This cosmopolitan, Mediterranean city boasts a brilliant history, reflected in its exceptionnally rich architecture. Also a university town, the beautiful, dynamic and sunny capital of the Languedoc is seductive indeed. Unforgettable!
11 AV ST LAFARE
Montpellier's famous four-star hotel.
Route du Pont du Gard
France's famous Roman aqueduct, a stunning day out
20 Rue de Verdun
Rock out at this legendary city center venue.
Montpellier has a long standing tradition of staging impressive artistic and cultural events throughout the year. It is therefore not so surprising that the city should be the host of one of Europe’s premier dance events. If you are ready to tap your feet to the beat, time your trip to Montpellier... Read more
For those of you thinking that French cuisine is all about fine wine and age old cooking traditions, think again. If you are on the lookout for gastronomic innovation, Montpellier’s Tamarillos is the restaurant to visit. The motto here is “fruit and flowers” as all dishes, whether it be sweet or... Read more
Although Montpellier boasts to be the most fast growing of the French cities, the wonderful things about the city is that it retains a great sense of history, with beautiful old architecture and infrastructure. With its origins in the early middle Ages, the city is steeped in landmarks which exude a... Read more