The city

Offical Agenda for Montpellier

You are just a few steps away from timeless MONTPELLIER (School of Medicine, Botanical Gardens, Saint Peter’s Cathedral) and modern Montpellier ( Place Albert 1 er tramway stop 150 metres away).

You can wander around in the narrow streets of the heart of the medieval city, discover a typical southern French market, have a drink or a meal on the terrace of a café or restaurant, or head for the beaches.

Where to Eat ?

  • Emapanadas Club – Trendy argentinian restaurant (15, rue de Ratte +33 (0) 9 83 29 85 12) www.empanadasclub.com
    Menu from 8€ (lunch) and around 12€ a la carte.
  • Le Bistrot de Bacchus – traditional and bistronomy (8, rue Marioge +33 (0) 9 50 08 00 54) www.bistrot-bacchus.com
    Booking is essential – A la carte around 35€.
  • La Sentinelle – french bistro (17, rue de la Cavalerie. +33 (0) 4 67 04 51 27 )
    Menu from 14€ (lunch) and 24€ (dinner).
  • Le Réfectoire – french modern (25, rue Hippolyte. +33 (0) 4 99 66 57 66 )
    Menu from 14.90€ (lunch) and around 35€ a la carte.
  • Les Bains de Montpellier – chic with patio (6, rue Richelieu +33 (0) 4 67 60 70 87 )
    Menu from 26.90€ (lunch) and around 40€ a la carte.

 

What to see ?

  • Le Musée Fabre re-opened at the beginning of 2007
    Saint Peter’s Cathedral
  • School of Medicine (oldest Faculty of Medicine in the western hemisphere – 1289)
  • Botanical Gardens (the first botanical gardens in France – 1593)
  • Lunaret Zoological Park (Admission to the parc is free of charge)
  • Amazonian Greenhouse
  • Montpellier Aquarium Mare Nostrum
  • Planetarium Galilée

 

 

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