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MONTPELLIER CENTRE - ANTIGONE

DISCOVER DIFFERENTLY THE CITY OF MONTPELLIER

You will discover many remarkable places like the Place de la Comédie, the gardens of Peyroux, the Aqueduc Saint Clément, the Jardin des Plantes, the Faculty of Medicine and the Cathedral St Pierre, the Fabre Museum or the mikvé.

Montpellier is an ideal starting point to visit listed sites in Languedoc-Roussillon such as the Camargue and the Cévennes.

Montpellier, the eighth largest city in France, capital of the Hérault department and the Languedoc-Roussillon region and a major tourist attraction on the Mediterranean coast, is characterised by a very sunny climate and finely sandy beaches. Its geographical location in the south of France makes the city an Italian-Spanish crossroads, giving it an abundance of air, road and rail transport (TGV).

Médiathèque centrale Emile Zola Montpellier
Piscine Olympique d'Antigone
Place de l'Europe
Place de l'Europe

MODERN CITY WITH AN AIR OF MEDIEVAL INTIMACY

Built on a hill, the city of Montpellier is characterized by streets of uneven altitude, the oldest part of which is built narrow and stone based, giving it an air of medieval intimacy, and contrasting with the modern side of today’s city known for hosting renowned cultural events (festivals, concerts, etc.).
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