Hotelience Grand Angle

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1149 rue de la Croix Verte, Montpellier, 34090, France
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Costs 36% less but rated 23% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families18
  • Couples18
  • Solo0
  • Business27

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Is Montpellier a "big city"? Is downtown really carfree?

by madgame

Ive read quite a bit about Montpellier and some people say its such a large city or at least a big city whereas other people say it's a fairly small place. Ive tried comparing it to the city where I live (100,000 habitants but the size of it is actually bigger)..this got me wondering..is Montpellier more of a big or a small city? I realize the answer to this question might be a bit difficult lol...

I also read that the use of cars was discouraged and that it was one of the few cities which are car-free, however Ive also read about traffic jams lol. I assume it is car-free in downtown? How much of Montpellier is car-free? this really got me curious, b/c if its car-free I would like it even more.

Re: Is Montpellier a "big city"? Is downtown really carfree?

by Sarastro

Automobiles are not allowed downtown Montpellier. All roads leading to the city center end in one of the many underground parking lots. The traffic, and it can be frustrating, is in the surrounding areas, particularly to the west.

Montpellier is a major city of the Languedoc area of France. I do not consider it a compelling tourist destination but as with most cities, there are indeed museums and shopping and "things to do".

As to the question of its size, any answer is totally subjective. It may be indeed large to some, and not so large to others. It is a growing urban area with an ever increasing business presence. For tourists, I believe there are really better places to spend precious vacation time, i.e. Avignon, Aix en Provence, Arles, or Uzes.

Re: Is Montpellier a "big city"? Is downtown really carfree?

by mpprh

Hi

Inner city is about 200,000. Adding the the suburbs takes it to 450,000.

The inner city is not 100% pedestrian, but it is difficult to negotiate and expensive to park.

There is a good public transport system : http://the-languedoc-page.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=839

Peter

Travel Tips for Montpellier

go to Aigues Mortes which is...

by GUYON

go to Aigues Mortes which is in the neighbor departement of Gard. The city was settled by Louis 9┬░ (the Saint) as a basis on the Mediterranea to go to the crusade. So he made built the rampart and its main defence : the Constance Tower.
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La Couvertoirade

by JLBG

La Couvertoirade is a place that was first fortified by the Templars order. Later, the king of France gave the stronghold to the Hospitallers order. A village began to build around the stronghold and city walls were built around the village for defense purpose. All this remains in very good condition and can be visited.

Due to its outstanding state of preservation, La Couvertoirade represents a real ''miniatures'' mediaeval village and the visitor will always be surprised, whatever his expectations, by these architectural and urban treasures found within.

The triump arch

by BurgerQueen

This triumphal arch was built in honour of Louis XIV in 1691 upon the site of Western city side medieval gate. Medallions depict important events during the king's reign. On the city side, you see the Canal du Midi connecting the Ocean and the Mediterranean and the revocation of the Edict of Nantes which outlawed Protestantism.

The salseros in Montpellier

by Bigjones

Apart from a couple of salsa places, we didn't visit much of the city unfortunately. But I loved the few things I saw and hope to go there again to see more. Great architecture, cool shops and nice atmosphere. A real pleasure to walk through the city under the sun !

"The salsa team !"

Here we are. The salseros having a drink on the main square in Montpellier.

From the left to the right : Alain, Bigjones, Stephane, Thierry, Julie and Pascal. Click on my nightlife tips to read the summary of our Montpellier nights ;-)

Tramway

by Bob_Shan

"Tramway 1"

Montpellier has probably the best Tramway in France. This blue line was named Tramway 1 after its launch in 2003. Another line is under construction now and will be put into use in the middle of 2005.

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