divieder-montpellierSeduced by Montpellier’s designer style and contemporary architectural works, the New York Timesnamed the city as one of the top 45 places to go in 2012 in January. The only one in France! City Hall designed by the most celebrated architect in France Jean Nouvel, Pierres Vives building from Zaha Hadid, and the 2 new tramway lines by Christian Lacroix… Some works to discover before everyone else!

Less than three hours from Barcelona and Italy, and just 11kilometers from the Mediterranean Sea in the heart of the Languedoc-Roussillon region in the South of France, Montpellier is the ideal holiday destination, a historic, effervescent city with attractions that rank among the most prestigious world heritage sites.

From its medieval narrow streets –a must for shopping!- to the new districts designed by the greatest architects of our time, get ready to fall in love!

International festivals, dance, music, world-class exhibition in Fabre Museum… a ton of events in Montpellier !

Alongside these great works and extraordinary events, Montpellier cultivates a taste for simplicity and pleasure; A bike ride to the nearby seaside, nose to the wind among vineyards and marshes; a fresh canoe jaunt along the Lez River, seeking the flora and fauna that embellish the banks of the Montpellier waterway; promenades along the green network and protected areas, observing on one hand this architecture that so many admire…

Montpellier Events


Montpellier Danse : 
24/06/2015 – 09/07/2015

Les Estivales : 
Every friday nights (summer)

Lesbian & Gay Pride : 

May 2016

Fête de la musique : 

Festival Radio France : 
10/07/2015 – 25/07/2015


A – Place de la Comédie
B – Jardin des plantes
C – Peyrou
D – Gare
E – Corum
F – Navette aéroport
G – Musée Fabre
H – Polygone
I – Piscine Olympique Antigone
J – Arrêt de tram Du-Guesclin
K – Médiathèque Fellini
L – Office du tourisme
M – Hotel Eurociel
N – Hotel Pullmann
O – Hotel Ibis
P – Hotel Mercure
Q – Hotel Comédie
R – Hotel Ibis Style