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    Privilège Hôtel Eurociel Centre Comédie
    Privilège Hôtel Eurociel Centre Comédie

     1 avenue du Pont Juvénal (angle avec 1 rue Cité Benoit)

    5.0 (30 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 152 EUR

    Pullman Montpellier Centre
    Pullman Montpellier Centre

     1 Rue Des Pertuisanes

    4.5 (1417 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 179 EUR

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    La Villa Nova
    La Villa Nova

     9 Rue Bornier

    4.5 (84 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 152 EUR

    Hôtel Oceania Le Métropole Montpellier
    Hôtel Oceania Le Métropole Montpellier

     3 rue Clos René

    4.5 (312 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 151 EUR

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    Privilège Hôtel & Apparts Eurociel Centre Comédie
    Privilège Hôtel & Apparts Eurociel Centre Comédie

     1 Avenue Du Pont Juvenal

    4.5 (984 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 101 EUR

    Hôtel des Arceaux
    Hôtel des Arceaux

     33-35 Boulevard Des Arceaux

    4.5 (299 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 94 EUR

    Odalys City Montpellier Les Occitanes
    Odalys City Montpellier Les Occitanes

     20 Rue de la République

    4.0 (228 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 102 EUR

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    Best Western Hotel Le Guilhem
    Best Western Hotel Le Guilhem

     18 Rue Jean Jacques Rousseau

    4.0 (385 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 108 EUR

    Citadines Antigone Montpellier
    Citadines Antigone Montpellier

     588 Boulevard d'Antigone

    4.0 (497 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 102 EUR

    Hotel Royal
    Hotel Royal

     8 Rue Maguelone

    4.0 (398 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 86 EUR

    Kyriad Montpellier Centre - Antigone
    Kyriad Montpellier Centre - Antigone

     890 Avenue Jean Mermoz

    4.0 (437 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 94 EUR

    Hotel Ulysse Montpellier Centre
    Hotel Ulysse Montpellier Centre

     338 Avenue de Saint-Maur

    4.0 (269 Reviews)

    Avg. price/night: 130 EUR

    What to See in Montpellier: 9 Most Important Places

    Montpellier is a constantly growing city, located in the south of France and with more than a million and a half inhabitants in all its metropolitan area, is one of the most populated cities in the country. It has also a very high touristic importance.

    Unlike other cities in France, Montpellier has a relatively recent history, as it was founded throughout the 8th century as a result of the area's strong commercial activity at the time. On the other hand, the city has one of the most reputed and ancient universities in the entire Gallic country.

    Currently Montpellier has an important tourist activity, promoted especially by important attractions, essential to visit.

    Explore the Alleys of Montpellier's Old Town

    It is one of the busiest areas of the city, its alleys full of beautiful corners, cafes or small shops with charm make the area one of the most interesting in the city.

    The Tower of Babote, Place of the Start of the Parachute

    The city of Montpellier was defended with 25 large towers in a wall that served as permanent watchpoints in order to avoid enemy invasions. Today, only one of these towers, known as Torre de Babote, remains on foot.

    The Tower was also used as an astronomical observatory in the 18th century and in 1783, Luis Sebastián Lenormand used it to jump from the top of the tower and demonstrate the usefulness of his invention, the parachute.

    Admire the Three Graces Monument

    One of Montpellier's best-known monuments is the fountain sculpted by Stephen Dantoine known as Las Trois Grâces. The neoclassical fountain was restored in 2003 and is one of the city's main attractions, especially at night, when it lights up in blue tones.

    Visit the Fabre Museum Badge

    In the historic centre of Montpellier you will find Fabre Museum, a large gallery and historical museum located on Place de la Comédie, one of the most central points of the city. The museum stands out for its permanent collections of painting between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries by painters such as Eugène Delacroix, Frédéric Bazille and Gustave Courbet.

    Appreciate the Splendid St. Peter's Cathedral

    This great Gothic building is one of the few that survived the religious wars and is currently one of the main tourist attractions of Montpellier, dating from the 14th century and was made in the Languedoc style, a fact that can be seen clearly in the rounded pillars of the portico.

    The Botanical Garden, Educational Tourism

    The Montpellier botanical garden is one of the largest and oldest in all of France. It was designed in order to serve for the teaching of doctors and apothecaries of the medical faculty, so the scientific function of the garden stands out above the artistic or landscape value, although it is considered one of the most beautiful spaces within of the city of Montpellier.

    Visit the Old San Clemente Aqueduct

    This large aqueduct of 800 meters in length, dates from the 17th century and today has remained in the city as one of its most recognizable and visible symbols, although in its day it served to supply water to the fountains and washrooms of Montpellier.

    Discover Montpellier's Excellent Faculty of Medicine

    The Montpellier Faculty of Medicine is of great importance in France, being considered one of the most prestigious faculties not only in Montpellier but in the whole of France.

    Cross the beautiful Arc de Triomphe de la Ciudad

    It was part of the great wall that protected the city in the past, is located at the entrance of the Royal Square of Peyrou and stands out for its great state of conservation.