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We arrived in Montpellier from girona with bus and we were tired and first impression of the city was not the best one.
It seemed dirty and not organized at all.
But after a proper rest, we walked downtown and it was lovely.
Love this town, it is so perfectly French!! Its located in Southern France so it has a more tropical feel. Palm trees in the middle of a beautiful historic old town. Great food, plaza's,shopping and people!!
We just came from a 10 day trip for our anniversary in Europe. It was planned for over 6 months as we wanted it to be as close to being perfect as it could be. The one element we (though aware of) did not expect...More
Immediately on arrival to tourist office in place de la comodie I was pestered by young men who I took to be students collecting names on a petition, but were actually begging. During the day we encountered many unsavories with varying nos of dogs, often...More
From Place de la Comedie take the mini train shuttle it goes about every 45 mins. It is quite slow but not expensive 8 Euros I think. There are headsets with multi language translation kits. You get a feel for the layout of the city,...More
Visit the city at mid Sept 2013. The weather, climate and temp all in the nice vacation range. Not too hot , not to cold, no rain and pleasant evenings . Muse Fabre had a wonder exhibit of Signac thru September. Loved his work,,
We went to Montpellier for 5 days and wanted to share some ideas of things to do. Definitely spend hours meandering around the little streets in the old town, trying out cafes and restaurants along the way. Musee Fabre has an amazing collection, a great...More