Here people crowd the street sto go shopping, to enjoy a beer in pub or stroll along laughing, joking or simply watching the world going by!
In Place de la Comédie is a market, next to which an office de tourisme gives maps and useful information on where to stay or go to!
In the same area are an english bookstore which has secondhand paperbacks and a grocery store in the Polygone shopping mall.
In Summer, along the Mediterranean beaches, ... More a medieval competition is organized. Participants fight with lances from boats: suggestive, but too crowded, indeed!
For all those who do not like places thronged with people there are more isolated beaches, at least in the early morning, along side the coast.
In Montpellier you will find interseting architecture from all periods of France's history . Sights include an 18th- century water tower, an aqueduct, narrow streets lined with tall narrow houses and a medieval-styled Ancien Courrier (where the shopping's great).
A famous, strong gay community live there, too!
Montpellier is an extremely good place where one day excursions can be enjoyed from!
Montpellie, founded between the 10th and the 12th century, is an extremely attractive, friendly city, whose own history and tradition are to be felt everywhere!
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