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Trips to Montpellier

Montpellier is a fascinating medieval French city with a great commercial and university tradition. Plus, you have access to the Mediterranean Sea, what more could you ask for?
The city of Montpellier is home to one of the botanical gardens and one of the oldest universities in France. Due to its location in the south of the country, Montpellier is far from being your typical French medieval city. Here you can enjoy the remarkable Spanish influence of its architecture, taste fresh fish just brought from the Mediterranean and spend the day in a tourist complex located in any of the coastal villages located in the southern part.

We advise you to start your visit in the Comedy Square (Plaza de la Comedia), a large open space crowned by the spectacular Comedy Opera. Here you can enjoy some of the wonderful shows that take place throughout the year, or admire the beauty of this fantastic XNUMXth century building at night, when its monumental windows are illuminated in a brilliant purple light.

If you walk just a couple of blocks east of the historic center of Montpellier, you can discover one of the most recent areas: the district of Antigone. Developed between 1979 and 2000, this neighborhood was entirely designed by the famous Catalan architect Ricardo Bofill. The impressive neoclassical buildings of this neighborhood culminate in the amphitheater of Esplanade de l'Europe, which serves the bend of the river Lez. If you visit Montpellier in summer, take the opportunity to visit this esplanade on a Friday afternoon to enjoy a wine tasting.

Montpellier's rich artistic and cultural tradition has endowed this city with outstanding attractions and buildings of all kinds. He Botanical Garden, founded in 1593, it is the oldest in all of France, and even served as inspiration for the design of the Paris Garden of Plants. If you are interested in classical European art, we recommend that you visit the Fabre Museum, where you can enjoy a wide collection of paintings by the main French masters. You can't miss the Cathedral of Montpellier , inside which is a fantastic canvas by Sébastien Bourdon, one of the most important artists in the city.

Montpellier's unbeatable location allows you to visit places as interesting as Palavas-les-Flots, located just 20 minutes by car. This resort town is located on a long, narrow island just off the French coast. Once there, we recommend that you try local delicacies such as prawns or freshly caught cod.

It is very easy to find deals to travel to Montpellier, and there is an international airport just 8 kilometers east of the city. Once in Montpellier, you can get around using the city's extensive tram network, or even on foot. You will see how pleasant it is to walk through the streets of this city accompanied by the Mediterranean breeze.

Where to sleep in Montpellier

It won't be difficult to find the perfect hotel for you in Montpellier through the memarchodeviaje websites. And you have at your disposal about 100 hotels and other types of accommodation in this popular destination, so you can choose the one that best suits your budget.

Those who seek to stay in a place where elegance is breathed, will be interested to know that Montpellier is the perfect destination, since it has first-class establishments, such as Le Domaine de Verchant Relais & Châteaux, located at 1 Boulevard Philippe Lamour, or as Pullman Montpellier Center, which is located at 1 Rue Des Pertuisanes. Villa Nova and Les Terrasses de Castelnau are two other excellent options that you can consult through the different memarchodeviaje websites.


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