Explore Toulon in France with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.Activities in ToulonIndividual Sights in Toulon
Sight 1: Porte d'Italie
This article lists the historical monuments of the Var, France.For the historical monuments of the commune of Toulon, see the list of historical monuments of ToulonFor the historical monuments of the commune of Hyères, see the list of historical monuments of Hyères For the historical monuments of the commune of Fréjus, see the list of historical monuments of Fréjus
Sight 2: Cathédrale Sainte-Marie-de-la-Seds
Toulon Cathedral, also known as Sainte-Marie-Majeure, is a Catholic church located in Toulon, in the Var department of France. The cathedral is a national monument. Construction of the church began in the 11th century and finished in the 18th century. From the 5th century onwards, it was the seat of the Bishops of Toulon, and since 1957 has been the ecclesiastical seat of the Diocese of Fréjus-Toulon.
Sight 3: Église Saint-François-de-Paule
The Church of Saint-François-de-Paule is a Roman Catholic church in Toulon, France, erected in 1744. It is dedicated to Saint Francis of Paola, founder of the Minims. It is administered at the request of the bishop of the diocese of Fréjus-Toulon, Monsignor Rey, by the Missionaries of Divine Mercy, founded in 2005 by Father Fabrice Loiseau. Mass is celebrated in Latin, according to the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite.
Sight 4: Génie de la Navigation
The Genius of Navigation is a sculpture by the Toulon artist Louis-Joseph Daumas, erected in 1847 on the port of Toulon.
Sight 5: Musée national de la MarineBook Ticket*
The National Museum of the Navy of Toulon has been installed since 1981 next to the Tower of the Clock of the Arsenal, one of the few historical sites to have survived the Second World War.A true memory of the Toulon arsenal whose majestic monumental gate dated 1738, the museum has a collection of models of ships and galleys. The Toulon Marine Museum is part of the museums of Paris, Brest, Rochefort and Port-Louis of the National Marine Museum. Its existence is closely linked to the history of its port and its arsenal. It is accessed through the old gate dating from 1738.
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