Montpellier is a city in the central south of France, about 750 kilometers south of Paris and only 170 kilometers from Marseille. It is the capital of Herault department and of the bigger Languedoc-Roussillon region.
From the Montpellier Travel Guide
A great location, fair price, friendly staff, good wi-fi, and crisp white sheets made this an ideal place to use as a base in Montpellier. ... more
The hotel staff were very helpful and patient with my rusty French! It is in an odd location - it is as far from the Airport as Montpellier! However, as Monpellier has an excellent public transport system with a bus stop 2 minutes walk from the hotel. It was very clean and overall myself and my partner enjoyed our stay. ... more
My brother and I only stayed at Hotel Majestic for one night but we really liked it. The price was really good and the hotel was in a great location, two minutes walk from Place de la Comedie. The staff were very friendly and helped us out with all of our questions. I would stay there again if I was on a small budget. ... more
Hi! We are two girls from sweden who are going to Montpellier this autumn. You have any tipps? Like cafés, bars ore pubs...it's wellcome...ore are you going there we could meet there and have a nice time...btw...we don't have anywhere to stay yet...anny ideas? Peace ...
Finding somewhere to live Montpellier
I'm starting a stage in Montpellier next week and i'm looking for a room to rent in a shared flat. I have searched tne Internet to try and find some websites with accomodation in Montpellier but i've had no luck, i've looked on expatriates.com but they dont really have anything. I would like to have ...
travell between montpellier and prague
hey all, im just wondering if anyone has come accross any reali cheap way of getting from montpellier to the eastern side of europe, namely prague, busses and trains seems to be sky high! ...
Hi All Went for a trip to Montpellier on Saturday which involved a bus to Sete then a 15 train trip to Montpelllier. The city a beautiful with modern buildings as well as the classical ones. There was a book festival on called I think "Festival de Comedie" where you could buy a book from the author ...
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