Hotel D'Aragon

10 Rue Baudin, Montpellier, Languedoc-Roussillon, 34000, France
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The menu May 2010 and pricesThe menu May 2010 and prices

A Pony RiderA Pony Rider

The fountain in Place de la ComédieThe fountain in Place de la Comédie

View on the EsplanadeView on the Esplanade

Forum Posts

beziers airport

by fiswe

hi. hubby and i are going to france in about 2 weeks time and will fly into beziers airport. can anyone tell me the best way to get from there to montpellier? thanks.

Re: beziers airport

by Beausoleil

If you have a car, take the A9 AutoRoute. Otherwise, check the airport web site for transportation options

You can find most world airports at this web site.

You can check highway options at viamichelin to get routes, toll costs, and print out a small map.

If you don't have a car, the train might be the easiest way.

Re: beziers airport

by Maja-to-3kids

The train would be the best. We have just come from France and made a lot of use of the local train services. Try to find ecxact times. Hope that helps.

Re: beziers airport

by cubsur

You can download and print the complete timetable for Beziers to Montpellier trains at:

Local TER trains take about 50 minutes; faster TGV, TEOZ etc 40 minutes but reservations needed.

TER = Transport Express Régional

Hope that helps.

Re: beziers airport

by fiswe

thanks for all your help. i guess we will use the train from agde to get to montpellier. the airport website has no information i can find about how to connect to other forms of transport but hopefully it will be clearer when we get there how to reach the train. is there a bus to the railway? or do we take a taxi? anyone know? thanks

Re: beziers airport

by AngLangS

Here's the address for the Airport shuttle info

It looks like you would actually be better off getting the bus to Beziers rather than Agde - it's little more than 20 minutes and only costs 3.10 euros.

(Just in case there's a probem with the link, the site has some useful info and a link to the timetable)

Re: beziers airport

by AngLangS

There's a bus from the airport to Beziers, takes about 20 minutes and costs 3.10 euros. Not sure if the bus stops at the railway station on the way to the coach station.

Address for the Airport shuttle

Alternatively take a taxi to Agde railway station - it costs about 30 euros (I think). The trains go thru Agde on the way to Montpellier

Just in case there's a probem with the link, try for some useful info and a link to the timetable)

Re: beziers airport

by AngLangS

Sorry, my first answer is incorrect - I am afraid I pasted the wrong info from my clipboard.

please disregard - the one about the taxi to Agde was intended for your question

Travel Tips for Montpellier

Experience the art of petanque

by Dee22

Montpellier is one of the major cities in the world when i comes to the french game petanque, and this is also the home of a big international tournament being played during a weekend in July every year.
The tournament that hosts some of the best teams including world champions is being played near the center of the city and whether you wanna play yourself or just look, you are in for a great experience here!
'Comedie de la Petanque' is the official name of the tournament due to the location near the 'Place de Comedie' in Montpellier.
The tournament is being played Thursday - Sunday, and offers four different tournaments including a special 'show'tournament' in a stadium featuring the best players in the world !
You are able to play both 'double' and 'triple' tournaments, but you need to have a players-license, and it's a good idea to be able to speak french with the inscription-people. If you wanna play you need to have your own 'boules' and of course a players-license. If you are just going to watch, a camera would be nice :0)

Walk Along the Esplanade Above the Comedie

by hquittner

Here there are fountains, kiosks serving gaulettes and crepes, a small carousel, pony rides and carriage drives. Ways for the pleasures of a Sunday morning and for more serious study there is the Fabre picture galleries immediately near by.


by bwk_michael

"About Montpellier"

Montpellier (Occitan Montpelhièr) is a city in the south of France. It is the capital of the Languedoc-Roussillon région, as well as the préfecture (administrative capital) of the Hérault département. The population of the city (commune) of Montpellier at the 1999 census was 225,300, whereas the whole metropolitan area (in French: aire urbaine) had a population of 459,916 in 1999. In February 2004, it was estimated that the population of the city of Montpellier had reached 244,700, an increase of 8.6% since 1999. In 2007, the estimated population of the metropolitan area was 531,000

"Main Sights"

The main focus point of the city is the Place de la Comédie.
The Musée Fabre

In the historic centre, a significant number of Hôtels can be found.

A fine botanical garden, the first in France, founded in 1593

The 14th century cathedral of Saint-Pierre.

The Porte du Peyrou, a triumphal arch

The Aqueduc Saint-Clément

The Antigone District and other housing projects have been designed by the architect Ricardo Bofill from Catalonia, Spain

A number of châteaux, so-called follies, built by wealthy merchants surround the city

"The Trainstation and Transport"

Montpellier is served by railway, including TGV trains. Montpellier's main railway station is St Roch.

The Montpellier-Méditerranée Airport is located in the area of Fréjorgues, in the town of Mauguio, southeast of Montpellier.

The TaM (Transports de l'agglomération de Montpellier) manages the city's public transportation, including its tramway network consisting of 2 lines and several parking facilities. Line 1 runs from Mosson in the west to Odysseum in the east. Line 2 runs from Jacou in the northeast to St. Jean-de-Vedas in the southwest. They intersect at Gare St. Roch station, Place de l'Europe and again in front of the Corum. Work on Line 3, which is planned to be in service by 2012, will start in the near future. This 22.4 km line will link Juvenac and Perols with a branch to Lattes and will serve 32 stations

OAD Bretagne cycletours 1994

by Jaco_Emmen

OAD Cycle Tours

With a group of 40 people we cycled around Bretagne, as there is no special place about Bretagne I will put some of the pictures I took inhere to give you an idea how things happened!


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 Hotel D'Aragon

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Address: 10 Rue Baudin, Montpellier, Languedoc-Roussillon, 34000, France