Nice views, historical center, typical french cafes all around. Quite a good spot to meet someone, les 3 gràces. Frequented by many people.
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Big square in central Montpellier. Easy walking distance of the station. Trams stop here. There is a theatre at one end and at the opposite end is Tourist Info and the entrance to the Polygone shopping centre. Also at this end of the square there...More
This is a must-see while in Montpellier. The park often hosts outdoor markets and special events and there is a tourist office on the plaza if you need maps or to purchase tickets to attractions. The carousel is reminiscent of Paris and if you need...More
RIght in the middle of Montpellier, you will likely pass through the Place de la Comedie at one time or another. Not really something to visit per se, you either walk through it or sit in one of the cafes and people watch. The statue...More
The Place de la Comedie is a must see in Montpellier since it's the center of activity with sidewalk/plaza dining and beautiful buildings surrounding the plaza. A night everything is lit up and quite nice.
This is a more traditional area of Montpellier, located next to a number of modern squares and buildings going down to the river. It has a range of restaurants along the border, and on one of a number of visits last week had some entertainment...More
This is a large square that hosts fountains, historic buildings surround it. One can walk around and enjoy people watching, there were small artisans selling products, as a small market. it was crowded and vibrant with plenty happening all around. The touristic train can be...More
This place (or city square) is one of the biggest in all of Europe and is absolutely beautiful. The trois graces statue out front of the opera house is very nice. This is a great place to visit at anytime of the day. It is...More