margareth700's Montpellier, France
Esplanade Charles de Gaulle
A huge red brick building at the end of the Esplanade Charles de Gaulle is an eyesore after the gran...
Aquadukt Saint Clement
Bd de Arceaux
This is a nice tranquil park just across the road from the Porte du Peyrou. Having sat in the shade ...
Jardin des Plantes
Blvd Henri IV, Quartier Montpellier Centre
A great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. So pleasant to walk through the ga...
Place Notre-Dame - Rue de l'Aiguillerie
This church was one of the stops for pilgrims on the way to Santiago de Compostela. Very difficult t...
6 bis rue Abbe-Marcel-Montels
The cathedral, tucked out of the way in the historic city center, is distinguished by its twin tower...
Place de la Comedie
One of the largest squares in Europe full of restaurants, bars and street entertainers. Definitely ...
Take a walk through the Polygone shopping centre through to the Antigone district for a refreshing c...
4 Place de la Comedie
Our first night in Montpellier and we were enchanted by Place de la Comedie with the pavement brasse...
Porte du Peyrou
A splendid arch at the end of Rue Foch, built in 1692, rather like the Arch de Triomphe in Paris. C...
1 rue des Pertuisanes
Walking through the Polygone shopping centre we came across this self-service restaurant and decided...