The majority of Toulouse’s main attractions can be found in the area bordered by the River Garonne and the wide boulevards that encompass the old parts of the city. The historic district, Vieux Toulouse, is the heart of Toulouse and the starting point to navigating the Pink city. Place du Capitole, the bustling square and one of Toulouse’s most recognisable sights on market day, is at its epicentre. The small streets that lead out of the square are lined with cafes, townhouses and museums. St Sernin, a short stroll from the main square, is Toulouse’s Latin quarter. Bustling with bars, cafes and restaurants, this district serves the city’s raucous student population. Arnaud Bernard, to the north-west of the centre of Toulouse and bordered by the Canal du Midi, is another district popular with students due to its close-proximity to Toulouse’s university campus. Designer boutiques and lively bars are in abundance here. Finally, north from Place Wilson, is the Matabiau district. Located next to the main train station, the area has lots of shops and a multitude of different restaurants.