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Bordeaux City Sights Walking Tour
"Your 2-hour walking tour starts from the tourist office in central Bordeaux. The exact route may vary depending on the weather and number of people in the group but your guide will be sure to show you as many of the city’s highlights as possible.Walk to Monument aux Girondins a dramatic fountain statue commemorating the Girondists a group of political martyrs who were executed for their militant support during the French Revolution.Continue along the banks of the Garonne River to Place de la Bourse home to the stock exchange. This square was laid out in the 1700s by King Louis XV's architect Gabriel to act as a dramatic frame for an equestrian statue of the monarch.Make your way to Rue Sainte-Catherine the pedestrian street in the heart of the historical city center
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Montpellier Walking Tour: Medicine and University City
"Meet your guide next to the fountain of the Three Graces located on the main square of Montpellier called The Comedy Square for a 2 hours guided tour through this beautiful city. Here the visit starts with some historical facts about the city then the square and its evolution since its creation in the 18th century. Follow your guide through tiny but charming medieval s you will need good shoes to walk in.""""During this 2 hour guided tour meet your guide and explore the old city center of Montpellier. This regional capital is still the Middle Ages a very important place for studying. The city of Montpellier owns the oldest University of Medicine in Europe which is still active today. Stro
From EUR11.00
 
Montpellier City Card
"Purchase your Montpellier City Card 24h 48h or 72h and enjoy free entry or discounts for a wide range of local activities. Free public transportationPublic transport in Montpellier and suburbs Free AdmissionA guided tour of your choice among those pro contact the tourist Office  Serre Amazonienne (tropical greenhouse) and Zoological Park Old Montpellier Museum Pharmacie et Chapelle de la Miséricorde Faugergues caste gardens Montpellier Bowling complex In addition to the above mentioned FREE admissions the card also provides discounts or added value. You'll receive these great offers outlined below when you present the Montpellier City Card.Discount (up to 50%)Fabre Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole Museum Petit Train
From EUR15.00

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Cycling aournd Montpellier

This is a scheme allowing you to hire a bike to get around Montpellier, get some excercise and keep the pollution down. The picture gives you all the details you need to know as well as the prices by...
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Go by train

There are fast (TGV) direct train services to Montpellier from all over France and beyond (including Belgium, Switzerland and Italy). It takes just 7 hours from London with one change at Lille, which...
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The most beautiful trams

Moving around Montpellier is easy. The city is well served by two lines of tram.The trams are very pleasant, clean, comfortable (air conditioning in summertime and heating in winter), and offer an...
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ADA car hire

Avoid ADA car hire. I am British and was seriously ripped off. I rented a car for a weekend and handed it back in perfect condition. They claimed there was a dent on the back bumper - complete...
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To reach the area

To reach the area :1) Plane : you land at Montpellier. 2) Train : there are some TGV (Train ? Grande Vitesse) which link Paris to Montpellier. 3) Euroline : the coaches stop at Montpellier and at...
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TGV SNCF

One of the greatest way to go to Gruissan is via the TGV (the fastest train).You have to take the train from Paris-Gare de Lyon to Narbonne via Montpellier. The time from Paris to Montpellier (800km)...
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Walking around Montpellier

Montpellier is a small town and the best way to see it is on foot. There are many nice streets, quiet gardens & parks to see and most of these are located in or around the town centre. There is also a...
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Go to the beach

If you want to see the Mediterranean Sea, take the tram to station "Port Marianne" and take one of the busses down to the sea. To get back, you can take one of those busses again, but there is also a...
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Getting there?
Nothing more...

Getting there? Nothing more easy than the TGV, high speed train, that puts you right in the heart of the cityMontpellier has an excellent bus system and just while I was there they opened Tramway....
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By train or car

On footOn the picture is the Arc de Triomphe of Montpellier. Besides Paris and Montpellier there are more placand countries that have a gate like this. An example is the India Gate in Delhi.
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Better rent a car at ADA...

Better rent a car at ADA voitures(cheapest car rental there) so you can easily visit Palavas and other resorts by the sea.(pic: the center of the city in front of the municipal building)
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Top Hotels in Montpellier

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22 Blvd Victor Hugo, Montpellier, Languedoc-Roussillon, 34000, France
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1, rue des Pertuisanes, Montpellier, Languedoc-Roussillon, 34000, France
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8, rue Achille Bege, Montpellier, Languedoc-Roussillon, 34000, France
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Allee Jules Milhau, Immeuble Le Triangle, Montpellier, Languedoc-Roussillon, 34000, France
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Route des Marines, Le Grau Du Roi, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30240, France
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45 avenue du Piree, Montpellier, Languedoc-Roussillon, 34000, France
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Top Things to Do in Montpellier

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Promenade du Peyrou

The Promenade du Peyrou is located behind the Arch of Preyou. It is a large garden occupying one of the highest locations in Montpellier and thus has beautiful views over the city. Construction of the...
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Place de la Comedie

The Three Graces fountain stands outside the front of the Opera House on Place de la Comedie. It wasbuilt by sculptor Étienne d'Antoine in 1790. During our visit this fountain was surrounded by floral...
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Antigone

Antigone is an interesting area of Montpellier. Its unusual neoclassical architecture was designed by Spanish architect, Ricardo Bofill. Antigone is built on the grounds of the former Joffre Barracks....
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Arc de Triumph

The Porte de Peyrou is a large triumphal arch which leads to the Jardin de Peyrou. It was designed by François Dorbay and was completed in 1693. Its reliefs show four major events from the reign of...
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Old Town

One of the many pleasures of a visit to Montpellier is just to wander aimlessly around the old town enjoying its narrow, winding streets. cafe filled squares and beautiful old buildings. Montpellier...
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Aquaduct Saint-Clement

Behind the water tower of the Promenade du Peyrou stretches the seventeenth century Aquaduct Saint-Clément which stretches across Montpellier for 800m. At one time it was used to bring water to...
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"sandravdp's new Montpellier Page"
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