Discovering the "gifted"
The capital of Languedoc Roussillon, right near the sea, is a favorite tourist destination, particularly appreciated for its balmy Mediterranean climate.Montpellier is served by direct flights twice a week with Transavia, starting December 19.The destination is also accessible every day from Rennes by regular flights via Paris CDG with Air France.
> Climate : Montpellier enjoys a Mediterranean climate. It is a very sunny city. Summers are very hot and winters are mild.
> Flight time: 1h25
> Distance: 666.60 km
> Tourist info : http://www.ot-montpellier.fr/en/
From December 19, 2020 to January 2, 2021.
This is a line operated all year round. Below are the flight frequencies announced*.
*The current health situation may force the airline to change its flight program.
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Montpellier, a City of Art and Culture
The city of Montpellier offers a wide range of monuments to visit, one of the richest collections of Fine Art in Europe (at the Fabre Museum), a concentration of events and entertainment, world-class festivals and unrivalled cuisine.
Montpellier hosts a rich historical heritage, museums, parks, and churches: a wealth of interest for the visitor eager to discover the architectural and cultural history of the Hérault and of the city.
Guided tours are organized through the very compact historical center (also known as the Ecusson or Escutcheon because of its shape), which means that visitors can easily explore the old town at leisure and wander through the narrow streets lined with little restaurants and cafés.
The Place of Comédie
The Fabre museum
The Cathédrale Saint-Pierre
The Place Saint- Anne