This sun-kissed university town is the capital of the region of Languedoc-Roussillon, one of the best wine-producing areas in France. And it's just 20 kilometres to the Mediterranean coast and kilometres of beaches. But before you drive to the ocean, be sure you take a stroll through the picturesque medieval Old Town and have a look at the impressive collection of paintings in the Musée Fabré. The new district of Antigone, built in the style of neo-classical monuments, will interest architecture fans. And those who wish to see the original Roman structures used as models can drive just 50 kilometres to Nîmes â€“ one of the best preserved Roman cities in France.
From the airport to Montpellier
Name: Montpellier Medieterranee Airport (MPL)
Location: 9.3 km south-east from the city centre
All information is subject to change.
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