ve driven around the nearby Pink City you can head out in your rental car to explore more of southern France.

From the airport, take the A621 southbound into the center of Toulouse. You’ll pass through the blushing pink suburbs of Blagnac and Ancely, arriving in the heart of the city after just 20 minutes.

Drive over one of the many bridges to admire the tree-lined Garonne River, and head to Place Saint-Étienne to see Toulouse’s majestic cathedral, Cathédrale Saint-Étienne, which merges Roman and Gothic styles. 

Follow the A61 southbound for an hour and a quarter to the historic town ofCarcassonne, where a medieval citadel sits on the hilltop, dominating the skyline.

Continue along the A61 for another two hours, through the regional natural park of Narbonne, and spend a couple of days next to the coast in Perpignan. You might like to stop in the park and stretch your legs along the fine sandy beaches or wander through the lush pine forests. Framed by the Pyrenees mountains, Perpignan is a vibrant destination with Spanish characteristics and a love of fiestas.    

In the opposite direction, the city of Bordeaux is two and a half hours away from Toulouse Airport via the A62. The capital of south-western France is an elegant city fondly known as ‘little Paris’ due to its impressive architecture.

The major routes in France are often tolled, so make sure you have some currency (Euros) with you. You must drive on the right-hand side, and keep your eye on signposts as speed limits vary. Generally, it’s 130km/h (80mph) in the dry on highways, and 50km/h (31mph) in urban areas.

A quick guide to Toulouse

Dusky pink spires and coral-colored shop fronts fill old town Toulouse, epitomizing the warm and sunny disposition of the city. From Toulouse Airport to The Pink City and the wider Haute-Garonne area, renting a car will enable you to make the most of your time in France.

Admire the architecture

In Toulouse, color isn’t the only stand-out feature of the city’s architecture. To the east of the main square you’ll find the majestic Capitole – Toulouse’s decorated city hall. This impressive neoclassical building is constructed from the town’s iconic pink brick, complete with bone-white columns.

Inside, you’ll find the late 19th-century Salle des Illustres, a grandiose domed hallway which was embellished by artists including Henri Martin. This is also home to Théâtre du Capitole, France’s most prestigious opera venue.

Stroll along the river and you’ll come to Toulouse Cathedral, or Cathédrale Saint-Étienne in French. Built in a Gothic style, this towering structure features ornate, stained-glass and rose-shaped windows. Step inside to see tapestries, paintings and an organ that emerges from the wall, 55 feet above the ground.

Blast into space

Since World War II, Toulouse has been at the heart of France’s aerospace industry. This region is known not just for developing aircraft, but also components for international space programs. Cité de l’espace, located just 20 minutes from Toulouse Airport on the outskirts of the city, brings this history to life.

Explore hands-on exhibits, including a moon-running simulator, as well as a planetarium and observatory. Test your tolerance for space travel in a rotating pod and visit the cinema where you can immerse yourself in a space mission. You’ll also see full-scale replicas of iconic spacecraft, including an Ariane 5 space rocket.

Step back in time in Perpignan

When you drive into Perpignan, you’ll see peach, tangerine and lemon-colored buildings lining the streets of this charming city. The area offers a unique blend of French and Spanish culture due to its close proximity to the border, and has a wealth of historical sights to explore, too.

Dating back to Roman times, today you can still see the 13th-century Citadelle, the 14th-century old town (vielle ville) and the 19th-century new town (ville nueve). The Mallorcan King’s Palace, which blends Romanesque and Gothic styles, takes up almost a full quarter of the old town. Make your way up to the top for views of the snow-topped Pyrenees.

Visit the historic Carcassonne

Straight out of the pages of a fairy tale, Carcassonne is a hilltop town believed to be the inspiration for Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty. This magical destination is just over an hour’s drive from Toulouse Airport along the A61, and is perfect for a romantic escape.

La Cité is the medieval heart of the town, situated on the banks of the River Aude. This is the second most visited tourist attraction in France after the Eiffel Tower, attracting millions of visitors every year. The walled area was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1997. Walk across the drawbridge and amble through the cobbled streets, gazing up at the 52 towers which surround you.