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We wanted to see the river Lez so walked through the Polygone shopping centre and onwards down the Esplanade de Europe. It is a straight and level walk passed imposing buildings, statues, water features etc. There are lovely trees with bright autumn colours. Very impressive...More
This commences waterside with a range of restaurants, an extensive grassed area with curved apartment block, and then walkways past fountains and modern buildings up to the Antigone quarter and shopping centre. The perspective as you look through the arches demonstrates good modern development
Esplanade de l'Europe is a huge amphitheatre of buildings located just before the river Lez. If you are coming from Antigone, simply keep walking on the main street crossing the area, and you'll find yourself into the amphitheatre and in front of a good copy...More
This was our meeting place for the kick off to our wine tour. We got here early in case there was anything worth seeing. Wow. What a surprise. Along the banks of the river, it is a very picturesque setting with beautiful water fountains and...More
The whole city section and the new city center of Montpellier is a very interesting architectural creation, worthwhile visiting. The buildings, the garden that surround them are creating a special feeling.
I had a couple of hours spare so I walked in am easterly direction from the Place de la Comedie. The buildings are impressive! I spent time trying to spot the bicycles stuck to the walls... The buildings are well spaced out...Plenty of greenery and...More